Confirmed Cast of Marvel’s Black Panther: More Than Beautiful


Ladies and gentlemen, the confirmed cast of Black Panther.

Marvel’s much-anticipated superhero film Black Panther is slated for release next year, and fans can hardly contain their excitement. Moviegoers need something new, something fresh to watch, and it’s not the Avengers or anything that has to do with the X-Men. We’re tired of that.

In the coming days, fans will troop to the cinema halls for Wonder Woman and Justice League. Our piggy banks are getting full. We want to savor the anticipation for the two upcoming superhero flicks from the DC Extended Universe.

About Black Panther, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has just announced the confirmed cast for the film, as what you can see in the photo. Chadwick Boseman, who played baseball icon Jackie Robinson in the 2013 film 42, takes the lead role of the titular character. Michael B. Jordan, who played the black Johnny Storm in the ill-fated 2015 Fantastic Four, plays the antagonist. Andy Serkis (The Lord of The Rings trilogy), Forest Whitaker (The Last King of Scotland, Zulu, and Taken 3), and Lupita Nyong’o (12 Years a Slave) are among the confirmed cast.

It’s one of the best castings in a superhero film if you ask me. Perhaps second to the Justice League, but nonetheless beautiful… more than beautiful. It’s a description that entered my mind every time I look at the picture, and I can’t be wrong. It’s aesthetically relieving too.

I don’t know if Black Panther is the second superhero film to feature an African-American playing the lead role. If I’m not mistaken, the 1997 supernatural superhero film Spawn was the first. It has been a longtime coming. The standalone Cyborg film of the DC extended universe features an African-American in the lead role, and is expected to be shown on theaters in 2020.

Too bad Denzel Washington, Morgan Freeman, Orlando Jones, and Tyler Perry are never considered for a role in Black Panther or any superhero film. But they’re bigger than superheroes anyway. Of Samuel L. Jackson, he’s got the Avengers.

I can’t wait to watch Black Panther next year. I can’t afford to miss it. But first, I need to watch Wonder Woman and Justice League. Because of Gal Gadot. That’s why.

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SAN DIEGO, CA – JULY 23: Actress Gal Gadot from the 2017 feature film Wonder Woman signs autographs for fans in DC’s 2016 San Diego Comic-Con booth at San Diego Convention Center on July 23, 2016 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Charley Gallay/Getty Images for DC Entertainment)


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