Discussion in 'Community' started by Sith_Sensei__Prime, Jun 9, 2017.
I just noticed this is on Netflix, guess I know what I’m watching tomorrow.
Ryan Coogler Will Return To Write & Direct Marvel's Upcoming BLACK PANTHER Sequel
'Black Panther' breaks through at Golden Globes, with an eye on Oscars
It's a helluva longshot, but if all else is lost I'll settle for Best Original Score (sorry Bohemian Rhapsody.)
How could Bohemian Rhapsody even be up for best original soundtrack?
It wouldn't. But I want it to?
Black Panther is being re-released for FREE viewings at select AMC theaters from Feb 1st thru the 7th.
All of the participating theaters and show times are listed here:
Nice3, and the showings that I looked at are 4 and 7PM, so it's not getting showed out really early or really late.
Back to the previous discussion, but since First Man got (unfairly) snubbed for Best Original Score, I think BP has a good chance to at least win that Oscar.
And then watch people collectively lose their **** over the only award for a movie celebrating blackness be for work done by a white Swede.
If Black Panther wins best picture the middle aged white nerd is the only guy getting an Oscar for that. Kevin Feige is listed as the only nominated producer on Black Panther despite gawd knows how many producers are on it. (there's a whole thing where the Oscars will only give out 3 statues for Best Picture, happened after Shakespere in Love had 5 producers win five Oscars. for some movies there are more than 3 producers nominated per movie, see BlackKklansman has 4 producers but the last two, Peele and Lee are listed as a team so it only counts for one). I'm assuming if it does win, he would say a bit and then defer to the director.
Fixed for accuracy.
Pssst, who's voicing that female character in this animated BP episode clip because she sounds familiar
Fair enough, good point.
That wee lass is so sweet, I love the expression on her face, she's really Shuri!
This is the most important single reason why Black Panther was deserving of (not only be nominated but) winning the "Best Picture" nomination. The Academy often likes to vote for films that made a cultural impact, culturally significant or demonstrates the power of film. Black Panther checks all the those boxes.
And to quote excerpts from Marc Bernardin's article in Entertainment Weekly:
Black Panther will most likely resonate and be more impactful on the general movie going audience than any of the other Oscar nominated films.
It's been a while since the year's movie with the cultural significance has won the Best Movie Oscar.
What about Moonlight?
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Watched it tonight and wound up in tears as it ended on such a promise of more...