Chadwick Boseman at the Black Panther premiere in Los Angeles in The Black Panther 2 is not yet scheduled for release, but will likely emerge in late. Black Panther 2 ein Film von Ryan Coogler. Inhaltsangabe: Fortsetzung zum Marvel-Megahit „Black Panther“. Details zum Inhalt gibt es noch keine, für den. wurde nun auf der Disney-Messe D23 doch noch mit einem Release-Datum bedacht: „Black Panther 2“ wird in den Vereinigten Staaten am 6.
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In September , Marvel chairman and CEO Avi Arad announced Black Panther as one of ten films being developed by the new Marvel Studios. So I'm not going to say for sure that we're going to hire from any one demographic".
He added that they had met with former Black Panther comics writer Reginald Hudlin. By May , Marvel had discussions with Ava DuVernay to work on either Black Panther or Captain Marvel as director.
Gary Gray and Ryan Coogler had been considered as directors for the film,   though negotiations with Coogler had cooled,  and Gray had chosen to direct The Fate of the Furious instead.
Coogler was confirmed as director in January ,  and said that the film was his "most personal movie to date" in part because he grew up reading comics,   adding, "I feel really fortunate to be able to work on something I'm this passionate about again.
This included Fruitvale Station cinematographer Rachel Morrison ,  as well as production designer Hannah Beachler and composer Ludwig Göransson , who both worked with Coogler on Fruitvale Station and Creed.
In April , Feige said that Coogler was working on the script with Cole, and that filming would begin at the beginning of Jordan joined in an undisclosed role, after previously working with Coogler on Fruitvale Station and Creed.
At San Diego Comic-Con , Nyong'o was confirmed for the film, in the role of Nakia , while Jordan's role was revealed to be Erik Killmonger.
Also announced was Danai Gurira as Okoye. Coogler confirmed that filming would begin in January Brown as N'Jobu;  and Letitia Wright in an unspecified role.
The setting was chosen due to Coogler growing up in that area. The production team was inspired by Ta-Nehisi Coates ' run on Black Panther , who was writing the comic at the same time as they were working on the film.
Of particular inspiration was Coates' poetic dialogue, Brian Stelfreeze 's art, and "some of the questions that it's asking". Characters for the film were picked from throughout the comics based on what worked for the film's story.
Feige described Black Panther as "a big geopolitical action adventure" that focuses on family and T'Challa learning to be king,  with Civil War laying the groundwork for T'Challa's morality and establishing the geopolitical landscape that he would have to deal with on returning to Wakanda.
He also watched the film A Prophet for inspiration. Coogler tried to incorporate Xhosa "in natural and authentic situations", such as when multiple Wakandans were speaking in the presence of nonnatives and wanted to say something they would not understand.
John Kani's son Atandwa served as a dialect coach on the film along with his father. Cole called the film an historic opportunity to depict a black superhero "at a time when African-Americans are affirming their identities while dealing with vilification and dehumanization".
It was important to root the film in the actual cultures of Africa, with the filmmakers consulting with experts on the region of Africa that Wakanda is supposed to be located in,  rooting the film "in reality first and then build[ing] out from there".
Special care was taken to create a futuristic look that was not alien,  as some of Jack Kirby's original comic designs appeared.
Beachler wanted to honor the comic designs, but fill in the gaps with research concentrated on Sub-Saharan Africa , pulling inspiration from Uganda , Rwanda , Burundi , Congo-Kinshasa , Ethiopia ,  as well as the designs of Zaha Hadid ,  and the pre-colonization architecture of the historic Mali Empire and the city of Timbuktu.
Older locations depicted in the film, such as Warrior Falls, the City of the Dead, and the Hall of Kings, were juxtaposed with the more modern Afro-punk style of the Golden City, the capital.
Beachler created different sigils and architecture for each of the Wakandan tribes, with the Border Tribe inspired by Lesotho , the Merchant Tribe having a sigil based on Nigerian writing, and the Golden Tribe using a sun symbol found throughout Africa.
Gorilla City, home to the Jabari Tribe, was originally set in a rain forest, but Coogler suggested that it be found up a mountain in snow.
She consulted with mining and metallurgy experts for the vibranium technology,  : 15 including for the vibranium mine where the substance is depicted as glowing blue rocks before it is refined into the stainless steel look previously seen in the MCU.
