Glamovie.com – “Black Panther” is referred to as one of the most successful MCU films. Even director Ryan Coogler’s film has repeatedly broken records since the presale period to top the box office for five consecutive weeks.
“Black Panther” is also called a separate phenomenon because it dares to raise the theme of black race and African culture in a superhero film. Even because of its phenomenal, the property of the film “Black Panther” will be exhibited at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington DC, United States.
Reported by Aceshowbiz on Wednesday (27/6), the property on display includes the original Black Panther costume worn by Chadwick Boseman. There are also movie scripts signed directly by Ryan Coogler, Kevin Feige, as well as other Marvel Studios officials.
According to representatives of the museum, the property was exhibited because the “Black Panther” claimed to be a milestone that was quite important for the black race. Even the film set in the Wakanda fictitious country is said to be able to change the way people think about the black community.
“Films and their collections illustrate black developments, an industry that in the past looked down on blacks, or lowered blacks into marginalized and even one-dimensional figures. The film, like this museum, gave a more complete story about black culture and identity. , “said a museum representative.
They also called Black Panther the first African superhero to appear in American comics. Naturally, when filmed, African culture was included so nicely that “Black Panther” became one of the best-selling films. (Glamovie).