Black Panther

King T’Challa returns home to the reclusive, technologically advanced African nation of Wakanda to serve as his country’s new leader. However, T’Challa soon finds that he is challenged for the throne by factions within his own country as well as without. Using powers reserved to Wakandan kings, T’Challa assumes the Black Panther mantle to join with ex-girlfriend Nakia, the queen-mother, his princess-kid sister, members of the Dora Milaje (the Wakandan ‘special forces’) and an American secret agent, to prevent Wakanda from being dragged into a world war.
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Film Cast:

  • King T’Challa / Black Panther: Chadwick Boseman
  • N’Jadaka / Erik ‘Killmonger’ Stevens: Michael B. Jordan
  • Nakia: Lupita Nyong’o
  • Okoye: Danai Gurira
  • Everett K. Ross: Martin Freeman
  • W’Kabi: Daniel Kaluuya
  • Shuri: Letitia Wright
  • M’Baku: Winston Duke
  • N’Jobu: Sterling K. Brown
  • Ramonda: Angela Bassett
  • Zuri: Forest Whitaker
  • Ulysses Klaue / Klaw: Andy Serkis
  • Ayo: Florence Kasumba
  • T’Chaka: John Kani
  • Limbani: David S. Lee
  • Linda: Nabiyah Be
  • River Tribe Elder: Isaach De Bankolé
  • Mining Tribe Elder: Connie Chiume
  • Merchant Tribe Elder: Dorothy Steel
  • Border Tribe Elder: Danny Sapani
  • Xoliswa: Sydelle Noel
  • Dora Milaje: Marija Abney
  • Dora Milaje: Zola Williams
  • Dora Milaje: Janeshia Adams-Ginyard
  • Dora Milaje: Maria Hippolyte
  • Dora Milaje: Marie Mouroum
  • Dora Milaje: Jénel Stevens
  • Shaman: Sope Aluko
  • Casino Patron: Stan Lee
  • Young T’Chaka: Atandwa Kani
  • Young T’Challa: Ashton Tyler
  • Young Zuri: Denzel Whitaker
  • Dora Milaje: Shaunette Renée Wilson
  • Dora Milaje: Christine Hollingsworth
  • BBC Reporter: Lucy Hockings
  • Military Leader: Bambadjan Bamba
  • Young Military: Roland Kilumbu
  • Museum Director: Francesca Faridany
  • Security Guard: Mark Ashworth
  • Young Killmonger: Seth Carr
  • Jabari Fisherman: Jeremy Sample
  • Sophia: Alexis Rhee
  • Young Oakland Kid: Alex Hibbert
  • Griot (voice): Trevor Noah
  • Casino Dealer: Danny Chung
  • Actor: Shad Gaspard
  • Museum Guard: William Cowboy Reed
  • Ambassador: Michael David Yuhl
  • CIA Agent: Liz Elkins Newcomer
  • Korean Market Shopper: Raven Wynn
  • Bueze: Amechi Okocha
  • French Ambassador: Tony Sears
  • UN Security Guard: Timothy Carr
  • Fish Market Shopper: Apollo GT
  • U.N. Official / Translator: James Siderits
  • Jabari Warrior: Travis Love
  • Young Nakia: Lidya Jewett
  • School Child / Playground Kid: Alona Leoine
  • Uptown Patron: Kinley Fleurejuste
  • Kings Guard: Ofu Obekpa
  • Security Guard: Michael R. Ciminna
  • Casino Dealer: John Y Lee
  • Wakandan: Byron Coolie
  • Citizen of Wakanda: Joseph Akharoh Jr.
  • Merchant Tribe Warrior: Stanley Aughtry
  • Casino Patron: Raenen Golez
  • Casino Bartender: Leo De Rivera
  • Guard: Tevin Beech
  • Jabari Drummer: Tari Omoro
  • Casino Guest: Andrea Antonio Canal
  • Citizen of Wakanda: David Dunston
  • Mining Tribe: Josue Louis-Charles
  • Mining Tribe #2: Isaac Phillips
  • James ‘Bucky’ Barnes / Winter Soldier (uncredited): Sebastian Stan
  • Merchant (uncredited): Jamel Chambers
  • Kings Guard (uncredited): Michael Christopher Rodney
  • Oakland California Pedestrian (uncredited): Sheril Rodgers

Film Crew:

