‘Captain America: Civil War’ Update: Details & Photos Of Black Panther Revealed! He Is On No One’s Side

By Sumeet Kaur | 2 years ago
‘Captain America: Civil War’ Update: Details & Photos Of Black Panther Revealed! He Is On No One’s Side
Black Panther

Chadwick Boseman is making his debut as Black Panther in “Captain America: Civil War” and Marvel fans are quite eager to know with whom would Black Panther partner in the Civil War? He is no less than an enigma to fans right now. It’s though provoking that why he would want to encounter Iron Man and Captain America. Lately, Marvel has given some hints by providing some details and pictures. Read On!

In the EW magazine cover photo, Black Panther is standing with Cap and Iron Man. There are many other details that magazine has obtained. Read below!

EW Magazine Cover
EW Magazine Cover/Instagram

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According to EW.com, executive producer Nate Moore has disclosed that Black Panther of “Captain America: Civil War” stays neutral and does not take sides between Steve Rogers and Tony Stark. He seems to have not yet decided to be on whose side, and his agenda is something very different and is definitely not what is Cap’s and Tony’s agenda. Moore says that this also puts him into conflicting situation with both many times in the movie. “He is the prince of an African nation that has so far stayed very much sort of in the shadows. And eventually the film will draw him and his father out of the shadows.”

Boseman discloses about his role in “Captain America: Civil War” that Black Panther does not prefer life of party. Viewers would also find that he is hiding something always. There is an air of mystery surrounding him. But he is also a ladies’ man. Black Panther’s humor is very unique in the movie and not like other superheroes. “It’s more like if there is humor, it’s more like James Bond.”

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Black Panther is actually a prince and his real name is T’Challa. The magazine also reports that the superhero would be casted in a stand-alone film, which would release in February 2018.

Photo Source: Captain America: Civil War/Instagram

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