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Michael Clarke Duncan was a great Kingpin and the way the role was written I thought Tilda Swinton did a good job in Doctor Strange. Here it's not about creative liberties but commercial reasons for a movie full of African characters not casting any Africans. Being from AUS, this music doesn't resonate at all, and just seems like Gansta rap. So because he's from Africa, that means he's like African-American and so gangsta rap suits the movie? Since you can't be bothered educating yourself, let me do it for you: the lyrics to that mix come from Gil Scott Heron's poem "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised", which is about the Black Power movement and is appropriate to the plot of the movie.
What's annoying me is that it seems like they've copied many of the elements of Priest's Black Panther run, but not the vibe. So because he's from Africa, that means he's like African-American and so gangsta rap suits the movie? It's also mixed over what I believe is part of the film's score.
Feige dished on Black Panther in a chat with Empire (via CBM). “Not only do you get an unbelievable lead character, but you also get all of Wakanda which is a whole new setting and culture to explore.”“It’s a big geopolitical action adventure that focuses on the family and royal struggle of T’Challa in Wakanda, and what it means to be a king,” Feige explained.
Executive producer Nate Moore has teased a younger, “more fiery” version of the character in Civil War, as compared to the comics, but we’ll have to wait and see if and how he’ll have evolved by the time we get to Black Panther.“T’Challa’s story is very important to us as it links to the next Avengers films, which is why we brought it forward,” Feige teased.
’ And there’s a damn good chance that they will think just what you mentioned because it would be a great idea, and little by little, everything you want to see will come along because they’re just like you. Article attached indicates Stallone may have a role for him in the next Expendables movie. Get Spike Lee and have a scene of him eating pizza. T'Challa is supposed to be super smart at the level of the best brains in the Marvel universe (Stark, Banner, Reeds etc) and has studied aboard (Uni of Oxford) and wasn't always stuck in Wakanda.
They’re fans of the stories and are trying to think, ‘What will the fans like to see next? ’So they’re working on Ant-Man, working on Doctor Strange; they’re working on Guardians of the Galaxy; they’re working on God knows what. So, back on topic, Snipes may be a starter for this role. Someone of that caliber of intelligence and experience don't need an exotic accent.
the lyrics to that mix come from Gil Scott Heron's poem "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised", which is about the Black Power movement and is appropriate to the plot of the movie.
It's also mixed over what I believe is part of the film's score.
Plus, it matches the urban/tech/kick-ass vibe of the trailer.
Nice – didn't know that but I thought the music was excellent personally.
Gave it a bit of a gritty feel and those words just resonated with the vibe of someone trying to find their feet and facing opposition as a new ruler. If you seriously think that message was conspicuously conveyed in that trailer you are deluding yourself.To my knowledge right now he's not elected, he's born into it.