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BLACK PANTHER Featurette “From Page To Screen” Released

BLACK PANTHER Featurette “From Page To Screen” Released

It’s almost as if it were a New Year and everyone was back at it and it’s almost as if Black Panther were the first big blockbuster slated to come out this calendar year. Ya think? Ramping up the crescendo of ad blitzes that included earlier news about a Black Panther musical collaboration, Kevin Feige et al have now released a Black Panther featurette called “From Page to Screen.”

The video, which is embedded below, is a short behind the scenes sequence about the upcoming movie and it’s popular hero, T’Challa.

The Black Panther featurette is a Short 90 second clip with some cool shots from Black Panther’s first appearance in Civil War, including shots from the classic comic books, and interviews with Marvel CEO Kevin Feige and star Chadwick Bosman.

Black Panther” stars Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira, Martin Freeman, Daniel Kaluuya, Letitia Wright, Winston Duke, with Angela Bassett, with Forest Whitaker, and Andy Serkis.

The film is directed by Ryan Coogler and produced by Kevin Feige with Louis D’Esposito, Victoria Alonso, Nate Moore, Jeffrey Chernov and Stan Lee serving as executive producers. Ryan Coogler & Joe Robert Cole wrote the screenplay. Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther” hits U.S. theaters on February 16, 2018.

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J. Don Birnam

J. Don Birnam, a voting member of the New York Film Critics Online, has been a movie lover since he saw the first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film in theaters at a tender age, and has been a devoted student of American film history every since. His favorite films range from Back to the Future to West Side Story, depending on the time of day, and has a mildly unhealthy obsessions with the Academy Awards. Any similarity with the slightly unstable writer in the seminal 1944 film ‘The Lost Weekend’ is pure coincidence

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