Most movies depict superheros as male…but we all know the real superheros are female! And now, we’ve got all the proof we need with the release of Marvel Studios’ Captain Marvel movie trailer! Captain America is pretty cool and all, but Captain Marvel, played by Brie Larson, is here to show us just how awesome and amazing a female superhero can really be. HIGHER. FURTHER. FASTER.
I was invited on an all expense paid trip by Disney to attend the Red Carpet Black Panther World Premiere. This Black Panther movie review is 100% my own.
When I first saw Captain America: Civil War, I instantly fell in love with the Black Panther. Maybe it was his accent, his strength, his determination, or his love, respect and admiration for his father. Perhaps I just had that gut feeling that there were greet things to come and that he would be the one to lead the way.
You might recall back in June when I shared the Black Panther teaser trailer. I had just seen Captain America: Civil War, which is one of the few Marvel movies I’ve ever seen, and had totally fallen in love with the introduction of the Black Panther. That accent made my stomach flutter and my heart beat just a little faster. HERO. LEGEND. KING. Yes, the Black Panther is a true King born a royal descendant of a warrior race in the African nation of Wakanda.