The film also adapts the kimoyo bead technology from the comics, and features sand-based technology. Beachler wanted futuristic elements of the film to be consistent with projections of what real world technology may be like in 25 or 30 years, such as the maglev and hovercraft technology used in vehicles.
The Wakandan vehicles include a maglev train for carrying vibranium; the king's Royal Talon Fighter, which looks like a mask from the top and bottom; and the Dragon Flyer, inspired by the Congo peafowl.
The majority of Beachler's sets were constructed on sound stages in Atlanta, including the Tribal Council, Shuri's design space, and the Hall of Kings.
The Tribal Council set was built with a glass floor through which an old ruin can be seen. The exterior set for Warrior Falls was built on a backlot north of Atlanta, and was inspired by the Oribi Gorge.
A framework for the cliffs was hand-sculpted from industrial styrofoam, with a system of tunnels built-in to the design to allow extras to climb up to different areas of the cliffs.
The pool was filled using six large pumps, so as to create a waterfall above the ledge at the bottom. The base of the pool was made from padding so stunts could safely be carried out on the set, but designed to look like rocks and to have enough grip that the actors would not fall over in the water.
The set was completed in four months, and was used for two weeks of filming. Costume designer Ruth E. Carter referenced the Maasai , Himba , Dogon , Basotho , Tuareg , Turkana , Xhosa , Zulu , Suri and Dinka people in her designs.
The Dora Milaje costumes primarily used red to reflect different African cultures, and included beaded tabards that feature talismans that would be passed down from mother to daughter.
Carter wanted to avoid the "girls in the bathing suits" look, and instead have the Dora Milaje wear full armor that they would practically need for battle.
She also had to take actors' stunt work into consideration. The arm band and neck rings were a reference to the Southern Ndebele people and denote stature.
As such, General Okoye has gold bands and rings while the other Dora Milaje wear silver. The costumes for T'Challa combined his role as king and as the head of the military, including combining a kente cloth cloak with military boots.
The Wakandans wear "normal" clothes outside of the country, with the colors of their costumes kept consistent.
Hair department head Camille Friend referenced traditional African art, fabrics, hair, and textures, and the current-day natural hair movement in her designs.
Friend strived to keep the actors' hair natural, using "braids, locs and twists", and when necessary, extensions and wigs.
As with Carter, Friend designed each tribe to have their own identifiable aesthetic, such as the Jabari Tribe having hair styled with "very straight, clean lines" and war-paint detail, inspired by Senegalese warriors.
She wanted to "push" that language and feature more contrast in color. Visual effects supervisor Geoff Baumann provided Morrison with before-and-after shots of scenes from Civil War so she could understand what elements are captured on set and what is created digitally.
Morrison said that lighting was her biggest challenge, the magnitude of which "was much bigger than I'd experienced before", and made extensive use of Arri SkyPanel LED light fixtures, which she could preprogram from an iPad.
Some sets were completely surrounded by SkyPanels. Shortly after filming started, Atandwa Kani stated that he would appear in the film alongside his father, the latter reprising the role of T'Chaka,  while on-set photographs revealed that Martin Freeman would reprise his role as Everett K.
Dialect coach Beth McGuire worked to ensure there was continuity between the various actors who had to use "Wakandan accents".
He felt that this aided his performance, since his character is separate from and in conflict with the other characters. Because of this, Jordan kept to himself while he was on set.
Additional filming took place in South Korea,  with the city of Busan serving as the setting of a car chase scene that involved cars and over people.
Black Panther was edited by Michael Shawver and Debbie Berman , with Shawver spending time on set during filming as well as at an editing suite near the Atlanta production base.
For instance, Shawver felt that initial versions of the first Warrior Falls fight fell "flat" and used techniques he learned working with Coogler on Creed to have the editing move back-and-forth to mimic the back-and-forth of the fighters.
He also felt that adding more reaction shots to the crowd during the fight gave more weight to T'Challa's victory at the end. Coogler agreed, and subsequently added female Jabari fighters to the scene through additional photography, including the first onscreen Jabari fighter in the scene.
