Marvel Studios is already dominating the box office with huge hits like The Avengers, and the Iron Man films having made over 7 billion dollars. Though, after Warner Bros. decided to announce their film schedule through to 2020 involving their DC Comics heroes, Marvel Studios was sure to make a response. And boy, was it a big one. Marvel invited many fans and reporters to witness Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige, and actors Chris Evans, Robert Downey, Jr., and Chadwick Boseman confirm movies that have been heavily rumored with set release dates. What movies were announced?
Marvel Studios put the rumors to rest, officially announcing the third Captain America film, Captain America: Civil War, which will loosely be based on the comic book crossover of the same name, and that Robert Downey, Jr. will return as his iconic Iron Man/Tony Stark role. Also, the third Avengers film, Avengers: Infinity War, will be so huge that the story will be split into two movies that will be released a year apart from each other.More films were announced and confirmed, but what should you know before heading to the theaters? We're taking a look at some of the announced storylines and characters. Which are you most excited to hear about? Make sure to vote up all the movies you'll definitely be waiting in line to see.
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As Black Panther/T'Challa will be making his debut in Captain America: Civil War, he will also be getting the spotlight in his own solo film on November 13, 2017. Actor Chadwick Boseman is set to portray the King of Wakanda. This marks the first African superhero to get their own film since Blade's trilogy, which concluded over a decade ago.
Black Panther has been subtly hinted at before in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Iron Man 2, when Tony is speaking with Nick Fury as a digital map with Wakanda prominently highlighted. Kevin Feige said the film will be about the "isolationist nation" of Wakanda meeting the rest of the world, which may go well and may not.
The Black Panther is the ceremonial title given to the chief of the advanced African nation of Wakanda. T'Challa was next in line after his father died to become Black Panther and king of Wakanda, but since he was just a young boy, he wasn't ready to take to the throne. It wasn't until he was older that he defeated various champions of the Wakandan tribes to prove his worthiness.
As king, T'Challa has access to a vast collection of magical artifacts, advanced technology, and leads what is described as one of the most powerful militaries on Earth. So, he's probably the one person you don't want to cross paths with.
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