For the countdown to "Black Panther," Marvel unleashed a "special look" clip at halftime of college football’s National Championship Game.
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Images from a secret photo shoot surface on stars' social media as a who's-who of the Marvel Cinematic Universe gather in Los Angeles.
In latest powerhouse performance, star of "42" and "Black Panther" takes on role of pioneering future Supreme Court justice.
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In a ceremony emceed by noted fanboy Kevin Smith, Lee was saluted by the likes of actors Clark Gregg (Agent Phil Coulson in Avengers and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.) and Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther), Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige, as well as former Spider-Man writer and Spawn creator Todd McFarlane.
You’ve seen how toned — outright buff (we’re looking at you, Josh Brolin) — actors get after locking down roles as big-screen superheroes. Obviously it all requires exercise, discipline, and above all, a strict diet.
The cast and filmmakers have been posting a steady stream of set photos that offer tantalizing glimpses as the stars and the sets. We collected the best of the bunch here for you to flip through.
First trailer for film on civil rights lawyer and later Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall, starring Chadwick Boseman and directed by Reginald Hudlin
Joe and Anthony Russo explain what they needed to see made it impractical to use a real suit, so what we see on screen was all added via visual effects
“We have a character — the Black Panther — that they’re going to do as movie. This week, Black Panther makes a spectacular entrance into the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Captain America: Civil War. Played by Chadwick Boseman (42, Get On Up), Black Panther is the formidable alter ego of T’Challa, prince of the fictional African nation of Wakanda.
Fans don’t have to wait for Marvel’s inaugural Black Panther movie in February 2018 to get a first glimpse of the badass, martial-arts-savvy Marvel hero in action. The film, about comic book’s first black superhero, will star Chadwick Boseman (Get on Up, 42) as the African warrior-prince — but first he’s dropping in on Captain America and the gang in next spring’s Civil War, as tantalizingly teased in the first action-packed trailer. 1. His Loyalties Are Divided in Civil War.