Berman felt that this was an important change that would not have been made if only men were editing the film. As first hinted by Coogler in January ,  the film includes two post-credit scenes : one showing T'Challa address the United Nations; and one featuring Sebastian Stan reprising his role as Bucky Barnes.
Coogler felt having this symmetry was important. His intention with the scene was to inspire the audience by making T'Challa seem like a real person in a familiar, real-world environment, similar to how Tony Stark was treated in Iron Man He did not feel the character fit in the body of the film, but felt that an end-credits scene was appropriate.
Comparing Black Panther to other MCU films, Baumann noted that the visual effects department often have free rein when creating otherworldly science fiction designs, but had to be more specific with this film due to the need to be authentic to African culture and geography.
For the Warrior Falls environment, the amphitheater-like cliff walls had to be populated with digital spectators that could not simply be copy-and-pasted around the set due to the precise costume designs created by Carter for each tribe and character.
Instead, the visual effects department had to work with the costumers to individually model each digital extra for the sequence.
Additionally, visual effects were also used to adjust the opening sequence after test audiences were confusing the characters of T'Chaka and T'Challa, both dressed as the Black Panther.
Artists digitally added some grey to T'Chaka's beard and gold trimmings to his suit to help differentiate the characters.
ILM was primarily responsible for creating the digital urban environments of Wakanda. ILM VFX supervisor Craig Hammack compared this work to his time on Tomorrowland , but noted the additional challenge of not just building a futuristic city, but also one that was culturally appropriate.
He explained that African culture has a "certain amount of earthy material qualities that make things difficult to design as a futuristic city," which would typically use much steel and glass.
ILM looked to real life examples that blend modern architecture with natural environments like One Central Park in Sydney and The Pearl of Africa Hotel in Kampala , but also had to "depart from a strict understanding of physics and go into a movie cheat world" at times to produce the desired look.
Hammack was also inspired by the architecture of Uganda, where he spent time while aerial footage for the film was being shot.
Other things that ILM worked on during the production included set extensions and blue-screen replacements for interior sets, and the first rhinoceros shown in the film.
For T'Challa's ancestral plane scenes, ILM replaced the basic set that was used with a full CG environment including an acacia tree and animated panthers.
The sky was based on the Northern Lights , with this first designed for nighttime scenes before being replicated for daytime scenes in which the animators had to work hard to keep the effects visible.
ILM also added additional sand for the burial sequences so Boseman could breathe during filming, and additional flames when Killmonger burns the heart-shaped herb.
Method Studios created many of the natural environments of Wakanda. Method was also responsible for creating Black Panther's and Killmonger's digital suits, including developing the look of the nanotechnology they use.
They created many of the film's digital characters, vehicles, and weapons, with some of those digital creatures being rhinoceroses for the final battle, a sequence that Method did the majority of the work for.
Because these rhinoceroses did not have to be seen on screen with the one designed by ILM, only basic structures, scale, and details of the character models had to be shared between the two companies.
Much of the work for the final fight included crowd simulation, with Method working alongside the stunt coordinators in motion capture sessions to give each fighter a unique style.
In addition to randomizing the height and weight of each digital fighter, the models had to incorporate specific design elements from the costumers.
Method also worked on the vibranium mine and Shuri's laboratory, including animating the gadgets seen in the latter. Luma Pictures worked on the Busan car chase sequence, digitally creating the cars featured in the sequence based on CAD models and on-set reference.
Multiple digital versions of the same car were created, so the production could have the actual cars crash and do various stunts with them, with Luma then inserting the digital versions to augment these moments.
Luma also created the sonic forces from Klaue's cannon, while Scanline VFX worked on digitally removing Serkis' left arm for the London museum heist sequence.
Their designs for the vibranium sand were based on research being done with ultrasonic transducers for the purpose of mid-air haptics and acoustic levitation.
They integrated this research into the kimoyo beads worn by Wakandans and as a working interface on the royal talon fighter.
Perception also created the traditional displays on the talon fighter and in Shuri's lab. For the talon fighter, the company "experimented with parallax, depth, and volume in the information being displayed, as well as developing a unique color palette to brand the Wakandan tech".
In Shuri's lab, Perception adjusted the hues on the wall to match her attire, and for her healing room "proposed that the hexagonal pattern seen on the wall actually reveal itself to be articulating panels" that "pulse and ripple".
