Which is why we're rolling out obsessive coverage with Black Panther Week. It takes something extra to stand out in a Black Panther cast filled with achingly beautiful humans. Whatever it is, Winston Duke has got it. The actor behind M'Baku, leader of the movie's Jabari Tribe, steals just about every scene he appears in. Even his first scene, when he challenges T'Challa to ritual combat for Wakanda's throne... how many of you were quietly just cheering him on?
Just when you thought Thor: Ragnarok had the coolest cast ever, here comes the Black Panther team to show them how it's done. SEE ALSO: New'Black Panther' trailer has more Michael B. Jordan, god bless us all Chadwick Boseman and his co-stars have unveiled a series of beautiful character posters for Black Panther, each with a three-word tagline that elegantly sums up its subject's motivation. That's especially helpful since most of these characters are ones we haven't seen onscreen before. First, here's Boseman as T'Challa, the Black Panther and the recently crowned king of Wakanda. Apparently he is as awed by his costume as we are.
Much like the nation of Wakanda itself, Marvel's Black Panther has been under a thick shroud of secrecy. But with that release date inching ever closer, Black Panther is finally ready to open its doors. A whole host of new details have been unveiled. And, guys, it looks so worth the wait. SEE ALSO: The first'Black Panther' trailer is here and it's absolutely amazing Black Panther is the 18th installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but the franchise's first superhero movie with a black lead has a vibe all its own.
To some people, Black Panther is just a movie, but to so many viewers it is the first time they can see themselves or something resembling their heritage portrayed positively on a big screen. In honor of the fictional nation of Wakanda, an African country untouched by white colonialism, audiences dressed to impress and to make T'Challa proud.