  • Casting: Sarah Halley Finn
  • Set Decoration: Jay Hart
  • Camera Operator: Jacques Haitkin
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Steve Boeddeker
  • Comic Book: Stan Lee
  • Producer: Kevin Feige
  • ADR Mixer: Doc Kane
  • Unit Production Manager: Helen Pollak
  • Costume Design: Ruth E. Carter
  • Special Effects Supervisor: Daniel Sudick
  • Art Direction: Jesse Rosenthal
  • Costumer: Ellen Ryba
  • Comic Book: Jack Kirby
  • Music Supervisor: Dave Jordan
  • Stunts: Jane Oshita
  • Executive Producer: Jeffrey Chernov
  • Set Designer: Chad S. Frey
  • Stunt Coordinator: Jonathan Eusebio
  • Foley Mixer: Scott Curtis
  • Executive Producer: Louis D’Esposito
  • Second Unit Director of Photography: Igor Meglic
  • Set Designer: Marco Rubeo
  • Supervising Art Director: Alan Hook
  • Executive Producer: Victoria Alonso
  • Editor: Debbie Berman
  • Makeup Department Head: Joel Harlow
  • Rigging Grip: Greg Waddle
  • Foley Artist: Shelley Roden
  • Camera Operator: Ross Sebek
  • ADR Voice Casting: Barbara Harris
  • Makeup Supervisor: Matthew Silva
  • Conceptual Illustrator: Raj Rihal
  • First Assistant Director: Lisa C. Satriano
  • Additional Editor: Claudia Castello
  • Original Music Composer: Ludwig Göransson
  • Second Assistant Camera: Teo Lee
  • Stunt Coordinator: Andy Gill
  • Director of Photography: Rachel Morrison
  • Production Design: Hannah Beachler
  • Music Producer: Kendrick Lamar
  • Assistant Costume Designer: Erica Rice
  • Unit Production Manager: Scott Thaler
  • Director: Ryan Coogler
  • Travel Coordinator: Charline St. Charles
  • Still Photographer: Matt Kennedy
  • Executive Producer: Nate Moore
  • Conceptual Illustrator: Kasra Farahani
  • Music Editor: Ronald J. Webb
  • Foley Artist: John Roesch
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Hunter Elliott
  • Editor: Michael P. Shawver
  • Conceptual Illustrator: Till Nowak
  • Screenplay: Joe Robert Cole
  • Gaffer: Steve Mathis
  • Costume Supervisor: Paul A. Simmons Jr.
  • Visual Effects Producer: Brett Dowler
  • Utility Stunts: John Dixon
  • Costumer: Peri Richards
  • Key Costumer: Aimee McCue
  • Costume Supervisor: Wendy M. Craig
  • Set Designer: Sarah Forrest
  • Property Master: Andrew Petrotta
  • Visual Effects Producer: Kerstin Kensy
  • Local Casting: Meagan Lewis
  • Visual Effects: Brian Adler
  • Visual Effects Producer: Florian Gellinger
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Jonathan Weber
  • Choreographer: Aakomon Jones
  • Stunts: Constance Ejuma
  • Dialect Coach: Elizabeth Himelstein
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Ivan Kondrup Jensen
  • ADR Supervisor: Kim Foscato
  • Sound Re-Recording Mixer: Brandon Proctor
  • Art Department Coordinator: Carol Kiefer
  • Additional Photography: Jason Ellson
  • Conceptual Illustrator: Richard K. Buoen
  • Second Unit Director: Darrin Prescott
  • Steadicam Operator: P. Scott Sakamoto
  • Key Costumer: Heather Sease
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Stuart Lashley
  • Stereoscopic Editor: Guy T. Wiedmann
  • Art Direction: Joseph Hiura
  • Dialogue Editor: Cheryl Nardi
  • Visual Effects Producer: Dominik Trimborn
  • Fight Choreographer: Clayton J. Barber
  • Security: Mitul Patel
  • Set Designer: Nick S. Cross
  • Production Supervisor: Douglas Dresser
  • Sound Designer: David C. Hughes
  • Script Supervisor: Dea Cantu
  • Set Designer: Mayumi Konishi-Valentine
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Andy Brown
  • VFX Supervisor: Bryan Grill
  • Gaffer: Dan Cornwall
  • Script Supervisor: Dawn Gilliam
  • Visual Effects Producer: Robert E. Evans
  • Visual Effects Editor: John Polyson
  • Aerial Director of Photography: John Marzano
  • Art Direction: Alex McCarroll
  • Digital Intermediate Editor: Erik Kaufmann
  • Makeup Artist: Sian Richards
  • Drone Operator: Michael-Ryan Fletchall
  • Set Costumer: Shayne Allen Duhon
  • Script Supervisor: Jillian Amburgey
  • Visual Effects Producer: Lisa Beroud
  • Stereoscopic Supervisor: Evan Jacobs
  • Visual Effects Editor: Nicolas Anastassiou
  • Hair Department Head: Camille Friend
  • Makeup Effects: Bailey Domke
  • Concept Artist: Jerad Marantz
  • Animation Supervisor: Daryl Sawchuk
  • Makeup Artist: Heather Mages
  • Leadman: John Naehrlich
  • CG Supervisor: Chris Ryan
  • Key Costumer: Branden Marks
  • Unit Publicist: Carol McConnaughey
  • Gaffer: Michael Ambrose
  • Camera Operator: Onofrio Nino Pansini
  • Rigging Gaffer: Tom Fendley
  • Sculptor: Christine Mahuna
  • Assistant Costume Designer: Phoenix Mellow
  • Assistant Costume Designer: Dorotka Sapinska
  • Storyboard Designer: Simeon Wilkins
  • CG Supervisor: Celia Jepson
  • Stereoscopic Supervisor: Jason Bomstein
  • Conceptual Illustrator: Fabian Lacey
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Benjamin A. Burtt
  • Assistant Editor: Jess Jansen
