==Black Panther== Action, Drama, Sci-Fi | 16 February 2018 (USA) - T'Challa, the new ruler of the advanced kingdom of Wakanda, must defend his land from being torn apart by enemies from outside and inside the country.
====Director:==== Ryan Coogler
====Writers:==== Joe Robert Cole (screenplay), Ryan Coogler (screenplay) | Jack Kirby ... (comic book)Stan Lee ... (comic book)
====Stars:==== Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong'o
==Black Panther== 2018 Movie - The origin of the Marvel hero Black Panther, chief of the Panther tribe of the African nation Wakanda.
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T'Challa, after the death of his father, the King of Wakanda, returns home to the isolated, technologically advanced African nation to succeed to the throne and take his rightful place as king.
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Black Panther is a 2018 American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. Produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, it is the eighteenth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). It is directed by Ryan Coogler, written by Coogler and Joe Robert Cole, and stars Chadwick Boseman as T'Challa / Black Panther, alongside Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong'o, Danai Gurira, Martin Freeman, Daniel Kaluuya, Letitia Wright, Winston Duke, Angela Bassett, Forest Whitaker, and Andy Serkis. In Black Panther, T'Challa returns home as king of Wakanda but finds his sovereignty challenged by a long-time adversary, in a conflict with global consequences.
Centuries ago, five African tribes warred over a meteorite containing vibranium. A warrior ingested a "heart-shaped herb" that was affected by the metal and gained superhuman abilities. He became the first "Black Panther", and united all tribes (except the Jabari Tribe who declined) to form the nation of Wakanda. Over time, the Wakandans used the vibranium to develop advanced technology and isolated themselves from the world by posing as a Third World country.
In 1992, King T'Chaka travels to Oakland, California, to visit his undercover brother, N'Jobu. Black market arms dealer Ulysses Klaue had infiltrated Wakanda and stolen vibranium, and T'Chaka accuses N'Jobu of assisting him. N'Jobu's friend reveals himself to be Zuri, another undercover Wakandan, who confirms T'Chaka's suspicions.
In the present day, following T'Chaka's death at the hands of Helmut Zemo,[N 1] his son T'Challa returns to Wakanda to assume the throne. He and Okoye, the leader of the Dora Milaje regiment, extract his ex-lover Nakia from an undercover assignment so she can attend his coronation ceremony, along with his mother Ramonda and younger sister Shuri. At the ceremony, the Jabari Tribe's leader M'Baku challenges T'Challa for the crown in ritual combat. T'Challa defeats M'Baku and convinces him to surrender rather than die.
Klaue and Erik Stevens steal a Wakandan artifact from a museum. T'Challa learns that Klaue plans to sell the artifact in an underground casino in Busan, South Korea. W'Kabi, T'Challa's friend and Okoye's lover, urges him to either kill Klaue or return with him. T'Challa, Okoye, and Nakia travel to the casino where T'Challa learns CIA agent Everett K. Ross is the intended buyer. A firefight breaks out, Klaue escapes, and Okoye, Nakia and Ross pursue. With Shuri's help, T'Challa captures Klaue.
While Ross interrogates Klaue, Klaue reveals that Wakanda's international image is just a front for a technologically advanced civilization. They are ambushed by Erik, who extracts Klaue; Ross is severely injured intercepting a bullet for Nakia. T'Challa notices Erik is wearing a ring identical to his own. T'Challa decides to take Ross to Wakanda where their technology can save him rather than pursue Klaue.
While Shuri heals Ross, T'Challa confronts Zuri about what happened to N'Jobu. Zuri explains that N'Jobu planned to share Wakanda's technology with people of African descent around the world to help them conquer their oppressors. As T'Chaka arrested N'Jobu, N'Jobu attacked Zuri, forcing T'Chaka to kill him. They left behind N'Jobu's son, Erik, as returning with him would complicate their lie that N'Jobu had disappeared. Erik would eventually grow into a U.S. black ops soldier, earning the name "Killmonger".
Killmonger kills Klaue, then takes his body to Wakanda. He is brought before the tribal elders, revealing his identity and claim to the throne. He challenges T'Challa to ritual combat; after killing Zuri, he defeats T'Challa and hurls him over a waterfall. Nakia extracts one of the heart-shaped herbs before Killmonger orders the rest incinerated. Killmonger, supported by W'Kabi and his army, prepares to distribute shipments of Wakandan weapons to operatives around the world. Nakia, Shuri, Ramonda and Ross flee to the Jabari Tribe for aid, where they find a comatose T'Challa, rescued by the Jabari in repayment for sparing M'Baku's life. Healed by Nakia's herb, T'Challa requests aid from M'Baku, who declines.
T'Challa returns to fight Killmonger, who commands W'Kabi and his army to attack T'Challa. The Dora Milaje, joined by Shuri and Nakia, battle Killmonger, who dons his own Black Panther suit. Shuri instructs Ross to remotely pilot a jet to shoot down the planes carrying the vibranium weapons. M'Baku and the Jabari eventually arrive to assist T'Challa. When confronted by Okoye, W'Kabi and his army surrender. Fighting in Wakanda's vibranium mine, T'Challa disrupts Killmonger's suit and fatally stabs him. Killmonger declines an offer to be healed and imprisoned, choosing instead to die a free man.
T'Challa establishes an outreach center at the building where N'Jobu died to be run by Nakia and Shuri. In a mid-credits scene, T'Challa appears before the United Nations to reveal Wakanda's true nature to the world. In a post-credits scene, Shuri continues to help Bucky Barnes with his recuperation.
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