Disney XD's animated Marvel’s Avengers: Black Panther’s Quest brings the Wakandan hero to the small-screen - and we have the show's debut trailer
Upon banking $700 million across its domestic theatrical run to become the highest-grossing superhero film of all time, Black Panther broke barriers for black representation in cinema. If lead actor Chadwick Boseman has a say in the film’s impending awards campaign, the film could also forge new ground for comic book adaptations at Oscars — and not in the Academy’s recently announced “achievement in popular film” category, either.
We went through all 18 films and sleuthed out the clues to come up with the ultimate timeline of events leading up to the blockbuster.
It's been a surprisingly strong year for quality films — and, yes, we're including "Solo" in the mix. See what else makes the midway cut.
From the blockbusters "Avengers: Infinity War" and "Black Panther" to the underachieving "Solo" and "Tomb Raider," these are the notable hits and misses midway through 2018.
An exclusive first look at these Ant-Man and the Wasp figures, plus a pair of Black Panther statues, all of which are coming to shelves this fall.
Trevor Noah, a South African native, had a secret role in the climactic Wakandan battle scene in "Black Panther." Watch and learn!
In the first episode of Foxx's new web interview series "Off Script," the Oscar winner hosts the "Black Panther" star with surprising results.
Titled "Voices From the Past," this video clip was originally slated to appear after "Black Panther's" opening flashback scene.
Here's your first look at Disney's upcoming animated "Trouble in Wakanda," featuring all your favorite characters.
After breaking box-office records, the Marvel hit is coming to your living room in May. Get the details.
"To see people of all backgrounds wearing clothing that celebrates their heritage... moved me and my wife to tears."
Building on June's teaser preview, the first official trailer for MCU standalone gives us epic action and first look at the bad guy.
It’s been three long months since the breathtaking Black Panther trailer debuted , showcasing Chadwick Boseman ‘s solo superhero outing, which hits theaters Feb. 16, 2018. Since then, we’ve had extremely limited looks at the anticipated Marvel Cinematic Universe entry, having to settle for a tantalizing action scene at San Diego Comic-Con along with a handful of costumes and props . But today, Yahoo Movies exclusively unveils the upcoming line of toys — which offer a few clues to the film. Next spring, Hasbro will release a slew of Panther-themed playthings, from action figures of varying magnitude to role-play items that let fans channel their inner Wakanda warrior. The toys give us a glimpse of Michael B. Jordan ‘s villainous Erik Killmonger costume, tease the Panther’s upgraded Vibranium-powered supersuit, and also provide a sneak peek at the hero’s shape-shifting vehicle, the Panther Jet. The toys will be publicly debuted at Hascon , Hasbro’s inaugural convention covering all its lines, including Star Wars , Marvel , Transformers , G.I. Joe, and My Little Pony , which runs Friday to Sunday in Providence, R.I. In the meantime, click through to get a taste of Black Panther .
One of the perks of being in a Marvel movie is getting the full superhero makeover — and the stars of Thor: Ragnarok and Black Panther couldn't be more enthusiastic about their new looks, as they enthusiastically told us about at San Diego Comic-Con.
'Black Panther' star Chadwick Boseman tells Yahoo Movies at Disney's D23 Expo he's managed to watch movie's teaser less than 10 times — but it's not easy
Flip through our D23 Expo photo highlights to go behind the scenes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
'Star Wars,' Marvel, live-action adaptations of animated classics, 'A Wrinkle in Time,' Disney Animation, and theme-parks updates get our attention at D23
While the specific offerings are a surprise, a new D23 press release promises plenty of big announcements, star appearances, advance footage, and behind-the-scenes sneak peeks tied to Disney films in the pipeline for the next few years.
Marvel sneak peek for invited journalists includes previously unseen footage from two of the films, and concept art from the other
For 30 years, Joel Harlow has been one of Hollywood’s premiere makeup artists, and come Oscar night, he’ll contend for his second Academy Award for his work on Star Trek Beyond, which required him to create more than 50 different alien species. A North Dakota native, Harlow took home a gold statuette for J.J. Abrams’s 2009 Star Trek reboot, and also received a nomination for 2013’s The Lone Ranger — one of his 16 collaborations with Johnny Depp. Adding to a résumé full of blockbuster credits, Harlow will next put his talents to use for two upcoming superhero films — this March’s Logan, and next year’s Black Panther — as well as Depp’s fifth go-round as Captain Jack Sparrow in this summer’s Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.
Sterling K. Brown, who is up for a Golden Globe this weekend for his work on People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, has joined the cast of Marvel Studios’ Black Panther.
Actor’s reps tell Hollywood Reporter that the actor is not and will not be part of the movie; U.K. agent seconds that, after 24 hours of Internet buzz about a possible meeting with Marvel