Wakanda Forever’ First Reactions Say Best MCU Film Since ‘Avengers: Endgame’

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It’s no surprise that Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has major expectations attached. After all, the new sequel will not only have to follow the original Black Panther film and respect its legacy, but it’ll also be following a number of MCU projects which received mixed reviews from fans. This time, however, early reactions for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever have called the new film the best MCU movie since Avengers: Endgame. Now that’s a massive statement.



As of this writing, it appears that the highly-anticipated sequel is being estimated to make as much as $175 million for its opening weekend. It’s worth noting that the first film managed to earn $202 million for its three-day weekend in 2018, with a total of $240 million for the four-day President’s weekend. If these early reactions are shared by the masses, then it seems more than likely that Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will be both as critically and financially successful as its predecessor. The first film continued to earn $1.347 billion at the box office.



Here are some of the reactions to Black Panther: Wakanda Forever via social media:



#WakandaForever is easily the best Marvel film since Avengers: Endgame. The scope, the camera work, the acting, and the raw emotions on and off screen can be felt throughout! This is the Marvel I’ve missed! I had one word in my heart all night; “WOW…” – #TeamJVS



— Samuel Leggett Jr @ #AIF2022 (@SuperSel0320) 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



#BlackPantherWakandaForever is a beautiful tribute to Chadwick Boseman. Visual stunner, with Angela Bassett commanding every scene she inhabits. Rihanna’s “Lift Me Up” will do that for many. Another great post credit scene that’s genuinely a jaw-dropper. Don’t know about Oscars. pic.twitter.com/55YSor1PrD



— Clayton Davis – Stand with 🇺🇦 (@ByClaytonDavis) October 27, 2022



#BlackPantherWakandaForever is an emotional journey well worth the wait. I really loved that movie! pic.twitter.com/feYVDKHCTR



— Aaron Perine (@SumitLakeHornet) October 27, 2022



#WakandaForever is outstanding. It handles loss, grief and revenge with a maturity and seriousness rarely seen in the MCU. Black Panther continues to be their crown jewel. Letitia Wright, Angela Bassett and Tenoch Huerta all bring some of the best acting I’ve seen all year. pic.twitter.com/ECqGxfEyFi



— Lando (@orlandoenelcine) October 27, 2022



Ryan Coogler’s #BlackPantherWakandaForever, above all else, is cathartic. An emotional movie about loss, legacy and healing. The story is intimate, but vast with global power struggles and palace intrigue. Tenoch Huerta’s Namor is a FORCE, better than I hoped. So much to discuss. pic.twitter.com/cDFVcPYHRR



— Sean O’Connell (@Sean_OConnell) October 27, 2022



#BlackPantherWakandaForever prioritizes sentiment over spectacle and for the most part it’s a transporting and engrossing triumph. Arguably Marvel Studio’s most deeply felt and emotional resonant extravaganza. Also Ludwig’s score is an all timer. 🐆 pic.twitter.com/EAZK118L8A



— Drew Taylor (@DrewTailored) October 27, 2022 Defensa Nimzoindia



What Ryan Coogler does with #BlackPanther is to reconstruct a whole mosaic of generational traumas that haunt ethnic communities around the planet. It goes deep, and not just for Namor, but for the care with plots and emotions that are truer than ever before in Marvel. 👇 pic.twitter.com/CC1Og73XZf



— Gabriel Carvalho (@gabirucarvalho) October 27, 2022



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



Another reason I’m so impressed with #BlackPantherWakandaForever is #RyanCoogler had the impossible task of trying to make a sequel without #ChadwickBoseman & make it feel respectful but also keep the franchise going and he hit a home run. Going to be HUGE hit for @MarvelStudios. pic.twitter.com/mMd9WFjung



— Steven Weintraub (@colliderfrosty) October 27, 2022



#BlackPanther Wakanda Forever is excellent. An immensely powerful story of forging forward — shattering at times, but also beautifully cathartic and heartening. Cannot get over how well the film earns that title. pic.twitter.com/jYZedeJgT1



— Perribite (@PNemiroff) October 27, 2022



It’s hard to shake the emotional weight #BlackPanther #WakandaForever carries throughout the entire film. More serious in tone, a wonderful conclusion to Phase Four. It celebrates women as the fiercest protectors of all. Angela Bassett. Tenoch Huerta. Michaela Coel. RIHANNA! pic.twitter.com/9V2gcmKJpA



— espooky bloody marie 🎃🇵🇷 (@TheJosieMarie) October 27, 2022



What Ryan Coogler does with #BlackPanther is to reconstruct a whole mosaic of generational traumas that haunt ethnic communities around the planet. It goes deep, and not just for Namor, but for the care with plots and emotions that are truer than ever before in Marvel. 👇 pic.twitter.com/CC1Og73XZf



— Gabriel Carvalho (@gabirucarvalho) October 27, 2022



With the film headed to theaters this November, it won’t be long before we see how the rest of the world feels about Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. We’ll know then whether or not the film really will be considered by fans to be the best MCU movie since Avengers: Endgame.



Ryan Coogler directed Black Panther: Wakanda Forever from a screenplay he co-wrote with Joe Robert Cole.



The cast we can currently expect for the new MCU film includes Angela Bassett, Letitia Wright, Winston Duke, Danai Gurira, Florence Kasumba, Lupita Nyong’o, Martin Freeman, Tenoch Huerta, Dominique Thorne, Michaela Coel, Mabel Cadena, and Alex Livanalli.



Fans will be able to see the highly-anticipated blockbuster Black Panther: Wakanda Forever next month in theaters on November 11, 2022. Stay tuned to ScreenGeek for any additional updates on the film as we have them.





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