Upcoming ‘Black Panther’ Movie to Have Predominately Black Cast

The set for Marvel’s upcoming “Black Panther” film will undoubtedly be flourishing with lots of melanin magic! 

 

 

Reports claim that “Black Panther” will feature an approximated 90% black cast with heavy hitters such as Chadwick Boseman who will play T’Challa a.k.a Black Panther and Lupita Nyong’o who will co-star in the film. 

 

 

“Creed” actor Michael B. Jordan will also join the cast, making this project his third time working with director Ryan Coogler. 

 

Ryan and Michael have worked previously on films “Creed” and “Fruitvale Station.”

 

It is unclear who Michael will play, but sources claim that he will be a villain in the film. 

 

“Black Panther” will reportedly be released on Feb. 16, 2018 and will begin filming early 2017. 

 

If the success of Marvel’s recent film “Captain America: Civil War” is any indication for the success of “Black Panther,” then it looks like “Black Panther” will be a hit. 

 

 

“Civil War” has garnered rave reviews specifically for Chadwick Boseman’s awesome performance as Black Panther.

 

Will Chadwick and his “Black Panther” cast mates create success with the upcoming film? 

 

 

Sound off below! 

 

Story From:  Us Weekly, Vanity Fair, Hollywood Reporter, Collider