  • Compositing Supervisor: Charles Lai
  • Stunts: Meredith Richardson
  • Digital Imaging Technician: Brook Willard
  • Dialect Coach: Andile Nebulane
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Jamie Hallett
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Craig Hammack
  • Lighting Technician: Jonathan Terpstra
  • Set Decorating Coordinator: April LaBranche
  • VFX Supervisor: Michael Wortmann
  • Set Costumer: Empress Holley
  • Makeup Artist: Shutchai Tym Buacharern
  • Set Costumer: Mark Walcott
  • Producer: David J. Grant
  • Painter: Chris Samp
  • Boom Operator: David Raymond
  • Casting Associate: Jason B. Stamey
  • Visual Effects Producer: Michael Perdew
  • Visual Effects Producer: Marie Rheinschild-Jordan
  • Stunts: Bobby Jordan
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Eric Stewart
  • Visual Effects Editor: Andrea Maxwell
  • First Assistant Camera: Zoran Veselic
  • Music Editor: Nashia Wachsman
  • Makeup Artist: Adam Walls
  • CG Supervisor: Oliver Schulz
  • Assistant Art Director: Marlie Arnold
  • First Assistant Director: Marvin Williams
  • Sound Effects Editor: Jonathan Borland
  • Sound Mixer: Peter J. Devlin
  • Key Costumer: Jessica Fasman
  • Key Grip: Ted Sapp
  • Senior Animator: Alex Filipov
  • First Assistant Editor: Dylan Quirt
  • Tailor: Synithia Cochran
  • First Assistant “B” Camera: Alessandro Di Meo
  • Art Direction: Jason T. Clark
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Todd Sheridan Perry
  • Stunt Double: Janeshia Adams-Ginyard
  • First Assistant “C” Camera: Adam Castro
  • Stunts: Jessica Harbeck
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Abraham Schneider
  • Armorer: Hayden Bilson
  • Stunts: Erika T. Johnson
  • Conceptual Illustrator: Manuel Plank-Jorge
  • Set Costumer: Craig Anthony
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Christopher Chaber
  • Key Grip: Peter Chrimes
  • Makeup Effects: André Freitas
  • Stunt Double: Crystal Michelle
  • Visual Effects Editor: Danny Singh
  • Digital Intermediate Producer: Laura Holeman
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Weldon Huang
  • Loader: Zach Holloran
  • Makeup Artist: LuAndra Whitehurst
  • Stunts: Kelly Bellini
  • Key Hair Stylist: Jaime Leigh McIntosh
  • Set Costumer: Yen Do
  • Lead Animator: Jye Skinn
  • Visual Effects Editor: Rachel Litz
  • Makeup Artist: Ashley McGuire
  • Visual Effects Editor: Oliver Eikhoff
  • Visual Effects Producer: Signe Vinther
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Brendan Seals
  • Assistant Art Director: Daniel Frank
  • Casting Assistant: Molly Doyle
  • Casting Associate: Nicholas A. Mudd
  • Software Engineer: Jim Ely
  • Legal Services: Ryan Potter
  • First Assistant Accountant: Janine Schiro
  • Senior Animator: Nikhil Deshmukh
  • Makeup Artist: Aida Scuffle
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Doug Spilatro
  • ADR Mixer: Jeff Gersh
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Geoffrey Baumann
  • Electrician: Rusty Edmonson
  • First Assistant Editor: Adam Kimmerlin
  • Animation Supervisor: Mathew Cowie
  • Visual Effects Editor: Patrick Patzschke
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Mike F. Hedayati
  • Costumer: Alan Lashbrook
  • CG Supervisor: Andrew Zink
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Immanuel Morris
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Kristen Drewski
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Espen Nordahl
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Kenneth Au
  • Costumer: Korii Young
  • Textile Artist: Keith Hudson
  • Key Grip: C. Alan Rawlins
  • CG Supervisor: Ivan Andres Guerrero
  • Dolly Grip: Kenneth Coblentz
  • Assistant Costume Designer: Caroline Errington
  • CG Supervisor: Alexandre Cancado
  • Costume Illustrator: Warren Manser
  • Stunt Driver: Brionna Maria Lynch
  • Conceptual Illustrator: Andy Park
  • Ager/Dyer: Jack Taggart
  • Key Grip: Joe Macaluso
  • Aerial Camera: Austin Harris
  • Drone Pilot: Steven Blizzard
  • ADR Mixer: Jason Oliver
  • Foley Editor: Jim Likowski
  • Storyboard Designer: Gary Damian Thomas
  • Dialogue Editor: Chris Gridley
  • Production Supervisor: Jason Zorigian
  • Music Coordinator: Trygge Toven
  • Techno Crane Operator: John Slade
  • VFX Editor: Jan Reichmann
  • Pyrotechnician: Scott Dwyer
  • Pipeline Technical Director: Luke Gray
  • 3D Modeller: Aaron Colman-Hayes
  • First Assistant “A” Camera: Nino Neuboeck
  • Stunts: Danya Bateman
  • Stereoscopic Coordinator: Steph Lynn Robinson
  • Post Production Supervisor: Nancy Valle
  • Second Assistant Director: Christopher T. Sadler
  • Set Designer: Patrick Dunn-Baker
  • Ager/Dyer: Liz Oliver
  • Hairstylist: Jennifer Jane
  • Storyboard Designer: Anthony Liberatore
  • Stunts: Nancy Thurston
  • Makeup Artist: Hagen Linss
  • Hairstylist: Ralph A. Ochoa
