“I never freeze”
After getting caught up in the middle of vengeance in “Captain America: Civil War”, Marvel’s “Black Panther” is about to engage into another civil war – this time, for the heart and soul of the fictional Wakanda in his standalone film. Chadwick Boseman reprise the titular role of the world’s first black superhero whose nation is responsible for the metal that made the shield of the world’s first super-soldier: fellow warrior and Avenger Captain America, aka the now infamous outlaw vigilante Steve Rogers (Chris Evans). After avenging the death of his father, making peace with Rogers and helping Bucky Barnes/Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan) find peace, T’Challa will begins his living legend as the newly appointed king of Wakanda.
As the Black Panther, it is his sole quest to protect his home from those who will not only prey on it, but also on the entire world.
Co-starring Michael B. Jordan, Angela Bassett, Forest Whitaker, Sterling K. Brown and Martin Freeman, Marvel’s “Black Panther” will be prowling into theaters come February 16, 2018. Then, Boseman will become part of the assembly in next summer’s “Avengers: Infinity War” (May 4), the possible endgame for the now-divided/soon-to-be reunited ‘Earth’s Mightiest Heroes’.