The first reactions for Black Panther are finally out after a set of the audience got to experience the movie at its premiere. As expected, Marvel Studios continues with its winning streak but unlike others, it looks like the debut title has more than what fans asked for.
The raving reactions are mostly appreciating Michael B. Jordan’s performance in the movie. It looks like the actor’s portrayal of Eric Killmonger has stolen the spotlight.
Letitia Wright’s portrayal also seems to have turned heads going by the tweets. Some are also claiming that her character would inspire the young girls of this generation. Fans can check out all the tweets below.
MCU films receiving rave first reactions aren’t new since the studio has managed to do it throughout its 22-movie arc. However, Black Panther, in particular, is receiving immense appreciation for its representation of black women, amazing visuals, costume etc.
Some reactions are already suggesting that the film would receive several award nominations as well.
Fans must note that these are the first and early reactions to the movie. After the review embargo lift, a full in-depth breakdown of the film would give fans the perfect picture.
While the immense positive first reactions are sure to boost the film’s earning in the domestic and international box office, Black Panther was already on the same road thanks to Marvel’s amazing promotion via its trailers and promo production images.
Black Panther hits theatres on February 16th. The film will set up the events for the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War.
In other Marvel news, it was also revealed at the premiere that the first trailer for Ant-man and the Wasp is set to drop tomorrow. Stay Tuned with Pursue News to catch the trailer when it releases and for other updates related Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Shuri, played by @letitiawright, is absolutely delightful. I love that Shuri is so at ease with her brilliance and genius. And her scenes with T'Challa are so funny! #BlackPanther pic.twitter.com/Rch7LfSlqM
— ReBecca Theodore-Vachon (@FilmFatale_NYC) January 30, 2018
Like for real Michael B Jordan's Killmonger is the new Heath Ledger's Joker. The standard.
— Phil "2018 Will Be Worse" Owen (@philrowen) January 30, 2018
Black Panther looks, feels and sounds unlike any Marvel film to date. A visual feast. Wakanda is amazingly realized, the antagonist actually has an arc with emotional motivations. Marvels most political movie. So good. #BlackPanther
— Peter Sciretta (@slashfilm) January 30, 2018
#BlackPanther is way more topical than I anticipated, but also timeless in a way. It asks all of its characters what they stand for besides themselves. This is the kind of fantasy that inspires real heroism.
— Anthony Breznican (@Breznican) January 30, 2018
#BlackPanther: in a word, wow.
— Borys Kit (@Borys_Kit) January 30, 2018
“Black Panther” is one of Marvel’s most ambitious works and includes, in Michael B. Jordan’s Erik Killmonger, a top tier villain for Marvel or otherwise. He owns every scene he’s in and the film is everything it’s been billed as. Long may it reign. pic.twitter.com/KajWk3PNRm
— Frank Pallotta (@frankpallotta) January 30, 2018
Black Panther is the best MCU movie ever. I was blown away from start to finish and I’m not even being biased. This was by far the best marvel movie to date. Thank you, Ryan Coogler! #BlackPanther pic.twitter.com/8Qh0hlOYAb
— Geeks of Color (@GeeksOfColor) January 30, 2018
Saw #BlackPanther tonight at long last, and was so impressed by the characters and world building that Ryan Coogler brought to the MCU. This movie asks the right questions and challenges the right themes, while creating one of the most impactful villains to date with Killmonger. pic.twitter.com/6tBus6KZ2I
— Terri Schwartz (@Terri_Schwartz) January 30, 2018
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