Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther: Wakanda Forever takes on the difficult task of mourning the franchise’s star, driving the Black Panther arc forward, and delivering a message about colonialism.
Fan favourite Marvel Comics superhero, T’Challa, gets a fresh start in a fresh series – but once-buried secrets look to devastate Wakanda and change its King forever!
Nice to see Black Panther get some love, including Best Picture, the first Marvel film to ever receive the accolade!
It wasn’t much of a battle at the box office this weekend, as last week’s number one film, Mission: Impossible – Fallout easily held off all comers.
I don’t think that anybody can argue that, among the many wonderful things about Black Panther, the Dora Milaje were standouts. Powerful women kicking the butts of anyone or anything that was in their way, it was hard not to be inspired by them. Now, their comic book inspirations are set to encounter the X-Men.
Check out your first look at the new Avengers team, drawn by celebrated 2018 Young Gun Pepe Larraz with brand-new, epic story by Jason Aaron and Ed McGuinness.
So what happens when the game is finally concluded?
When I’m wrong, I’m wrong, and this week I made the wrong prediction. Turns out, a few people DID want to see Pacific Rim: Uprising, even it wasn’t enough to make it a break out hit.
Can Black Panther make it six weekends in a row on top, or will the biggest movie of the year finally make way for an uprising and a new number one?
If anybody was wondering if there was still life in the Tomb Raider film franchise, this weekend answered that question with a resounding “nope”.
After five weeks ruling the box office, is this the weekend that the King of Wakanda finally has to abdicate his throne?
It was a memorable weekend at the box office, as representation was in full effect, thanks to two big films. Here’s what went down:
Is this the weekend the King is knocked off his thrown? Here’s our prediction: