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‘Black Panther’ movie could break Marvel opening records….

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“Black Panther” can’t stop exceeding expectations.

Ryan Coogler’s movie, starring Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o and Angela Bassett, is currently tracking to bring in $165 million during its opening weekend, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

That would put “Black Panther” among the top five or six openings for a superhero movie, including “The Avengers” ($207.4 million), “Avengers: Age of Ultron” ($191.3 million), “Captain America: Civil War” ($179.1 million), “Iron Man 3” ($174.1 million), “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” ($166 million) and “The Dark Knight Rises” ($160.9 million).

The movie has also sold more advance IMAX tickets than any other Marvel movie, IMAX Entertainment CEO Greg Foster told Variety.

‘Black Panther’ review: A new icon and pure comic-book action

“Black Panther,” which currently boasts a 97% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, premieres in theaters Friday….

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I’m sure Donald Trump isn’t gonna want to sit down to see this movie, eh?

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The Falcon will become the new Captain America in the comic book….

And for those who don’t know it?

The falcon, Sam Wilson, is Black….


There’s a new Captain America coming to town.

Sam Wilson, Captain America’s longtime partner The Falcon, will be replacing Steve Rogers this fall in the comic book series, Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada revealed on Comedy Central’s “The Colbert Report” Wednesday night.

“Well if there is one bird associated with America, it is the falcon,” Colbert remarked.

Wilson will officially take on the cowl and shield in “All-New Captain America #1” by Rick Remender and Stuart Immonen.

Colbert addressed the fact that Wilson is black, to which Quesada said, “I don’t see colors.” This prompted Colbert to ask, “If you don’t see colors, how do you do comic books?”

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Wilson is the second former sidekick to take on the Captain America identity in the past decade, and will be the seventh character to use the name in Marvel continuity.

“I’ve been having a lot of fun writing Sam,” Remender said in a Marvel.com interview. “It’s a completely different attitude. The fact that he’s not a soldier shifts things up a bit. Sam’s not going to be Steve. Steve can be very rigid. That can be kind of joyless at times, whereas Sam is absolutely not that.”