  • Makeup Artist: Kentaro Yano
  • Set Dresser: Maxwell Britton
  • Conceptual Illustrator: Wesley Burt
  • Set Dresser: Sam Carter
  • Greensman: Robert Lee Church
  • Art Direction: Russ Gautier
  • Set Dresser: Terry Hill
  • Sculptor: David James
  • Set Dresser: Scott Johnson
  • Set Dresser: Blade Ladish
  • Conceptual Illustrator: Andrew H. Leung
  • Set Dresser: Konrad Lewis
  • Scenic Artist: Steve Mckean
  • Storyboard Designer: Dan Milligan
  • Greensman: Graham Dane Parker
  • Prop Maker: Garcia Jose Pineda
  • Prop Maker: Jose F. Garcia Pineda
  • Sculptor: Norah Plum
  • Conceptual Illustrator: Vicki Pui
  • Set Dresser: Marion Rex Smith
  • Prop Maker: Kenneth Venghaus
  • Researcher: Cale Wilbanks
  • Boom Operator: Colt Logan
  • Rigging Grip: Jacob Alvarez
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Katrissa ‘Kat’ Peterson
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Andrea Kistler
  • Script Supervisor: Robin Meyers
  • Assistant Costume Designer: Chloe Ji Yoon
  • Stereoscopic Coordinator: Andy Yamada
  • Visual Effects Editor: Jack Runyon
  • Rigging Grip: Morten Petersen
  • Rigging Grip: Geoffrey Harper
  • Assistant Production Manager: Teodora Ilie
  • Tailor: Carl Ulysses Bowen
  • Creature Technical Director: Nimoul Nims Bun
  • Lead Animator: Shawn Miller
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Josh Dagg
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Megan Flood
  • Creature Technical Director: Gary Wu
  • Extras Casting: Tammy L. Smith
  • Lighting Technician: Tim Ryan
  • Assistant Editor: Josie Azzam
  • Stunt Double: Maria Hippolyte
  • Stunts: Marie Mouroum
  • Assistant Editor: Joe Binford Jr.
  • Pre-Visualization Supervisor: Scott Meadows
  • CG Artist: Nando Stille
  • CG Artist: Saskia Carolan
  • Publicist: Diane Howard
  • Aerial Camera: Dan Godar
  • Camera Operator: Grg Magidow
  • Camera Operator: Craig Bauer
  • Camera Operator: Rob Weidner
  • Electrician: Shane Humphries
  • Electrician: Jack Rose
  • Rigging Grip: Jeffery A. Taylor
  • Rigging Grip: Billy Witherington
  • Ager/Dyer: German Lee Castillo
  • Ager/Dyer: Katy Johnson
  • Assistant Costume Designer: Derica Cole Washington
  • Costume Coordinator: Josie Works
  • Seamstress: Gertrude Moore
  • Seamstress: Kathy B. Washington
  • Tailor: Kevin Mayes
  • Digital Intermediate: Jessica T. Stone
  • Script Supervisor: Mia Brassell
  • Special Effects Coordinator: Jesse Noel
  • Art Department Coordinator: Maria Elia Castro
  • CG Supervisor: Marc Roth
  • CG Supervisor: Ioan Boieriu
  • Creature Technical Director: Kris Andrews
  • Creature Technical Director: Tracy Nicole Irwin
  • Digital Effects Supervisor: James Kuroda
  • Pre-Visualization Supervisor: Kyle Robinson
  • 3D Artist: Fady Kadry
  • VFX Editor: Daniel Kepler
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Shayna Banaag
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Jessica Carrington
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Sarah Cave
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Matthew Enright
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Erin Fernie
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Simon Fraser
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Yegor Tesler
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Robert Turnbridge
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Jessica Wilson-Silas
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Tae Hyun Kim
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Aileen Mu
  • Visual Effects Coordinator: Mario Dietz
  • Visual Effects Editor: Kevin Walter
  • Visual Effects Producer: Rob Holland
  • Visual Effects Producer: Lee Briggs
  • Visual Effects Producer: Doris Huber
  • Visual Effects Producer: Thomas Reppen
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Jesse James Chisholm
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Michael S. Harbour
  • Boom Operator: Matthieu Baron
  • Stunt Double: Niahlah Hope
  • Boom Operator: Marcus Petruska
  • Animation Supervisor: Matt Kowaliszyn
  • Foley Editor: Richard Gould
  • Utility Stunts: Michael Hansen
  • First Assistant Camera: Stephen Early
  • Assistant Editor: Steven Pristin
  • ADR Mixer: Milos Stojanovic
  • Second Assistant Camera: Brent Egan
  • Stunts: Kelly Gill
  • First Assistant Camera: Mateo Bourdieu
  • Pipeline Technical Director: Dushyant Kashyap
  • Stereoscopic Supervisor: Prateek Kaushal
  • First Assistant Director: Douglas Plasse
  • Second Assistant Camera: Dwight Campbell
  • Costume Assistant: Houri Mahserejian
  • Best Boy Electric: Jonathan Irizarry
  • Pipeline Technical Director: Ryan Albertson
  • Pipeline Technical Director: Nathan Rusch
  • Stereoscopic Supervisor: Rohan Tirkey
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Kris Bieringa
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Jana Rexhausen
