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Check out the trailer for Black Panther on DVD and Blu-ray, along with additional details concerning the MCU movie's home release. Black Panther, the worldwide Marvel Cinematic Universe phenomenon, will be available soon on digital, Blu-ray and DVD. Marvel has just detailed the release specifications and special features that will be available for the home release. When it released in February, Black Panther literally took the world by storm, breaking box office records week after week, and will even be the first film to break Saudi Arabia's 35-year movie ban. This is the first film in eight years to spend a jaw-dropping five weeks at No. 1 at the box office. T'Challa is certainly king of the MCU, as Black Panther currently holds the highest-grossing solo superhero film of all time, and is the third-highest-grossing film of the MCU, after Avengers and Avengers: Age of Ultron. Fans and critics alike have been singing the praises of Wakanda, and with the forthcoming home release, that's not likely to stop any time soon. Wakanda forever, indeed. Related: Samuel L. Jackson: Black Panther May Not Change Hollywood Black Panther has a whole slew of special features that will detail a plethora of behind-the-scenes information for any curious fans. There's the classic Marvel gag reel, which always seem to prove that these films are as fun to make as they are to watch, as well as several deleted scenes and a director's commentary. These are obviously pretty standard for most home releases, but the Black Panther -exclusive pieces seem to be what will make this release worth owning. There's a piece titled "Crowning of a New King" which will delve into the world of Wakanda and Black Panther to explore the colors and complexities of this side of the MCU, as well as a piece about Wakanda's diverse people called "The Hidden Kingdom Revealed. Also, there's reportedly a sneak peek at Ant-Man & The Wasp, as well as a piece called "Marvel Studios the First Ten Years: Connecting the Universe" that will likely offer a pretty cool look at all of the films released so far and how they work together. But perhaps most exciting is "The Warrior's Within. which will explore the women of Wakanda and the powerful actresses that portray them. This will more than likely go into depth about the one of the more exciting aspects of the film, the all-female military regiment who serve as special forces for Wakanda known as the Dora Milaje. Ryan Coogler and Chadwick Boseman are both finally getting the accolades they deserve, as this might be the highest praised MCU film yet. But thankfully the ride doesn't stop here: the release of Black Panther comes merely a week and a half after the theatrical release of Avengers: Infinity War, which should come as a relief to fans who want to immerse themselves in the newest releases from the MCU. To think that we're on the brink of finishing a cinematic story about superheroes that's been unfolding for the past 10 years is pretty insane. Luckily, we're going back to Wakanda in Infinity War as Black Panther and the Avengers fight to protect the planet, and the universe, from Thanos. More: Every Marvel End-Credits Scene Explained Black Panther will be released digitally on May 8, and on Ultra 4K, Blu-ray and DVD on May 15. Key Release Dates Avengers: Infinity War / The Avengers 3 (2018) release date: Apr 27, 2018 Ant-Man & The Wasp (2018) release date: Jul 06, 2018 Captain Marvel (2019) release date: Mar 08, 2019 The Avengers 4 / Avengers: Endgame (2019) release date: Apr 26, 2019 Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) release date: Jul 02, 2019 Email Avengers: Endgame Has A Thanos CGI Mistake Even The Moviemakers Missed About The Author Pete Mercer is a movie snob who regularly contributes words about movies and TV to Screen Rant, and would absolutely love any in-depth discussion or argument about good or bad movies on the Twitter-sphere. He has also been featured in Paste Magazine and is a copywriter for several other companies, all the while trying to escape the restaurant industry. (Also, if youre currently looking for a writer, hes probably available and looking for work. His favorite filmmakers are Wes Anderson, Steven Spielberg, The Coen Brothers, Edgar Wright, Guillermo del Toro and Paul Thomas Anderson. His favorite film is Fargo, hands down. Also, he will defend Zack Snyders Batman v Superman until his dying breath. He studied Film & Video at Georgia State University, and lives in Atlanta, GA. Y'allywood forever. More About Pete Mercer.
Who could not keep his own fa da safe M'Baku to T'Challa. Photos Add Image Add an image Do you have any images for this title? Edit Storyline A look at Black Panther's debut in Civil War, the character's place in the Avengers, the costume, the character's grounded and relate-able origins, the character's journey between Civil War and this film, the character's comic origins, the film's driving story, and more. Plot Summary, Add Synopsis Details Release Date: 15 May 2018 (USA) See more » Company Credits Technical Specs See full technical specs » Did You Know? Connections Features Black Panther (2018) See more ».
Black Panther in Civil War > Black Panther in this. This fight was very disappointing honestly. They fell, traded like 4 blows, the train went by a few times. and thats it. Really wish the director focused more on the fight rather than the battle. Their first fight on the waterfall was so much better. This entire movie could have been avoided if someone had shown him a Rwandan genocide documentary.
Even if Killmomger succeeded in his plan, eventually the Avengers wouldve came and stop him. Black panther: I WON THE CHALLENGE Me: Dude you still have a hole in your chest Black panther: Eh Ill fix later. YouTube. Love how killmonger and tchalla have the same ideas but different methods. Kinda symbolic of Malcolm X and Martin Luther king as Malcolm used militaristic strategies and violence to gain civil rights and MLK used peaceful strategies as can be seen at the end of BP. Kinda interesting.
The fear that shuri shows in her eyes when he approaches her makes her seem so vulnerable. Letitia is amazing. Killmongers chest looks like the times i get goose bumps.
Omg coming from “us” I cant love this movie more