Actor Winston Duke may have been one of the highlights of Black Panther but now, it's his character with a formidable Nigerian accent that's stealing all the attention online. Welcome to the #M'BakuChallenge, a tribute of sorts to the Jabari tribe leader M'Baku, played by Duke in Black Panther. It's pretty simple: Twitter users have recreated the dialogue from M'Baku's introductory scene and have filmed their own versions. The results are surprisingly accurate and hilarious--but it's the kids that have taken the spotlight. SEE ALSO: 'Black Panther' was packed with amazing tech.
Avengers: Infinity War is such a tightly paced movie that it's hard to think about improvisation slipping through the cracks of Marvel's master plan. But the Russo brothers's director commentary on the Blu-ray edition of Infinity War (h/t Shadow and Act) reveals that one of the movie's coolest moments came completely unexpected. SEE ALSO: 'Avengers: Infinity War' breaks $2 billion at the box office The scene occurs at the beginning of the Battle of Wakanda, where the earthbound Avengers, the Wakandan army, and the Jabari tribe join forces to fight Thanos's army of space dogs (well, that's what Rocket likes to call them). As the armies prepare to take the fight to Thanos, Winston Duke's Chief M'Baku begins a familiar war chant -- the same heard in the first challenge and later battle against Killmonger in Black Panther. Chadwick Boseman's King T'Challa follows the Jabari chant up with his own and the battle begins with the now heavily meme-ified catchphrase "Wakanda forever!"
"Avengers: Infinity War" will unite the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe, and that includes Wakanda. The fictional African country will be well-represented in the 2018 Marvel flick. Several "Black Panther" characters are already confirmed to appear. Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) -- Well, obviously King T'Challa is going to be there. If there's a threat to the world, the newly crowned leader is going to fight back.