At the end of the day, Black Panther is just another movie. But it sure doesn’t feel that way when you’re watching it. SEE ALSO: ‘Black Panther’ is already on track to be the biggest superhero movie ever Black Panther perfects what the Marvel Cinematic Universe has always done so well: build a world so richly rendered, it’s almost a letdown to reach the end of the film and realize it’s time to return to our own reality. In this case, the world is the fictional African nation of Wakanda – the most technologically advanced country on Earth, which got that way by jealously guarding its wealth and knowledge from everyone else. The result is a land untouched by the horrors of European conquest and blessed by the bounty of the land (specifically, by a rare and valuable naturally occurring metal known as vibranium). As imagined by production designer Hannah Beachler, Wakanda is all bright colors, contrasting textures, and jaw-dropping tech. It’s fantastical enough to inspire wonder, and grounded enough to awaken yearning. It’s a tantalizing glimpse at what might have been, in some alternate reality not defined by white society. At the same time, though, Wakanda is no alienating… Read full this story
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