Actor Chadwick Boseman made his debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as the Super Hero “Black Panther” in Marvel Studios’ “Captain America: Civil War,” in May 2016.
On 16th February, he will be seen in “Black Panther,” the exciting first superhero film of 2018, post which he will reprise the role again for Marvel Studios’ “Avengers: Infinity War” in April.
With the stunning visuals, backflips and stunts already stirring the fan frenzy, Chadwick reveals what makes Black Panther different from other superheroes and his extensive training for the film!
When asked about the stunt training he said, “It’s cool. It’s obviously intense and lot of work and sweat. But it’s been cool collaborating with those guys about the style of movement. To me, that’s one of the most fun things. It’s like dancing. Part of what I wanted to make sure is that there is some legitimate African movement and African martial arts present to tell the story of Wakanda as a military nation as well. And they’ve been completely open to all of that stuff. Sometimes it felt like we were training for a real fight. So that was fun”
What separates Black Panther from the other Marvel heroes, Chadwick quips, “A thing that stood out to me even in the comic books was that he is a strategist; he’s a leader, a world leader. That’s a responsibility that Super Heroes don’t commonly have. It’s a conflict that they don’t commonly have in that he has to look out for an entire nation and then also consider that nation’s place in the world and how they affect the rest of the world. So I think that’s the main difference between Black Panther and others.”
Marvel Studios’ Black Panther releases on 16th February 2018.