Il 9 novembre uscirà al cinema Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, il sequel del film vincitore di 3 premi Oscar nel 2018 che dovrà affrontare l’improvvisa morte del protagonista Chadwick Boseman e portare avanti la storia di Shuri (Letitia Wright), ora alla guida del Regno di Wakanda.
Questa notte si è svolta a Los Angeles la world premiere del film, in occasione della quale la stampa americana ha avuto modo di visionare la pellicola di Ryan Coogler per la prima volta. Ecco alcune reaction:
I know you don’t believe when people come out of a world premiere and say a movie is awesome….but #BlackPantherWakandaForever is a fantastic sequel and a great movie. I knew it’d be emotional and it was. Expect your eyes to leak. Great job #RyanCoogler pic.twitter.com/unJDi8VGRt
— Steven Weintraub (@colliderfrosty) October 27, 2022
Takes real artistry to make something as huge & expansive as Wakanda Forever feel intimate and heartfelt. All hail the mighty Coogler. Loved it.
— Rian Johnson (@rianjohnson) October 27, 2022
#WakandaForever is amazing! Coogler delivered an epic and emotional sequel that is an incredible tribute to Chadwick Boseman’s legacy. Letitia Wright, Angela Bassett and Tenoch Huerta give their all in the roles.
This is easily the best movie from phase 4. pic.twitter.com/f8t6NOq8xt
— Dorian Parks (@DorianParksnRec) October 27, 2022
Black Panther: #WakandaForever is as epic as Marvel sequels get. The story is hugely ambitious & thematically rewarding with gut-wrenching twists and turns throughout. You feel the length but it’s fun, wildly beautiful and has the best credits scene in Marvel history, no contest. pic.twitter.com/zD8nYIFKXC
— Germain Lussier (@GermainLussier) October 27, 2022
#WakandaForever is blockbuster filmmaking on another level. It surpasses the incredible first film with high stakes and and thrilling world-building.
It’s an emotional, dark journey, leading to a full-scale war, but always feels personal.
This may be the best Marvel movie yet. pic.twitter.com/ZMPMBaJ6In
— Daniel Howat (@howatdk) October 27, 2022
#WakandaForever's bigger in scope and scale than #BlackPanther, but its story is also one of Marvel's most intimate and heartfelt. It's definitely a Comic Book Movie, but it’s one that centers grief and the grieving process rather than superheroics and spectacle. Full review soon pic.twitter.com/MzIjwVzjBd
— Charles, Witch from Mercury (@CharlesPulliam) October 27, 2022
#WakandaForever is absolutely EPIC!
The action is awe-inspiring, the cinematography is exquisite & it’s emotionally gut-wrenching!
— POC Culture – Wakanda Forever (@POCculture) October 27, 2022
Watching #WakandaForever is like jumping ahead in time and seeing a film you imagine might be made years from now. Like Wakanda it’s technologically, visually & spiritually wondrous. Ryan Coogler has imo delivered his best film. A tribute. Full of heart and wit. Just thrilling. pic.twitter.com/Wx0zP9jpoD
— Nikki Novak (@NikkiNovak) October 27, 2022
#WakandaForever is phenomenal. Easily the best MCU project of Phase 4. I can not understate how masterful the score is from start to finish. There are no weak links in the cast, but I have to give a special shoutout to Angela Basset and Letitia Wright who really blew me away. pic.twitter.com/vzKmvow7Gs
— Jack McBryan (@McBDirect) October 27, 2022
#WakandaForever is fantastic! Coogler delivers a soulful, wondrous sequel that packs an emotional punch & effectively explores relevant world themes. A beautiful tribute to Boseman’s legacy. Letitia & Tenoch are great, & the mid-credits scene is really moving. #BlackPanther pic.twitter.com/dqoSSfnTR9
— Fico (@FicoCangiano) October 27, 2022
— Aaron Perine (@SumitLakeHornet) October 27, 2022
Namor is one of the better villains the MCU has had to offer. Tenoch Huerta just kills it!
Emotions are heavy. Ryan Coogler ups his game on the action. It’s a lot to take in, balance so much, and is powerfully good. pic.twitter.com/NYxk1UvTYz
— BD (@BrandonDavisBD) October 27, 2022
Black Panther: #WakandaForever is Marvel's most poignant and powerful film to date. It's heavy and dark in the way that it needed to be, and mostly abandons the studio's trademark tone. The craft work levels up in every conceivable way, and the performances rise to the occasion. pic.twitter.com/aAK7jjRMra
— Brian Davids (@PickYourBrian) October 27, 2022