Marvel hasn’t been the same ever since Avengers: Endgame. Since the beginning of Phase 4, it introduced the audience to different Disney+ series and brought in some new characters as well. For some fans, Phase 4 was a little disappointing in terms of films. As they feel Marvel doesn’t make movies like they used to in the past phases. But a movie from Phase 4 proved to be a good one in eyes of fans.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever wrapped up Phase 4 of the MCU. Even though, the film remains incomplete without the beloved Late Chadwick Boseman. Fans still felt it did a great job in paying homage to Boseman’s character T’Challa. The film has also received a total of five Oscar nominations.
Black Panther 2 Leaves Behind Thor 4 In Box Office Race
Apart from Black Panther 2, Thor: Love and Thunder were also one of the most anticipated movies of the franchise. Chris Hemsworth’s character was the only lucky Avenger to get a fourth sequel. After the release of the film, many people found it to be entertaining and enjoyable. But for the critics, it wasn’t that groundbreaking of a film. Thor 4 earned a total amount of $760M+ at the worldwide box office. The record is quite less than Thor: Ragnarok which scored $850M+ at the box office. The film made a total profit of $103M, according to Deadline.
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Speaking of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, it earned a box office record of $859M globally. Also, it brought an additional amount of $155M (home entertainment) and $170M (streaming) to its grand total. Keeping all the production, promotion, and earning costs in mind, the film earned in all $259M of profit. The 2018 film of the titular character made $1.3B globally with a profit mark of $476.8M.
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What Was Black Panther: Wakanda Forever About?
Black Panther’s character was first introduced in the film named Captain America: Civil War. Marvel onboarded Chadwick Boseman to portray the role of this iconic Marvel comic character. Fans have immensely loved how the late actor nailed the performance as Black Panther in every Marvel film. It took no time for his character to become a fan favorite. The news of the 43-year-old actor’s death devastated fans, family, and the industry, as they lost a gem of a person. Since then, fans had a question in their mind of who would take T’Challa’s legacy forward.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever centered around honoring the legacy of Boseman and dealing with the grief of the beloved superhero. The film depicted powerful emotions and narrated a heartfelt storyline. The movie also answered the question of who would take up the mantle of Black Panther. It introduced the viewers to a new villain in the MCU named Namor played by Tenoch Huerta. It also set up the story of the most anticipated series named Ironheart, by introducing Riri Williams into the universe.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is now streaming on Disney+.
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