Black Panther Is Being Dubbed Marvel’s Best Superhero Movie Ever

Black Panther is easily the most anticipated movie of 2018. When presale tickets went live for Marvel’s first black superhero movie, they sold out in minutes. Black Panther‘s presale numbers broke records becoming Marvel’s highest selling presale ticket movie to date.

Black Panther‘s world premiere was last night and the reviews are rolling and it’s being dubbed Marvel’s best movie yet.

BLACK PANTHER feels like the actual start of a new phase for Marvel, not only because it exists so well on its own terms, but because it feels so new and timely, through both its storytelling and the very people the story is about (and those who get to tell it). Wonderful.

— Kate Erbland (@katerbland) January 30, 2018

If the hype for Black Panther wasn’t real before tickets are only going to be selling faster thanks to the high praises that the movie has been receiving.

'Black Panther' first reactions: It's 'astonishing,' 'iconic' and 'will save blockbusters' – USA TODAY's Brian Truitt hails the first superhero movie to star a black character "simply awesome" and a "top 5 all-time Marvel movie, easy."

— Deon Guillory (@DeonGuillory) January 30, 2018

Disney executives were only expecting the movie to gross $80 to $85 million during its opening weekend February 16. But the track that Black Panther is on with the presale tickets and now with the glowing reviews, it wouldn’t be shocking if it totally crushed the box office.

Seriously the movie was so good that even Donald Glover, who doesn’t use Twitter, tweeted about it.

The celebs attending the world premiere knew they were going to be witnessing something special and dressed like royalty.

the black panther premiere really put fashion shows to shame holy fuck

— f thot fitzgerald (@dracomallfoys) January 30, 2018

Look at all this royal blackness. The diversity. So many different African cultures came through. How beautiful #BlackPanther

— tobí (@TobiRachel_) January 30, 2018

Issa Rae and Sterling K. Brown (and family) got that “royal attire” memo too! I just can’t 😍 #BlackPanther

— Dionne Grant (@DionneGrant) January 30, 2018

David Oyelowo and Donald Glover at the #BlackPanther world premiere. COME THROUGH, COLOURS!!! 💛🧡❤️💚💙

— Dionne Grant (@DionneGrant) January 30, 2018

Its the Black Renaissance😍 #BlackPanther

— Siyabonga Beyile (@SiyaBeyile) January 30, 2018

Promise there will be no spoilers, but the movie itself is being praised for its story, action and the villain Killmonger. Michael B. Jordan plays Black Panther‘s villain, Killmonger and he’s being dubbed as the best villain Marvel has ever had. Marvel’s strong suit isn’t villains, and die-hard Marvel fans have always criticized their lack of purely evil villains, Loki from Thor is the exception.

BLACK PANTHER. Incredible. Real world building with Wakanda. Great mythology building around the Black Panther. Solid character development. Top notch action. Great narrative. Wonderful villain (rare for Marvel). Killer soundtrack. Fav MCU film since Civil War.

— John Campea (@johncampea) January 30, 2018

Actor @michaelb4jordan's portrayal of the main villain Killmonger in #BlackPanther has already been commended by many…

— MCU News & Tweets (@MCU_Tweets) January 30, 2018

#BlackPanther is an inventive, spiritual, and socially conscious spin on the traditional Marvel origin story. The entire cast is great, the spectacle is awe-inspiring, and Killmonger is the best MCU villain since Loki.

— Robert Butler III (@RB3Schmoes) January 30, 2018

The Twitter reviews of the movie are hilarious and will make you want to go buy a ticket right now.

#BlackPanther is exceptional – the James Bond of the MCU. You've seen nothing like this in a superhero movie – it's bold, beautiful & intense, but there's a depth & spiritualness that is unlike anything Marvel has ever done. It's 100% African & it is dope af.

— Erik Davis (@ErikDavis) January 30, 2018

First he—
And then they—
And then SHE—
OMG!!!#myBlackPantherreview #blackpanther

— Tananarive Due (@TananariveDue) January 30, 2018

Congratulations to Black Panther for its impending 127 Academy Award nominations

— Sean Spicier (@sean_spicier) January 30, 2018

Wake me up when and only when you can project #BlackPanther directly onto my eyeballs.

— Emily Andras (@emtothea) January 30, 2018

Just got back from the Black Panther premiere and after party. You will see this movie five or six times. It is everything and then some.

— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) January 30, 2018

Save up all your money so you can go see Black Panther multiple times. It will be money well spent.

  • 10614935101348454