Black Panther Plot Details Revealed


Marvel's Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman sat down with EW and was very open about what we can expect from the movie, as he touches on when the events of Black Panther take place in the MCU, the tone of the film and Michael B. Jordan's Killmonger being a villain. 

It’s shortly after Civil War has ended so he’s still in mourning. There’s a guilt in terms of taking the throne. There’s a feeling that he wishes that his father would have been alive to see it, if he would have given up the throne for being too old. That’s the ideal way. His mindset is one of guilt and unsureness because he doesn’t have [his father] there.
Generally, there is unrest because there’s no leader on the throne. We’re dealing with a similar thing right now in this country. Just because a person was elected doesn’t mean everybody agrees with the things he’s going to do. Having to make the first decisions … what do you do first? What do you choose to do that’s going to get everybody on your side? It’s a political drama essentially.
Klaue is the real villain. I can say that I identify with Killmonger’s character. It’s going to be a fun character. He definitely has a different point of view. They are polar opposites. A superhero movie is only as great as its villains. I think they both provide a piece of that.

Black Panther is shaping up to be one of the best movies Marvel has made. It being SDCC week, we can only hope Marvel releases a new trailer. Soon!

Black Panther premieres in theaters on February 16, 2018.

Cyclops From The 90s

Courtesy of @ComicsGalaxy on the Twitter, we've got an unofficial look at Tye Sheridan in his as Cyclops in X-Men: Dark Phoenix and Scott looks like he's sporting a fresh off the page visor and haircut. 

Does anyone else hear the title song from X-Men: The Animated Series? X-Men: Dark Phoenix opens in theaters on November 2, 2018.

Gotham Season 4: The Rise Of Baby Batman

Fox's Gotham Season 4 is keeping with superhero tradition by adding a colon and a subtitle. Season 4 of one of the most entertaining superhero shows on TV today will officially be called, Gotham: Dawn of Night.  

Fans of the show know that Bruce's slow transition into Batman got quite the boost in the final moments of the series 3 finale, as a masked Bruce saves a family from being mugged and then scales a building like the Dark Knight we all know. 

Odds are we're still another season away from Bruce actually donning a cowl, but we're definitely in for some more vigilante Bruce heroics as shown in the first poster. We see young Bats, played by David Mazouz, surveying his city from a  rooftop and on top of that is a new image of brooding Jim Gordon as played by Ben "Dry Toast" McKenzie. 


Gotham Season 4 premieres on September 28, 2017.