19 Clever Details You Might've Missed From "Black Panther" That Prove It's Still One Of The Best Marvel Movies In Existence
There's a lot more to T'Challa's sneakers than we thought.
In honor of the trailer dropping, let's check out some of the genius details that appeared in Black Panther and other Marvel movies that you might've missed. We're sure the next one will be chock-full of them too!
Cap's shield is impenetrable...except for Black Panther's claws:
Nakia, Okoye, and T'Challa's casino oufits were picked with purpose:
Shuri put even more thought into the design of T'Challa's sneakers than we thought:
This neat little detail about Wakandan technology:
The original comic book villain was literally made of sound. In the movie, he jokes about having a SoundCloud:
There's some details hidden in plain sight, like this ship that looks just like T'Challa's mask:
The glowing highlights of Black Panther's costume appears in this credit tag at the end of Spider-Man: Far From Home:
In Iron Man 2, you can see Wakanda circled on Nick Fury's map. Perhaps Nick Fury was considering inviting Black Panther to join the Avengers Initiative. You can also see Norway circled with a blurry image of Thor!
This heartwarming message hidden in Black Panther's Habit suit:
This change in jewelry placement that I never noticed before:
The moment where Black Panther's suit exploded with kinetic energy:
If you look closely, you can actually see the crater beside the mining facility right at the beginning of the movie:
Killmonger attacks three locations (London, New York, and Hong Kong), which just so happen to be exactly where the three sanctums in Doctor Strange are:
Maybe an obvious one to some, but Shuri took direct inspiration from Back to the Future: Part II:
The vibranium in Black Panther's suit has the ability to absorb all sound, so in some scenes, he actually makes zero noise.
In Avengers: Age of Ultron, Bruce Banner was scrolling on Wakanda's Wikipedia page:
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever hits theaters on Nov. 11, 2022.
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