Julia Swain's documentary “Lady Cameraman,” about to be shown at the EnergaCamerimage Film Festival, celebrates female cinematographers – including Rachel Morrison (pictured), Reed Morano, Mandy Walker and Natasha Braier – and their success stories, including Morrison's work on blockbuster “Black Panther.” “ 'Black Panther' smashed the ceiling in terms of women hopefully being able to […]
Dr. Anthony Fauci, President Donald Trump, actor and producer Michael B. Jordan and rapper Megan Thee Staillion have made this year's TIME 100 list.
Jackson says that Boseman's Black Panther gave "kids a hero they could aspire to."
Chadwick Boseman was buried near his South Carolina hometown six days after he died at his home in Los Angeles, according to a death certificate obtained Monday by The Associated Press. The “Black Panther” star was laid to rest Sept. 3 at Welfare Baptist Church Cemetery in Belton, South Carolina, about 11 miles from Boseman's hometown of Anderson, the Los Angeles County Certificate showed.
After attending his memorial over the weekend, Nyong'o posted a social media tribute to the actor, who died Aug. 28, at age 43, after his secret, four-year battle with colon cancer.
Chadwick Boseman died on Aug. 28 following a private years-long battle with colon cancer
"Black Panther" actress Letitia Wright wishes she got to say goodbye to Chadwick Boseman.
In a touching statement, Jordan spoke about Boseman as a close friend he cared about deeply.
Yahoo Entertainment correspondent Kevin Polowy shares intimate memories from his personal relationship with late "Black Panther" star.
Danai Gurira is mourning the death of her "Black Panther" co-star Chadwick Boseman.
'Avengers' stars and others celebrated Boseman's on-screen performances and the cultural impact they had off-screen.
Director Ryan Coogler released an emotional tribute in honor of Chadwick Boseman, the "Black Panther" star who died on Friday after a four-year battle with colon cancer. In a lengthy statement made Sunday morning, Coogler mourned the loss of someone he calls "a special person" who has left an "incredible mark." Boseman had never spoken […]
The Walt Disney Co. and Marvel Studios will pay tribute to Chadwick Boseman tonight with a special commercial-free airing of "Black Panther" on ABC, followed by a special examining the actor's life and work. Robin Roberts, the co-anchor of "Good Morning America," will host the ABC News special "Chadwick Boseman -- A Tribute for a […]
Celebrities took to social media to honor actor Chadwick Boseman, 43, who died on August 28, 2020.
"When I came back, I got a beneficiary letter and it said Denzel Washington paid for you," Boseman told Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show" in 2018.
The Marvel action hero kept his colon cancer diagnosis a secret for four years. Friends from Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo and Chris Pratt to Kerry Washington, Gabrielle Union and Kamala Harris pay their respects.
SAG Foundation president and award-winning actor Courtney B. Vance doesn't understand why last week's Oscar nominations were so white (again). "I don't know why because I know the projects are there," he told Variety's Marc Malkin at Sunday's Screen Actors Guild Awards, referring to the amount of films directed and starring people of color in […]
The director and former "Monty Python" star said the movie made his "blood boil."
The fictional East African country that's home to Marvel superhero Black Panther is no longer listed as a free trade partner with the US, after it was removed from a tariff tracker maintained by the US Department of Agriculture.As of Wednesday, Wakanda was no longer listed on a drop-down menu for the USDA's Foreign Agricultural Service's Tariff Tracker along with real-life partners Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama and Peru
Black Panther star salutes Robert Downey Jr.'s performance and defends his new film's controversial portrayal of police: "If you're telling a serious story, why wouldn't you show shades of grey?"
The PAC Dance Team at Walden Grove High School in Sahuarita, Ariz., performed an epic dance with an "Avengers" theme at their homecoming pep rally.
A year and a half after the release of “Black Panther,” people are still talking about how the Ryan Coogler-directed Marvel movie smashed box office expectations. Star Lupita Nyong’o has her own theories about why the film, which grossed $1.347 billion in global box office, was more of a commercial success than Hollywood thought it would be — and it has to do with avoiding using “the struggle through having dark skin” as “clickbait.”“In ‘Black Panther,’ I felt that the African experience was allowed to exist aspirationally,” Nyong’o said in Vanity Fair’s October cover story. “I think it’s more common in America to hear of the struggle of black people than it is to hear of the success. It’s more of a sensation to have a headline about a struggle, you know? The struggle through having dark skin is clickbait. So when ‘Black Panther’ came along … it was so refreshing to work on an African narrative that did not lead with the struggle of being African.”Nyong’o says she signed on to the project on the strength of Coogler’s pitch alone, as the script from Coogler and Joe Robert Cole didn’t exist yet — and Marvel wouldn’t have let her see it even if it had. And though Coogler and Cole wrote the film while Barack Obama was still president, it came out one year into Donald Trump’s presidency.Also Read: 19 Stars Who Went to Comic-Con in Disguise, From Ben Affleck to Lupita Nyong'o (Photos)“Ryan was speaking to a future relevance that he could not have predicted,” the Academy Award winner told Vanity Fair.Nyong’o explained what made her take the role based on the pitch alone — and why she takes any role in the first place.“As I prepare, I have to articulate to myself why I’m doing this,” Nyong’o said. “The secondary thing is definitely the people. When I choose projects, I want to have faith that as an artist it will speak to a time when it is needed as much as it speaks to me at the time that I make it. I really understood this with ‘Black Panther,’ when we were making that movie in such a different political climate than the one in which it came.”Read original story Lupita Nyong’o Says ‘Black Panther’ Avoided Using the ‘Struggle’ of Having Dark Skin as ‘Clickbait’ At TheWrap
"Black Panther" director Ryan Coogler announced the release date of the much-anticipated follow-up film at D23 in Anaheim, Calif. Saturday. "Black Panther 2" will hit theaters May 6, 2022. “We’re not taking our time, we’re really trying to get it right,” Coogler said of the production schedule. Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige said Coogler has […]
“She should have been up there all this time,” the company tweeted on Thursday.