The world of Wakanda inundated this year’s MTV Movie & TV Awards, and we’re not mad about it at all.
I can’t believe wypipo really think Wakanda is real.
She’s baaaaaaack. ... Serena Williams on Tuesday proved her bounce-back complete after the difficult birth of baby Alexis Olympia by winning her first grand-slam match at this year’s French Open, beating Czech opponent Kristýna Plíšková 7-6(4), 6-4.
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The undisputed Black Panther, actor Chadwick Boseman, more than held his own as host of Saturday Night Live this weekend, although his shine was slightly dimmed by Cardi B’s pregnancy announcement.
Hello, and welcome to Wakanda!
Black Panther has revolutionized superhero movies—well movies in general. The film with the predominantly black cast has broken records, sparked community service and inspired STEM center openings around the United States, and with that greatness comes the responsibility of sharing the culture.
So I’m going to say something. And you can fight me if you want to. But even if you do want to fight—and I’d rather not because I’m wearing some really nice boots today and I don’t want to scuff them—it’s not going to make what I’m about to say any less true.
Black Panther continues to be the best thing to ever grace the big screen, rounding out the end of the month by topping the weekend box office for the fifth-straight weekend.
Growing up as a Ghanaian American in Central Massachusetts during the 1980s was a constant series of “firsts.” I checked boxes identifying myself as a “first-generation” American. I was the first child of my African immigrant parents to take ballet and gymnastic classes. I was their first Girl Scout, first overpriced…
If anyone ever tells you that it’s too late to pick up a new hobby or follow a passion, or change anything about your life, feel free to look them directly in the eye and call them a liar, because this Wakandan elder has proved otherwise.
Today, the final installment of the documentary The Loving Generation was released (please go check out “Episode 1: Checking Boxes,” “Episode 2: We Are Family,” “Episode 3: Coming of Age” and “Episode 4: The Obama Era”). Full disclosure: I’m in the documentary. It explores the stories of biracial black-and-white…
By now, I feel like I shouldn’t have to tell you that Black Panther is the greatest thing to ever hit the big screen. Don’t argue. Just accept (and perhaps check some box-office figures and every other piece of writing, as well as social media postings, about it).
During an emergency meeting at 7:27 p.m. Wednesday, the past, present and future residents of Wakanda went to the Black Twitter polls and voted to ban all attempts at entry by Grammy Award-winning singer and world-renowned urinator R. Kelly.
Before most of black America pulled their dashikis over their head and threw kente cloths over their shoulders for the Black Panther premiere, they had collectively anticipated the premise of the movie with an unnatural excitement. Much of the hype had nothing to do with the storyline or the fact that the Marvel…
If you’re reading this, chances are you’ve already visited Wakanda—maybe two or three times during Black Panther’s record-breaking opening weekend. Otherwise, I know you wouldn’t want to spoil your upcoming trip by reading the incredible conversation The Glow Up had with the film’s production designer, Hannah…
If, after seeing Black Panther in theaters, you have found yourself wanting to vacation—perhaps permanently—in the country of Wakanda, now is your chance.
Like everyone else, you were excited to see Black Panther. You’ve been waiting for it for years, got excited for the trailers and even read all of the newer Ta-Nehisi Coates- and Roxane Gay- and Yona Harvey-penned comic books. And while you didn’t go full Wakandan cosplay for the premiere, you did wear all black. Even…
Press screenings aren’t at all representative of what it’s like to roll up to a theater with your friends to see the latest blockbuster. Everyone’s fixated on the screen, and the movie’s jokes may get a laugh or two, but because most everyone there is there working, it’s just not the same as sitting back and just…
If “Don’t scare me like that, colonizer” wasn’t already enough to give Black Panther’s Shuri (depicted amazingly by Letitia Wright) the crown as the Greatest Disney Princess Ever—it was, but let’s just pretend that it wasn’t—there are dozens more reasons why she deserves it.