  • Systems Administrators & Support: Jérémie Sebban
  • Music Coordinator: Shannon Murphy
  • Costumer: Charelle Bronson
  • Second Assistant Camera: Matt Fortlage
  • Compositing Supervisor: Eric Deinzer
  • Production Coordinator: Mayur Dadarao Adhau
  • Thanks: Asia Bullock
  • Production Manager: Ashish Kukian
  • Compositing Supervisor: Erik Schneider
  • Digital Imaging Technician: Nicholas Kay
  • Digital Imaging Technician: Stuart Huggins
  • Pipeline Technical Director: Sehwi Park
  • Modelling Supervisor: Chris Radcliffe
  • Digital Effects Supervisor: Bharat De
  • Assistant Editor: Peter Cromwell
  • Camera Technician: Phil Greene
  • Travel Coordinator: Stacy Parker
  • Costumer: Larry V. Steele
  • CG Artist: Nils Nissing
  • Electrician: Joshua D. Quick
  • Matchmove Supervisor: Wesley Vet
  • Compositing Supervisor: Julia Strack
  • Stereoscopic Editor: Wayan Blue Palmieri
  • Matchmove Supervisor: Evan Fraser
  • Production Accountant: Matt Hughes
  • Second Assistant Camera: Andrew Crankshaw
  • Casting Assistant: Deanna Greif
  • Production Manager: Lathiem Groenmeyer
  • Production Coordinator: Amanda Lomonaco
  • Matte Painter: Davide Binello
  • Camera Production Assistant: YIM Jeonghyun
  • Truck Costumer: Jennifer Hryniw
  • Animation Supervisor: Raphael A. Pimentel
  • ADR Recordist: Jeannette Browning
  • Production Manager: Sainath Shinde
  • Second Assistant Camera: John C. Hoffler Jr.
  • Publicist: Jackie Bazan
  • Second Assistant Director: Megan Schmidt
  • Compositing Supervisor: Aleksandra Sienkiewicz
  • Modelling Supervisor: Magnus Skagerlund
  • Stunts: Jessica Nam
  • 2D Supervisor: Nicolas Rigaud
  • Senior Generalist: Adrien Lambert
  • Extras Casting Assistant: Meredith Stedman
  • Stunts: Sadiqua Bynum
  • Production Accountant: Matthew Monaco
  • Senior Animator: Goran Ognjanovic
  • Modelling Supervisor: Lersak Bunupuradah
  • Stereoscopic Editor: H.R. Barnett
  • Modelling Supervisor: Pascal Raimbault
  • First Assistant Camera: Ian Campbell
  • Epk Camera Operator: Jung Woo Park
  • Epk Producer: Victor Chon
  • CG Artist: Werner Reifberger
  • CG Artist: Merten Tremer
  • CG Artist: Mona Wiemer
  • Compositing Supervisor: Sameer Malik
  • Stunts: Courtney Chen
  • Lighting Technician: Jeff C. Sutton
  • Production Coordinator: Sara Bartkiewicz
  • Stunts: Ayami Sakaeda
  • Production Controller: Eric C. Pike
  • First Assistant Director: Jigwang ‘Jerry’ Ko
  • Second Assistant Director: Cody Williams
  • Animation Technical Director: Henry van der Beek
  • CG Artist: Friderieke Bach
  • CG Artist: Fritz Beck
  • CG Artist: Manuel Dongowski
  • CG Artist: Roderick Freidrich
  • CG Artist: Sven Klimm
  • CG Artist: Oliver Markowski
  • CG Artist: Mariusz Miskiewicz
  • CG Artist: Olivia Puchalla
  • Pipeline Technical Director: Heather Howell
  • Senior Animator: Ümit Dönmez
  • Stereoscopic Supervisor: Sashwata Das
  • Visual Effects Production Assistant: Jimmie MacDonald
  • Visual Effects Production Manager: Jatin Bhavsar
  • Visual Effects Production Manager: Van Le Do
  • Visual Effects Production Manager: Nicole Rowley
  • Visual Effects Production Manager: Sanchia Currie
  • Senior Animator: Christine Krumpholz
  • Casting Assistant: Cody Kaylor
  • Extras Casting: Fabian Dash McIntosh
  • Extras Casting Assistant: Ashley R. Jackson
  • Costumer: Sheila Boateng
  • Costumer: Tanja Caldwell
  • Costumer: Erinique Ellison
  • Costumer: Tyron Graham
  • Costumer: Justin Jones
  • Costumer: Bianca White
  • Tailor: Jeff Gillies
  • Tailor: Sharod T. Woods
  • Wardrobe Assistant: Alanna Bryant
  • Camera Production Assistant: Lynne Hull
  • Camera Production Assistant: LaTerrian Officer-McIntosh
  • Digital Imaging Technician: Jürgen Painczyk
  • Digital Imaging Technician: Jason Johnson
  • Electrician: Lorenza Amato
  • Electrician: Raul Peña
  • Electrician: Jordan Tyson
  • Electrician: Sean Meyer
  • Lighting Technician: Justin Cowart
  • Lighting Technician: Jeremy Hughes
  • Lighting Technician: Timothy Jones
  • Lighting Technician: Clyde Sharman
  • Loader: Taylor Seaman
  • Second Assistant Camera: Rapheal Cdeeq
  • Second Assistant Camera: Cristi Lyn Hahn
  • Second Assistant Camera: Harry Young-Jamieson
  • Assistant Editor: W. Kale Whorton
  • Colorist: Fergus Hally
  • Dailies Operator: Stephan Marliss
  • Dailies Operator: David Austin Thompson
  • Dialect Coach: Beth McGuire
  • Dialect Coach: Shumba Patrick
  • Production Accountant: Gayoung Kim
  • Production Coordinator: Jamil Purnell
  • Production Coordinator: Yeijin Cho
  • Production Coordinator: Kelly Mokris
  • Production Coordinator: Sydne Japtha
  • Production Manager: Andrew Lee Ross
  • Stunts: Denisha Gillespie
  • Stunts: Cory Dunson
  • Thanks: Don McGregor
  • VFX Artist: Aviv Bar-Ami
  • Stunts: Carrie Bernans
  • Stunts: Tiara Kelly
  • Stunts: Courtney Julien

