It was expected Marvel's Black Panther and its massive box office take domestically would fare well given the enormous fanfare surrounding the superhero film, and it appears that has spread to global audiences. Marvel believed in Black Panther, and deliberately set "the whole third act" of Infinity War in Wakanda.
The movie doesn't seem like it's going to stop breaking records any time soon, so we can only imagine how major the sequel will be. He had this to say.
"Black Panther" keeps in tradition with other Marvel films as an action-filled film, but it's also praised for its use of traditional African culture, starring a predominantly black cast, female warriors and a soundtrack featuring many black recording artists. "One of the favorite pastimes at Marvel Studios is sitting around [while filming] a Part One and talking and dreaming about what we would do in a Part Two".
"Black Panther" is too good of a superhero movie, so it's not impossible if it becomes the first to get a Best Picture nomination at next year's Academy Awards. Moore took it one step further, noting that multiple sequels and spin-offs have been discussed.
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"I now understand what director Ryan Coogler meant when he told NPR recently that original Black Panther creators Stan Lee and Jack Kirby ".tapped into something when they said, 'Man, what if that never happened to a place?'" "But ["Black Panther"] was one that we felt it was imperative that they experienced and witnessed".
"Black Panther" looks to be on its way to be in that company. "Never in a million years did we imagine that you all would come out this strong", he wrote.
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Another source says, "There is a lot of buzz in China around the film, and due to the Marvel branding fans will probably help open it pretty nicely".
The plan to push forward with Black Panther, even before the film went on to gross $500 million (£360m) domestic and counting, is also why sequels were already being considered.