Wakanda Forever! 'Black Panther' has crossed the $1 Billion Box Office Mark

Kevin Feige is a huge fan of the Ryan Coogler, and has previously expressed his interested in working with the director again for a Black Panther sequel.

Disney's deal to buy 20th Century Fox is well under way, but for Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige, that doesn't mean it's time to start moving forward with Marvel's Merry Mutants.

"Nothing specific to reveal [about the sequel], other than to say we absolutely will do that", Feige told Entertainment Weekly.

While it seems to be too early to know the pool of contenders for next year's Oscars, Disney's plan to launch such a campaign for "Black Panther" shouldn't come as a surprise for fans. Marvel, we'll be waiting for the premiere date!

I think there's lots of potential.

Beyond that, there's still the question of just how big the Black Panther franchise could get within the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe. T'Challa returns home to take his place as king and earn the title of Black Panther through the country's traditional ceremonies. Black Panther has crossed the $ 930 million mark till now and by looking at its current performance in China, we are expecting it cross the $1 billion mark by tomorrow.

Black Panther is incredibly well casted, and it showcases the lovely scenery of Wakanda. "But I would watch a movie about [the Dora Milaje or Shuri]".

"Before, the average Korean's perception of black people was not very good, because we learned from our history books that they were slaves", one interviewee commented. "Frankly, as I've said before, finishing these first 22 movies is really all we're thinking about at this point". Likewise, the films rights to Namor have been in question, with Universal also holding rights to that character for a time.

She says the movie has made "a massive splash" because such a representation of powerful women is rarely seen. While The Avengers is still the highest-grossing superhero movie ever, Black Panther shows no signs of slowing down.

  • Marlene Weaver