I don’t care about the color of their skin, I care that they are both great actresses.
I could easily see her becoming the MCU’s version of Ironheart.
Personally, I want Shuri to become the connective tissue of the MCU going forward, like how SHIELD/Fury was early on. I would not complain one bit about her being in every movie from here on out. It would be easier to find excuses for her to show up, but if they can figure out how to make it make sense, I’d love for…
I’m literally having a discussion about this in a Facebook comic group right now. A couple of us are going off on tangents about how cool it would be if Shuri takes over Tony Stark’s role of R&D for the Avengers after RDJ finally decides he’s done with these movies.
I would actually prefer Nakia in the suit. Shuri is great and all, but I like the idea of a spy Black Panther a bit more.
I would be fine with literally any excuse to get more Shuri on the big screen. She stole every scene and I adored her.
I would star, but fuck God for that shit.
Worf does not approve
(This is still my favorite Far Side coffee mug. :)
I see Farside, I upvote.
How to solve the gun problem:
i really like star wars and i really like women - these movies have been win-win for me.
I know several people who have seen this and the word of mouth has been most impressive. That it pisses off all the right people is just icing on the cake. I can’t wait to see it.
Angela Bassett should have been Storm, all others are pretenders.
I’ve been talking about the movie all day today (forgetting I actually have to do work at work). There’s the initial beauty of the movie. The well written dialogue. The representation of not just black actors/actresses but especially darker skinned actors/actresses. But there are just so many themes that the movie…
I saw this yesterday in a theater full of black MBA’s who bought out the theater for the occasion and was overcome. Since I was a child I’ve wanted this movie to be made. I’ve followed Black Panther as a character since I discovered him in grade school and have identified and loved every piece of associated work.
Black Panther, as an idea, has persisted in our imaginations for well over a year. More than just dominating conversations, the film’s mere existence, its possibilities, and its rare cast of gifted dark-skinned black people, allowed us to fantasize. The Marvel world of Wakanda, though it’s been around for over 50…
Ya the more Zelda on the Switch the better.
Or no one could say anything and then no one would be thinking about it except the racists but then at least it would be racists that made us think about it if they actually said anything.