Movie Reviews:

  • Gimly: The reviews for _Black Panther_ are all essentially saying the same thing: This is a great movie because it’s so different from anything we’ve seen before, not just in the MCU but in the superhero genre overall, the villain is fantastic and _Black Panther_ is just a new and totally innovative film. Allow me to disagree (almost) entirely. _Black Panther_ is a great film, not because it breaks the mould, but because Marvel Studios has a successful pattern and _Black Panther_ adheres to it completely. Obviously the importance of a lead who is not just black but actually African is not to be understated, we have the least white cast of any superhero movie to date and they absolutely killed it, all very important socio-political stuff, to be sure. But the bones of _Black Panther_, the plot, the script, the events, the turns, all of that, it’s a carbon copy of what’s worked 17 times before. It works again, don’t get me wrong, _Black Panther_ truly was an experience, both important and fantastic, but to say it re-invented the wheel here, is, to me, an outright lie.

    _Final rating:★★★½ – I really liked it. Would strongly recommend you give it your time._

  • hankster3000: Overrated and overhyped. Definitely avoid. Watch on redbox if you must.
  • Movie Queen41: This is definitely one of Marvel’s best because the story is compelling and the characters are well developed. Black Panther and his friends and family must defend themselves and their homeland of Wakanda from the clutches of Klau (Andy Serkis) and Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan). Not only is the lead actor great as T’Challa/Black Panther, but the supporting cast does a fine job as well, especially the female actors. T’Challa is surrounded by smart, strong women. Marvel seems to break its villain curse with Klau and especially Killmonger. Killmonger is very well developed and even sympathetic at times, despite his villainy. He sort of reminded me of Tom Hiddleston’s Loki. The action scenes and special effects are outstanding. Highly recommended if you enjoy comic book movies.
  • Crenor: Really good movie. Good story, lots of fun. This is what DC is missing.
  • Per Gunnar Jonsson: It was with some hesitation that I went to see this movie. I was afraid that it would be burdened with too much political and social preaching. Especially knowing how much the movie is praised amongst certain factions in our society today. Sure enough there were indeed some of that nonsense but luckily it was much less than I feared.

    I actually found the movie fairly entertaining. It is far from great, certainly very far from the insane hype surrounding it, but pretty okay. It is more or less a standard issue super hero movie on a big budget. Of course this means a fairly mediocre underlying story beefed up with lots of action and special effects.

    The story itself is a traditional revenge story with some black power stuff. Nothing to write home about but it works as a vehicle for the action and special effects which is what makes this movie. There are the usual nonsense and plot holes in it of course. Like Shuri claiming that Vibranium (silly name but never mind) is instable at high speeds yet they have no problem making flying ships and other fast moving stuff with it.

    The characters are a wee bit disappointing as far as the main characters are concerned. I felt that the main protagonist has little in terms of charisma. Killmonger, the main bad guy, was downright disappointing. To me he looked like the stereotype of a dumb thug and mostly he behaved like one. Bloody hell could they not have found an actor that looked less…well…stupid!

    Personally the character I liked best was actually Klaue which was pretty cool, insane but cool. The female warriors, which were both kick-ass and smart, and Shuri is also fairly high up on my approval list.

    Special effects! This is of course where this movie shines. Overall I think the special effects were good. The design of the various gadgets, ships etc were very nice. The rampaging rhinos in the final fight really made me laugh. I should have seen that coming. I definitely liked all the sonic effects. Obviously this movie would have been more or less null if the special effects would not have been a success.

    On the whole Black Panther is a quite enjoyable special effects and action movie. Nothing more, nothing less. Some social preaching nonsense but less than I feared, hum ho story, lots of action and lots of special effects.

