Ryan Coogler, director of Black Panther Wakanda, Forever writes an emotional letter to express his gratitude to fans following the success of the film.
Ryan Coogler, Director of Black Panther: Wakanda Foreverleft fans of the film with an emotional letter, following a successful two weeks since the film’s release.
The official Marvel Twitter account posted an image of Coogler’s emotional message expressing his thanks to the fans of the second. Black Panther film, which was released on November 11. “Thank you. That’s the only word that comes to mind for your support of our work on the film,” the message begins. The filmmaker then thanked those who bought their tickets in advance, those who brought his family to the screening, and the people who saw the film multiple times. He acknowledged the length of the film and thanked fans for tolerating it, before delivering some poignant words on the passing of Chadwick Boseman, calling him “A giant in [the] industry.”
“This outlet wouldn’t exist without an audience, and I thank you for giving me professional purpose and an emotional outlet,” Coogler continued. He ended the letter by mentioning his enthusiasm to bring fans more stories in the future, signing it with “Chadwick Forever” and “Long Live T’Challa.”
wakandan forever it opened to great success at the box office. The Marvel Cinematic Universe movie made $181 million in its opening weekend, and in the two weeks since the film’s release it currently has $571 million worldwide, dethroning DC. black adam, which earned $368 million. The film also received critical acclaim for an emotional but inconsistent story chronicling the aftermath of King T’Challa’s death. It was also praised for how it challenges viewers on who between the nations of Wakanda and Talocan they should support.
It was only the reviews that praised wakandan forever; Tenoch Huerta, who plays the powerful underwater anti-hero Namor, talked about wakandan foreverThe impressive representation of . “A lot of messages are coming from social media and most of them are from brown-skinned people saying, ‘Hey man, I’m finally proud of the color of my skin. Finally, I can feel represented. Finally, I can see someone.” . like me. He’s not just a superhero, he’s a person like me in a powerful role,'” Huerta said.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever it is now playing in theaters.