Black Panther is the ruler and protector of the African nation of Wakanda. Using technology, wits, and extraordinary fighting ability he must protect his nation from an invasion led by Ulysses Klaw, the man who killed his father.
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D.A.Jackson- T'Challa/ Black Panther
Keith Carodine- Wakandan Task Master
Joshua Peterson- Wakandan training partner #1
Johnathan Harding II - Wakandan training partner #2
Black Panther Body Armor and Mask by Shawshank Cosplay
Black Panther Under Armor by K.E.Jackson
Camera - Phillip Marcel, Stacston Carter, D.A. Jackson
Training Hall Provided by The Gainesville Dojo
Fights Choreographed by D.A.Jackson
Additional help- Keith Teller, Viswas Kanu, David Smitherman, YY Jackson, Qy Jackson
Written, Directed, and Edited by D.A.Jackson
Black Panther director and scriptwriter Ryan Coogler was determined to make the film’s fictional setting of Wakanda a positive image of Africa. African audiences have rewarded this vision by making it the highest grossing film in southern, East and West Africa ever.
Black Panther has grossed 77,6 million rand (just under $6.5 million) in South Africa and its neighboring countries, and another 102.4 million Kenyan shillings (just over $1 million) in cinemas in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, and Rwanda. In Nigeria, Ghana, and Liberia the film has hauled in 642,5 million naira ($1.77 million).
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Having already broken seemingly hundreds of box office records, Black Panther looks set to mark another landmark.
The Marvel blockbuster will reportedly become the first movie released into cinemas in Saudi Arabia in over 35 years.
Last year, Saudi Arabia announced the 35-year ban on movie theatres was finally coming to an end, the latest social push by the country's young Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
Theatres were initially shut down during the 1980's following a wave of ultraconservatism, spearheaded by Saudi Arabia's clerics who viewed Western movies as sinful.
The fictional Dora Milaje were Wakanda's all-female fighting force. Now a partnership between Sony Pictures and a Nigerian production studio will tell the story of the Dahomey Warriors, a 19th century female army from West Africa.
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