  • OblateSphereDroid: I was really surprised how much I liked this movie. There was so much going on; immigration concerns; the fight between saving the world and protecting your own country(sound familiar); the fear of an African country’s resources being pillaged; how best to handle the problems black people face worldwide; and many great authentic feeling cultural nods. All this while not being heavy or preachy. You can definitely eat popcorn to this. The villain; Killmonger, is great. Not great in that he is scary, though he is, but because he is more complex than some shadowy figure you should just trust is a bad guy because of visual effects or dramatic music.

    This movie isn’t just explosions and one-liners in an exotic location. This is a great movie in general. It’s always interesting. There are great relationships between all the characters. Finally; Wakanda is really a place. It feels alive and lived in; not just impressive buildings used as a backdrop. They did a wonderful job of worldbuilding; from the rituals, to the clothing, fancy tech, and scenery. This movie is definitely worth a watch.

    ☆☆☆☆-1/2

    I also have to add that; you get to actually see Andy Serkis! When I saw his name I thought we was going to be some kind of CGI monster. I’m just happy to see him get actual screen time.

  • Dsnake1: The Black Panther is a fun romp, but it definitely has some issues. First, the good.

    The action is fun, the emotions hit home, and the story isn’t dirt-poor.

    While the CGI gets ripped on from time to time, I thought it was solid enough for a Marvel movie. The fight scenes were relatively well-choreographed, as well. The ritual combat scenes were exciting and visually appealing. The fights in Korea were also fun to see, and while I’m not a fan of car chase scenes as a whole, I did enjoy this one. It was reminiscent of a James Bond movie.

    In fact, that’s another appeal, at least to me. The secret technology base and the fun action scenes were a great callback to James Bond-type movies. I do think the movie would have been complemented by giving T’Challa a similar vice as Bond’s, although Marvel probably wouldn’t veer down that line for the seemingly morally absolute King of Wakanda.

    The story, well, it’s a mixed bag. Everything seemed crammed together with major emotional keys being rushed through or somewhat ignored. The concept is fine though. A long lost relative comes to challenge the new king, wins, and shows his colors, becoming something amoral. The king comes back and takes down the usurper, realizing something about themselves/their kingdom in the process. It’s tired, but not so tired it damages the movie.

    This is where the issues begin to rise, though. The movie is really a movie and a half or two movies crammed into one. Wakanda has a ton of wonderful mythology, but almost none of it is explained. The movie never really explains how the Wakandans used vibranium was used to make themselves wealthy. It touches on it in some exposition, but there was much more that was just glossed over.

    In addition, W’Kabi became radicalized by Killmonger much too quickly for such a pivotal relationship to flip. Some of the emotional aspects of the movie fell flat because they weren’t given enough screen time.

    Despite its flaws, Black Panther is a fun movie that adds to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It should have been two movies, but I doubt this is the last we’ll see of Wakanda.

  • DanDare: The character of T’Challa made his debut in Captain America 3: Civil War.

    In Black Panther, T’Challa returns to his homeland of Wakanda after the death of his father who has been hiding a secret about his brother who lived in the USA. He now inherits the throne after a challenge from a rival.

    Wakanda is an african country with wealth, power and immense technology that it hides from the outside world.

    T’Challa’s uncle wanted an uprising in the USA. Now his son Killmonger comes to Wakanda and challenges T’Challa for the throne.

    Killmonger wins and leads the struggle for black power.

    Black Panther is a well made efficient film from Marvel who really have nailed down their formula. The box office avalanche has surprised me. It simply is not that good with a very predictable story.

  • Wuchak: Overrated due to political correctness; it’s noble and has its points of interest, but it’s also kinda meh

    RELEASED IN 2018 and directed by Ryan Coogler, “Black Panther” details events when T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) takes over kingship of the hidden African nation Wakanda after his father passes (John Kani). The kingdom is technologically advanced due to its secret resource Vibranium, a priceless, almost magical metal. Unfortunately, T’Challa’s reign is challenged by an angry American former-black ops soldier, Erik “Killmonger” (Michael B. Jordan).

    With its black director and mostly black cast (with a couple of token white dudes), “Black Panther” was overhyped and overrated upon release. Critics were apparently afraid of being called “racist” by liberal fascists if they dared to be honest and say anything negative (rolling my eyes). The movie’s likable and certainly has its points of interest, but the characters are rather dull, except for Killmonger, and the story isn’t all that involving. It’s basically a mediocre superhero movie that has some blatant Bond-isms and is set apart by its primarily black cast and African locale. It fails to rise to the entertainment level of even “Ant-Man” (2015).

    Still, it’s respectfully noble and the story provokes interesting questions, like isolationism vs. internationalism and African-American culture vs. Native African culture. But there’s some eye-rolling bits, like when Shuri (Letitia Wright) calls CIA agent Ross (Martin Freeman) a “colonizer,” which isn’t even accurate. Maybe it was supposed to be a joke.

    The waterfall fight between the Black Panther and Killmonger was an homage to the first issue of The Black Panther series in Jungle Action: Issue #6, September, 1973. At the end of that comic’s story T’Challa and Erik fight at the top of a waterfall culminating with Killmonger throwing Black Panther over the cliff. This issue was the beginning of the “Panther’s Rage” storyline by Don McGregor (featuring artists Billy Graham, Rich Buckler and Gil Kane), which ran for over two years in 13 issues of Jungle Action #6-18 and 209 pages, including the Epilogue. Many consider it the first graphic novel. Of course, this wasn’t the first appearance of the Black Panther (who debuted in 1966), but it was the first issue where he was the starring character.

