Is a 'Black Panther' ride headed to Disney theme parks?

  • Is a 'Black Panther' ride headed to Disney theme parks?

Is a 'Black Panther' ride headed to Disney theme parks?

It's pretty cool to see how drastically Black Panther has pushed things forward, both in the entertainment industry and the culture at large. Everybody was getting hyped. Disney announced on Monday that they would be donating $1 million of the proceeds from the film Black Panther to S.T.E.M. programs at the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. "When the opportunity for Black Panther came up, we immediately thought this would be the ideal project for Kendrick, Top and TDE to put their creative vision to".

No longer will children desiring an African American superhero to look up to have to settle for weak supporting roles like Falcon and War Machine. The two Avengers movies are all that remains for the Wakandan king (and protector) to take the crown.

The character development is excellent as well. It didn't slow down in its second weekend either.

It also has the second most successful domestic four day opening at the box office ever at $242 million, second only to The Force Awakens.

Director and co-writer Ryan Coogler added: "Obviously, the superhero is who puts you in the seat. I saw lots of stereotypes, and that's clearly the difference in why I really wanted to play that part", said Wright. This movie is inspiring in more ways than one, and I for one, am glad that there is finally a movie about black people that isn't about gang violence or drugs. Her strength and presence especially during a fight scene made him gravitate toward her, he said.

Telling the back story of Wakanda would be a game changer.

"I believe that many are reaching out because there's this secularized need for us to feel like those who have been told that they were less than ..."

Others thought maybe it had something to do with Tesco not having the rights to use the film's brand for its product, or that it was the supermarket's own brand offering of a popular product. And it's poised to do even more than that in the weeks to come. "It's not the race or the sex of the actors in a movie, it's the quality of the movie that matters", Fithian said. "At this time and place right now, in this society we're in right now, I think it was like flawless timing."James actually compared the timing of the movie to Larry Bird and Magic Johnson entering the National Basketball Association together, lifting the league to new heights after floundering for quite some time".