Black Panther filming delivers $85m for Georgia

Calvin Saunders
February 9, 2018

The Disney movie, opening worldwide next week, tells the story of T'Challa, the newly crowned king of the fictional, technologically advanced African nation Wakanda, who is challenged from factions within his own country.

With the release of Marvel's Black Panther only a week away, Time Magazine has revealed that star Chadwick Boseman graces the cover of its new issue.

Director Ryan Coogler's spectacular new film (★★★★ out of four; rated PG-13; in theaters nationwide February 16) features the most high-profile black movie superhero yet, and also happens to be the best origin vehicle for the mighty Marvel brand since Guardians of the Galaxy. He recently appeared on British GQ's cover in am image that appears to be honoring the Black Panther Party.

Marvel's Black Panther will finally arrive in theaters next Friday and Titan Publishing will unveil the secrets on the highly-anticipated film when the behind-the-scenes book hits shelves just days later.

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Black Panther: The Official Movie Special will be released on February 20, 2018. Finally, a Black Panther icon logo stamped insole, and debossed tribal details come together to make this collection fit for any Wakandan hero.

The movie's megawatt casting, with stars like Chadwick Boseman, Lupita Nyong'o, Angela Bassett and Michael B. Jordan, and jaw-dropping special effects, are sure to deliver an unforgettable experience for superhero fans.

Backstory: T'Challa's nemesis, who, when exiled from Wakanda, became an American black-ops soldier whose mission is to overthrow the Wakandan king.

The Marvel comics universe delivered its latest offering to the big screen - "Black Panther" - and the reviews are as good as it gets.

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