One of the things I miss while pandemic is still here is watching movies in theaters. I usually go to cinema when there are superhero movies from Marvel and DC showing. The last time I went to the cinema was in 2019, less than a year before Covid19 came.
Of course, I have some movies in mind to watch before pandemic but things changed now. The last movie I watched in theater has been "Avengers: Endgame". The film is epic, though there are sad moments when Iron Man died, though the movie still had a great ending for the series.
As Marvel is set for the next phase of its cinematic universe, it's sad that the character of T'Challa as the Black Panther is now out. That's because Chadwick Boseman who portrayed the role has already passed away. It can be remembered that T'Challa, with Chadwick Boseman, was seen in four MCU movies.
We cannot expect T'Challa on the upcoming "Black Panther" movie. Hopefully, the remaining characters can carry the movie. It seems it will be much more focused on Wakanda nation.
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