Ryan Coogler may be trying to get Donald Glover and Michael B. Jordan to join ‘Black Panther 2.’
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The Black Panther mania lives on. After Marvel's latest film overthrew Titantic's longstanding record of being the third highest grossing domestic film of all time, the comic book giant announced Black Panther will be available for viewers to watch at home next month.
But buyers won't just get the film to enjoy in the comfort of their home. There will also be a bunch of new content included like a director's intro and commentary from Ryan Coogler, a roundtable discussion on creating the film, a featurette on the women of Wakanda, a breakdown of the technology in the film, a discussion on Marvel Studios' first 10 years called “Connecting the Universe,” and some Wakanda tourism ads.
Those who buy the new release will also receive deleted scenes titled “U.N. Meet and Greet,” “Okoye and W'Kabi Discuss the Future of Wakanda,” “T'Challa Remembers His Father,” and “Voices from the Past.” There will also be a gag reel that's bound to be hilarious along with a sneak peek at Ant-Man and The Wasp, scheduled to hit theaters July 6. Buyers can also indulge in retailer exclusives like Best Buy's steel-book case, Target's filmmaker edition, or Walmart's exclusive trading cards. But what we really need is more clips of Letitia Wright and Lupita Nyong'o dropping bars.
Black Panther will be available digitally on May 8 while the physical versions will be available May 15.
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Late Thursday night, NBC did that thing they always do where they have the current week’s host and musical guest stand in front of a camera with an SNL cast member. Much like Cardi and Chadwick's presence on this weekend's new episode makes it watchable, so too does their presence in this batch of promos. See for yourself below:
Cardi's expertly timed SNL appearance arrives amid Invasion of Privacy mania. The album, Cardi's studio debut, dropped Friday and will undoubtedly open at the top of the Billboard 200. The record avoids the arguably overpacked vibes of recent high-profile releases by keeping the experience at a concise 13 tracks. Migos, Chance the Rapper, SZA, 21 Savage, and J Balvin are among the features.
Boseman is fresh off the massive success of Black Panther, which just last month was designated the most tweeted about movie in history. Thankfully, Ryan Coogler's Marvel smash will soon kick Titanic out of the coveted Top 3 Biggest Movies Ever club. As of Tuesday, the film had bagged just over $650 million in the U.S. and was less than $7 million away from taking the No. 3 spot from the—let's face it—extremely overrated James Cameron ship-sinking romp.
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Marvel and Disney's Black Panther continues its reign as a box office superhero. The film is high on a record-breaking streak, and it’s just made history again. Its $652.5 million domestic box office total reported on Tuesday officially beats out Jurassic World's $652.3 million earned in 2015. That makes Black Panther the No. 4 movie ever in the U.S.
And in a mere $6.8 million, Ryan Coogler's MCU-redefining film will pass 1997's Titanic to give us a new No. 3. (It could happen as early as Thursday or Friday, although Forbes' estimate isweekend's end if not very early next week.)
Once Black Panther passes James Cameron's nautical 11-time Oscar-winner, it will need to rally another $100 million to hit Avatar's $760.5 mill. At the top of the heap is Star Wars: The Force Awakens, dropped in December 2015 and outperformed all of American movie history to the tune of $936.6 million.
Globally, Black Panther lapped Frozen’s $1.276 billion, entering the top 10 movies of all time with a total gross of $1.279 billion to date. The top five international markets for the Wakanda-set flick have been China, the U.K., South Korea, Brazil, and France.
It's already been a couple weeks, though, since Black Panther became the highest grossing solo superhero movie.
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Black Panther composer Ludwig Göransson has signed on to score Venom starring Tom Hardy, another highly-anticipated comic book adaptation for the silver screen, according to an exclusive report by Deadline.
While it will not be an extension of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Sony's origin story about the popular Spider-Man antagonist still has tons of fans eager for an edgier adaptation of the iconic villain than the abysmal version played by Topher Grace in 2007's Spider-Man III.
This will not be the first time that Göransson has worked on a film with director Ruben Fleischer. The pair also appeared in the same credits for the 2011 comedy 30 Minutes or Less. Other notable movies composed by Göransson include two of Ryan Coogler's other projects, Creed and Fruitvale Station, as well as hit television series like Community and New Girl.
Of his work on Black Panther, Göransson told Hollywood Reporter's Heat Vision, “I was incredibly excited as it was a dream of mine to score a superhero movie. I also felt incredible pressure to pay homage to African culture and its traditional music. It’s not lost on me that I’m a Swedish guy from one of the coldest countries in the world.”
Along with contributing to his fair share of successful movie scores, the Swedish producer and composer has also worked alongside the multi-talented Donald Glover as the producer for his Childish Gambino albums. In fact, the two are reportedly currently working together on the next (and apparently the last) Gambino project.
Filmgoers will be able to listen to Göransson's latest work on Venom when the supervillain flick finally hits theaters on October 5.
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Following his success with Fruitvale Station and Creed, writer/director Ryan Coogler has elevated himself with Black Panther to be one of the greatest working American directors of our time, nipping at the heels of Christopher Ryan and Steven Spielberg