Ryan Coogler wants to make female-focused Black Panther spin-off

Ryan Coogler wants to make female-focused Black Panther spin-off

The 46-year-old actor stars as Everett K. Ross in the widely acclaimed Marvel movie, which features a predominantly black cast, but Martin doubts the film will spark a significant social change in the US.

Martin - who has also starred in the "Hobbit" movies - said it's important to keep the potential influence of films in perspective. "That would be wonderful if the opportunity came up". "They did it in the comic-book version". "[These actresses] could easily carry their own movie". "Some of them have before!"

When asked by moderator and critic, Elvis Mitchell is the female characters were as important as the male voices in the film, Coogler didn't even hesitate.

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Wright-who plays Shuri, the bad-ass and brilliant younger sister of King T'Challa-signaled she was all about the idea by adorably tweeting, "Ready big bro".

Although nothing is set in stone-and Marvel is staying mum on the future of the MCU beyond Avengers 4 for now, a Black Panther sequel is pretty much a sure thing. When you first meet him, colonization hasn't touched his life, and I've never seen a character like that in a movie. "That's one of my favorite parts of the movie when I watched it, and I didn't expect that" he said.

According to Vulture, Ryan invited the students to watch the panel and said, "Sometimes it can be challenging when you're in a talk and you look out and you don't see faces that are like yours".

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