Winter Soldier and a Well Known Villain set to appear in Black Panther Movie
Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War has smashed all kinds of box office records and the appearances made by Black Panther and Spiderman have got rave reviews from the fans. The Wakandan king had an important role to play in the movie and he had his end movie credits scene. The viewers were treated to a glimpse of the Home of Vibranium, Wakanda. The end credit scene sets up the upcoming standalone Black Panther movie that is set to release in 2018. This is the first time we will be seeing the Wakandan King on the silver screen and there is a lot more to be excited about. There have been some reports stating that Michael B. Jordan and Lupita Nyong’o are set to join the cast of the standalone movie. With Boseman serving as the capable anchor for the cast, and with accomplished writer/director Ryan Coogler at the helm, Black Panther could be Marvel’s crowning sociocultural achievement.
Kevin Fiege in a recent The Empire State Podcast revealed that “Black Panther will be amongst the best ensembles we’ve ever had and 90% of the cast is either African or African-American.” The Marvel Studios chief talked about the tough decisions taken in the filming of Captain America: Civil War and the subject diverted to the cast of Black Panther standalone movie.
He did not leak any information relating the plot of the movie but we can expect a few characters to make an appearance in the movie. The likes of Bucky Barnes and Ulysses Klaue played by Sebastian Stan and Andy Serkis respectively will be expected to get some screen time. Ulysses Klaue was introduced in Avengers: Age of Ultron and he got his arm cut by Ultron, after that his whereabouts are unknown. In the comics, Ulysses Klaue also known as Klaw, loses his arm in a battle with Black Panther and returns with a sonic emitter/gun on his right wrist as a replacement prosthetic device for his missing hand that can create any kind of object or creature he can conceive by only using sound. He might even be the big bad in the Black Panther movie. But we will get more clarity on the movie in the coming months.
In February of 2018, fans everywhere will be able to see this idea come to life. Leave your comments below to show how excited are you to see the King of Wakanda in action in a standalone movie.