Marvel’s Black Panther has been a hot topic among fans lately. Earlier this week, Chadwick Boseman revealed that the movie will be darker and grittier than any other MCU title.
While fans grew wary about Marvel’s decision to produce movies similar to that of DCEU, a top representative gave his opinion on the Black Panther movie. Furthermore, he assured fans that the studio is moving ahead with its initial plans.
Walt Disney CEO Bob Iger revealed during a Skype interview with S’Park that they “believe in the character and we believe in the story” of the Black Panther movie. Check out the tweet below.
Iger was invited as a guest speaker along with ABC anchor David Muir for the discussion. The Disney CEO was invited to talk about the media since he is an alumnus of Ithaca College. Furthermore, the audience used the opportunity to ask him questions on other topics as well.
So far, it has been revealed that Michael B. Jordan will be playing the villain Erik Killmonger in the movie. Furthermore, Danai Gurira from The Walking Dead will be starring in the movie.
Earlier in Russo Brother’s Captain America: Civil War, Chadwick Boseman’s Black Panther was revealed. Marvel took the opportunity to introduce Tom Holland’s Spider-Man as well. Directed by Ryan Coogler, Black Panther will be released in 2018. Recently, there have been speculations that the Black Widow and the Winter Solider could appear in the film.
Currently, Marvel fans are expecting the Doctor Strange movie. Furthermore, its director recently revealed that a Christopher Nolan film inspired him while directing the multiverse title.
bob iger on the upcoming black panther movie: “we believe in the character and we believe in the story” #sparkatpark
— alex ♐️ (@alexlogedo) September 9, 2016
looking forward to it! https://t.co/H7yPMMHtwS
— David Muir (@DavidMuir) September 8, 2016
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