The company also created the function of Black Panther's suit with nano technology and "layering the suit with different patterns as well as adding 'sub-dermal' luminescent tattoos", the virtual car chase with Shuri and T'Challa, and designed the opening prologue, with the final version created by Storm VFX.
Perception also created the main-on-end title sequence. After reading the script, composer Ludwig Göransson decided to go to Africa to do research for the film.
Kendrick Lamar produced the film's curated soundtrack, Black Panther: The Album , along with Top Dawg Entertainment founder Anthony Tiffith, after Coogler wanted to include original songs from Lamar in the film because his "artistic themes align with those we explore in the film".
Göransson worked with several other artists to create the remixes. Marvel debuted early footage and concept art from the film at a press event in April Kyle Buchanan at Vulture.
If this is what the future of superhero movies looks like, deal me in. Costumes from the film were on display at D23 Expo and the San Diego Comic-Con,   with Coogler, Boseman, and other members of the cast presenting exclusive footage of the film at the latter event, to a standing ovation from the audience.
Dave Trumbore for Collider praised the trailer for showing an "unmistakable sense of style" unique to the character,  while BamSmackPow's Brendan Day felt the trailer "does everything right".
Overall, Black Panther had the most expansive advertising budget and biggest line of merchandise of any Marvel non-sequel.
This was the same for Asian territories. A Wakanda exhibit was featured in malls in seven Chinese cities, along with displays showing Black Panther with other MCU characters.
A special trailer created for China had Boseman explain the character's connection to other MCU films. Weibo attended the Los Angeles premiere to take pictures and videos with the cast and crew in real time for China, the first time the company has partnered with a foreign studio for this type of engagement.
Black Panther had its world premiere at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on January 29, In addition, Black Panther was the first MCU film to be converted to ScreenX, a degree wraparound format, that played in over locations in eight countries.
When Black Panther premiered in Riyadh , Saudi Arabia on April 18, , it was the first public film viewing after a nearlyyear-old ban on cinemas was rescinded in December The premiere took place in a cinema owned by AMC Theatres in the King Abdullah Financial District of Riyadh.
Awwad Alawwad , Saudi Arabia's Minister of Culture and Information, and Adam Aron , CEO of AMC Entertainment, were in attendance for the premiere along with other diplomats and industry experts; no one from the cast or production team was in attendance.
Black Panther returned to AMC Theatres in the United States from February 1 until February 7, , for free, with two showings of the film occurring at each theater for the week.
The week-long return was in honor of the start of Black History Month and the film winning two Screen Actors Guild Awards and earning an Academy Award Best Picture nomination.
Black Panther was released for digital download by Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment on May 8, , and on Ultra HD Blu-ray , Blu-ray , and DVD on May 15, The digital and Blu-ray releases included several bonus features: behind-the-scenes featurettes, audio commentary, deleted scenes, a blooper reel, an exclusive look at Ant-Man and the Wasp , and a featurette on the first ten years of the MCU.
On November 29, , Marvel changed the studio's production logo animation in the opening of the film to include images of Boseman from the film, as well as his appearances in Captain America: Civil War , Avengers: Infinity War , and Avengers: Endgame.
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A former Black Panther who has been in prison for almost half a century has finally won his decades-long battle for freedom after a New York parole board ordered his release.
Jalil Muntaqim, AKA Anthony Bottom, has been in unbroken custody for more than 49 years having been arrested and later convicted of the murders of two police officers in Harlem.
Under the terms of his parole he must be released from the maximum-security Sullivan correctional facility in upstate New York by 20 October.
The Hollywood Reporter has suggested that Narcos: Mexico star Tenoch Huerta may join the cast. Of course, the sequel cast will depend on the script -- when it takes place, which characters are spotlighted and more.
News will surely trickle out as the filming schedule gets closer. But Feige said the second film would continue to explore the characters introduced in the first, so expect to see familiar faces.
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Expand the sub menu More Coverage. Expand the sub menu More Variety. Switch edition between U. Be that as it may, we are eager to discover what else Wakanda can offer us, this African nation that was not freed from colonialism and was able to become one of the richest and most technologically advanced nations on the planet.
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The audience will expect to release a new sequel of the series as early as possible. Black Panther,released on February 16, , in the United States.
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