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‘Black Panther’ reviews, interviews and reactions
Marvel’s “Black Panther” is ready for the record books: The first movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe led by a predominantly black cast. The first movie from a black filmmaker, Ryan Coogler, to boast a budget in the reported range of $200 million. And the first film led by a black cast, directed by a black filmmaker, expected to become a global blockbuster before it even opens.
Below you’ll find highlights of The Times’ coverage of “Black Panther” — including reviews, interviews, photos, videos and more. And check back because we’ll keep updating as the phenomenon rolls on.
We didn’t know we’d been yearning for it until it arrived, but now that it’s here it’s unmistakable that the wait for a film like “Black Panther” has been way longer than it should have been.
On one level this is the next-in-line Marvel Universe story of the ruler of the mythical African kingdom of Wakanda who moonlights as a superhero and has to contend with threats and problems both internal and external.
But “Black Panther,” as co-written and directed by Ryan Coogler and starring a deep bench of actors of color, is an against-the-grain $100-million-plus epic so intensely personal that when the usual Marvel touchstones (Stan Lee, anyone) appear, they feel out of place.