Black Panther’s Villain Twist Is Hidden In Wakanda’s History Lesson

Killmonger in Black Panther

Spoilers for Black Panther

Black Panther adds yet another complex and sympathetic villain to the MCU, and director Ryan Coogler was teasing Killmonger’s big twist from the film’s opening moments. Marvel is starting 2018 off with a bang, with Black Panther breaking numerous records both financially and critically; it’s currently the fifth-highest opener in cinema history and holds the best Rotten Tomatoes score of any superhero film. The accolades are unlikely to stop, either, as the positive press the film has received means fans will be coming back for repeat viewings.

Like the best Marvel movies, Black Panther definitely rewards those who rewatch it. Amidst all the spectacle, it can …

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Black Panther Tops Wizard of Oz as Rotten Tomatoes’ Best Movie of All-Time

Marvel’s Black Panther is now ranked as the best movie of all-time on Rotten Tomatoes. After spending 24 years stuck in development hell, Black Panther – directed by Ryan Coogler and based on a script Coogler co-wrote with screenwriter Joe Robert Cole – is breaking all sorts of records, box office and otherwise; no matter how high it goes, it just continues to climb higher and higher.

Black Panther pulled in $201.8 million at the domestic box office in its opening weekend, thus topping Deadpool‘s February opening record as well as scoring the fifth highest-grossing opening of …

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Bill & Ted 3 Would Bring Back William Sadler as Death

Keanu Reeves, William Sadler and Alex Winter in Bill and Ted.

Screenwriter Ed Solomon reveals that Bill and Ted 3 would bring back William Sadler’s scene-stealing Death. Solomon also recently shared plot details on the long-awaited Bill and Ted sequel, teasing the movie’s time-hopping escapades. Unfortunately, as of now, the film remains in the writing stage and has yet to secure financing.

Released in 1989, the original Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure tapped into slacker culture to deliver a clever riff on Back to the Future. Reeves and Winter starred as a pair of California dudes using a time-traveling phone booth to visit previous centuries and bring back famous figures from the past – all so …

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Michael B. Jordan Snuck Into Black Panther Screenings Opening Night

Michael B. Jordan opened up on his experience sneaking into an opening night screening of Black Panther, which he did in order to see the reactions of fans in a normal theater setting. The 31-year-old actor definitely had to slip through some massive crowds in order to get into the screening undetected, because Black Panther has had some of the greatest early success of any movie – not just for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It’s projected to earn $243 million domestically over the four-day President’s Day weekend, the second-highest mark behind only Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Jordan is a major part of Black Panther’s high critical acclaim. …

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20 Things That You Completely Missed In The DCEU

The DCEU can be praised for a number of different things, but its ability to sneak in details that add insane replayability to each instalment is one of its finer qualities. From a small poster in the background or a neon sign that confirms a fan favorite character’s presence in the universe to a split-second character tease that sets them up for a future movie, it all makes for great DC fan viewing goodness. And it’s not even limited to just universe-building through easter eggs either. There are so many different details implemented in each film that it’s difficult to keep track of them all.

Then there …

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