PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
T'Challa, the King of Wakanda, rises to the throne in the isolated, technologically advanced African nation, but his claim is challenged by a vengeful outsider who was a childhood victim of T'Challa's father's mistake.
During an interview with Michel Martin on the radio program "All Things Considered," Danai Gurira (Okoye) said that the language spoken by Wakandans is a real language, Xhosa, a South African language characterized by clicks and glottal stops: "It's... ...
Tell me a story, baba.
N'Jobu: What story, my son?
N'Jadaka: About home.
N'Jobu: Millions of years ago, a meteorite made of vibranium, the strongest substance in the universe, struck the continent of Africa, affecting the plant life around it. And when the time of men came, ...
This movie seems to imply that the Wakandans had exclusive access to vibranium only until Klaue stole some of the supply. Howard Stark had a small sample of vibranium decades before Klaue stole his portion (which is what made up Captain America's shield), yet there is no explanation as to how Stark got his sample. Correction: It is explained in Avengers: Age of Ultron that Howard Stark collected a chunk of vibranium from Wakanda, which the world regarded as the last of the supply until Klaue stole some more later on.
There is a scene in the closing credits: T'Challa appears at the UN Council and proclaims to make the world a better place, following his father's actions.
Swahili, Nama, English, Xhosa, Korean
$9,539,422 (Brazil) (16 February 2018)
$610,050,196 (USA) (20 March 2018)
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