For those who’ve spent any time on the web during the last week you may know that Marvel’s Black Panther has had what can solely be described as a sensational reception. Critiques for the superhero flick have been overwhelmingly constructive and, based mostly on early figures, it is on observe to be one in all Marvel and Disney’s most successful movies yet.
In our Black Panther review Michael Rougeau mentioned it’s “a prime tier Marvel film with all of the humor, type, motion, ardour, and enjoyable that the MCU has come to embody.” To not point out “a cultural occasion that is going to be laborious for Marvel to prime.”
We have been fascinated about the place the Marvel Cinematic Universe goes from right here, and whereas we are able to solely take guesses at how the story performs out, we’re assured that Marvel goes to vary the way in which they make movies. The success of Black Panther, which feels completely different to earlier entries within the MCU, may function a brand new template for Marvel’s films, very like 2008’s Iron Man established the framework for a lot of the movies up till now.
That is the argument that Tamoor makes within the video above, the place he talks by how he feels fundamental character T’Challa is completely different from different heroes like Tony Stark, Steve Rogers, and Stephen Unusual, and what makes his first standalone movie distinctive from a characterization perspective. On prime of that, he discusses why, alongside Thor: Ragnarok, Marvel is beginning to lean in the direction of creating movies with a novel identification, as a substitute of a bunch of flicks that really feel uniform.
In associated information, Chris Evans, who performs Captain America within the MCU, has indicated standalone Black Widow film starring Scarlett Johansson is in the works. Previous to this, it was reported that author Jac Schaeffer had been employed to pen the script. Nonetheless, as of but, there has not been official affirmation from Disney or Marvel.