Ryan Coogler Revealed Chadwick Boseman Turned Down Reading The First Draft Of "Black Panther 2" Shortly Before His Death
Director and writer Ryan Coogler recalled wanting to send Chadwick Boseman his first draft of Black Panther 2, but the actor wanted to wait and then died shortly after.
"Sometimes you’ve got to do what you got to do until you do what you want to do."
"Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" Actor Janeshia Adams-Ginyard Breaks Down The Loss Of Chadwick Boseman And Working In The MCU
"Every day that I stepped on set, I had a silent prayer for him. I kept thinking, I'm here because of Chad."
Angela Bassett Admits It Was "Very Scary" To Hear About Queen Ramonda’s Arc In "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever"
"I was like, 'Ryan, what are you doing? Why?'" Angela Bassett said in a recent interview about the Black Panther sequel.
"Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" Deals With Shared Grief In The Most Unique Way Of Any Film I've Ever Seen
The film opens a bigger discussion about how Black and Brown communities deal with grief and generational trauma.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever's DIrector Ryan Coogler spoke to Chadwick Boseman only weeks before his death. "How he lived and how he died was unique."
Ryan Coogler's Chadwick Boseman necklace was made before they even started filming because "I wanted to have him close to me."
"Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" Director Ryan Coogler Paid Tribute To Chadwick Boseman With His Chain At The World Premiere
"He was an epic firework display. I will tell stories about being there for some of the brilliant sparks till the end of my days."
"Black Panther" Director Ryan Coogler Wanted To Walk Away From Hollywood After Chadwick Boseman's Death
"I didn't know if I could make another movie period, [let alone] another Black Panther movie, because it hurt a lot."
Police Bodycam Footage Shows "Black Panther" Director Ryan Coogler Being Mistakenly Detained As A Bank Robber
“I ain’t had guns drawn on me in a while, bro,” Ryan Coogler says to police in the video. “I just had guns drawn for taking money out my own account."
The filmmaker has since said he has "moved on."
"Black Panther" Director Ryan Coogler Says Chadwick Boseman Would've Wanted Them To Continue With The Sequel
"I know Chad wouldn't have wanted us to stop."
"I'm still currently going through it."
Ryan Coogler Is Developing A TV Series Set In Wakanda For Disney+, And This Is Truly What I Needed Today
I am so overwhelmed but so deeply excited for all of this Marvel content.
Simone Ashley And Jonathan Bailey Dancing Like Goofs On The Set Of "Bridgerton," And 60 Other Behind-The-Scenes Movie And TV Moments
Emilia Clarke in the Game of Thrones makeup room is truly something else.
A legend both on and off the screen.
Coogler's statement joined an outpouring of grief and tributes for Boseman after his death, including ones from his Black Panther costars.
"Judas And The Black Messiah" Is The Most Chilling Trailer I've Seen In A Long Time And I Am Here For It
The film stars Daniel Kaluuya and Lakeith Stanfield and was produced by Ryan Coogler...need I say more?
"Bitch, please. You've been to space" was improvised by Samuel L. Jackson in the new Spider-Man movie.
BRB, gotta go wipe away my tears.
Superheroes and musicals smashed, while Han Solo and J.K. Rowling crashed.
Happiness is a side of french fries.
It will be the basketball star's first major film role since Trainwreck in 2015.
Take my money now, Coogler.
Despite having the biggest opening of any other film to come out this March, Ava DuVernay’s A Wrinkle in Time is being pitted against what is likely one of the most successful films this year, for all the wrong reasons.
By making it clear that a massively successful superhero blockbuster can engage with complex political and ethical questions, Ryan Coogler’s film has raised the bar for everyone else in the cinematic universe.
"What are thooooose?!" Uh, Alexander McQueen sandals, actually.
BRB heading back to the theater.
🚨Warning: Black Panther spoilers ahead. 🚨
The official Black Panther Twitter account posted a letter from the director thanking moviegoers for a historic weekend.
In Black Panther, the black American experience is prioritized, raising the question of what blackness and identity mean beyond one’s borders. Spoilers below!
"My father used to take me here to come see whatever movie he thought a black father and a black son should come see together."
Coming from a largely African-American perspective, the creative team behind Black Panther molded Wakanda into a country that spans a continent. (Warning: Light spoilers ahead.)
Early projections for the groundbreaking Marvel Studios film suggest it could make as much as $140 million over the four-day Presidents Day weekend.
The reviews are in: Black Panther is incredible, at least according to the few people who've been chosen to see it.
Kendrick Lamar Is Producing The "Black Panther" Soundtrack, So Now We're Even More Hyped For This Movie
Director Ryan Coogler said he "can't wait for the world to hear" what Kendrick has in store.
A reminder that #BlackLivesMatter.
Filmmakers Ryan Coogler and Ava DuVernay, Grammy nominee Janelle Monae, Grey's Anatomy star Jesse Williams, comedian Hannibal Buress, and more will be a part of the event, which will coincidentally take place the same night as the Oscars.
"I really do owe everything to these two young men, for sure," he said of Coogler and Creed star Michael B. Jordan at the Oscar nominees luncheon in Beverly Hills.
Creed filmmaker Ryan Coogler will direct the 2018 superhero movie Black Panther.
From Amy Schumer and Daisy Ridley to Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, here are the actors, filmmakers, and studios with reason to celebrate their 2015 — and others who likely are happy to see it go.
"Those of us who are fortunate enough to have our dreams come true, we have that moment happen, and then it's like, holy shit, it's really scary," director Ryan Coogler told BuzzFeed News. "That's what this fight was for Adonis." SPOILERS!
Director Ryan Coogler first fell in love with filmmaking while watching the Rocky franchise as a kid. Now, he's giving it new life — and a lot of feeling — with Creed. Here's how the 29-year-old channeled his family's tragedy to make it happen...with Sylvester Stallone's blessing.