    And it was this series that provided the intriguing exposition on T’Challa, Wakanda and its citizens, visitors & enemies. It’s a travesty that McGregor, who created the characters of Killmonger & W’Kabi (Daniel Kaluuya) and conceived this exposition, wasn’t acknowledged in this movie; shameful.

    THE FILM RUNS 2 hours, 14 minutes and was shot in Georgia (Atlanta, Fayetteville), South Korea (Busan) and Iguazú Waterfalls, Argentina. Ironically, nothing was shot in Africa. WRITERS: Coogler and Joe Robert Cole (and, uncredited, Don McGregor).

    GRADE: B-

  • trinistud1: Awesome movie
  • moovies: “Black Panther is Marvelous (pun intended)”

    T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) returns home to his native Wakanda to be crowned king. Not long after he’s challenged for the throne and war looms over his homeland.

    Black Panther isn’t your typical hero because let’s face it… He’s black. And apart from Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman) and Smeagol (Andy Serkis), everybody’s black. And that’s the way it should be.
    The entire cast delivers. Boseman is excellent as king T’Challa who struggles with his new role. It doesn’t get any easierr when Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan) shows up. Killmonger is a mean SOB yet you care for him (some good writing right there). He’s a worthy adversary and one of the better Marvel villains. Jordan portrays him perfectly. Director Ryan Coogler and Michael B. Jordan are a match made in heaven. This is their third collaboration after ‘Fruitvale Station’ and ‘Creed’ and again they’re successful. The movie itself gets better as Jordan’s role gets bigger.

    The female characters and actors are equally impressive. Especially Nakia (Lupita Nyong’o) and Okoye (Danai Gurira) steal the show.

    There’s less humour in ‘Black Panther’ than we’re used to seeing in Marvel films but that’s not a bad thing. The movie doesn’t need it.

    Though it’s set in (fictional) Africa there wasn’t any filming done in Africa. Nonetheless the movie looks right. The makers did a great job of creating Wakanda. Huge props to costume designer Ruth E. Carter and composer Ludwig Göransson who help bring Wakanda to life.
    On the downside there’s a lot of CGI. Sometimes it’s too obvious (rhinos say hi). Despite that the battle scenes are beautifully choreographed. Especially Okoye wielding her spear is a thing to behold.

    All in all ‘Black Panther’ is another wonderful addition to the MCU and we can’t wait to see what role T’Challa and his sidekicks are going to play in ‘Avengers: Infinity War’.

  • tmdb44006625: Black Panther will probably be remembered as a culturally significant film more so than a great one, but that shouldn’t take away from the movie’s deeper theme of inclusivity. This is a really good movie with heart and intelligence.

    The fact that I have issues with the pacing, the generic action, or that I don’t find Killmonger as complex a villain as the movie thinks is my problem. But I don’t understand how people can hate on Black Panther because it integrates social and political themes into its narrative. Isn’t contemporary relevance key in determining the greatness of a film?

  • Nelson: I really enjoyed this film, it was new uncharted never done before, and they delivered a marvel masterpiece. I look forward to seeing the next one…
  • quasar1967: overhyped before release and overrated after release, Black Panther is nothing more than another paint by numbers MCU movie, with boring characters and a lead that lacks charisma
  • Adam Rife: Overall Black Panther was an enjoyable movie, directed by Ryan Coogler. It is one of the biggest movies of 2018, with an outstanding cast who includes Chadwick Boseman and Michael b. jordan, amazing special effects, and a plot that leaves you on the downright edge of your seat for 2 hours and 15 minutes. After the tragic death of chadwick, had a thought about watch his movies and this one comes in my mind. This review is my tribute chadwick. This movie is pg-13, but it seems more 10 and up. The awesome sci-fi action story about a prince of an utopian country facing the incredible truth about his family, paperhelp and the mantle of the black panther, protector of the country Wakanda, was amazing, and fits in with the mcu series perfectly. I reccomend that you watch Captain america:civil war first, as it would make some elements more understandable If you like superhero action movies, fantasy, or science fiction, come see this awesome movie.
  • r96sk: Enjoyed that!

    ‘Black Panther’, the 18th MCU film, is very good. I really like the world building of Wakanda, as well as the cinematography and costume design. The cast are, as expected, excellent as well.

    Chadwick Boseman is terrific as T’Challa, as I knew he would be based on the glimpse we see of him in 2016’s ‘Captain America: Civil War’. He is the best actor here, but Danai Gurira runs him close. I’m a huge fan of Gurira’s due to her performances in ‘The Walking Dead’ so knew I’d rate her here too, she’s fun to watch – it’s cool to see her weapon-wielding once again.

    Elsewhere, Lupita Nyong’o is good and so is Letitia Wright; she’s great in 2015’s ‘Urban Hymn’, which I had seen her in previously. It’s a fairly stacked cast, with the likes of Forest Whitaker, Andy Serkis, Daniel Kaluuya and Michael B. Jordan also appearing; Jordan’s character isn’t the best, but he himself is more than solid.

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