The biggest success of the new Marvel film isn’t representation, but its contemplation of identity, responsibility, and the future of a diaspora in an interconnected world. This article contains light spoilers.
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When Ryan Coogler first signed on to co-write and direct Marvel’s “Black Panther,” the potential for history-making was evident.
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On February 16, the U.S. Justice Department indicted 13 Russian citizens for interfering in the 2016 presidential election.
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Nong played a key role in relaunching yet another franchise, Godzilla, for the franchise-rich studio.
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A London-based attorney has been indicted for lying to special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigators — and this latest development may be more important than it appears at first glance.
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Amazon Studios found its new leader, who in turn must now find a direction for the streamer; Netflix found another $300 million to throw at a content creator; Apple continues to be in the game but red flags persist; and Hulu looks sane and stable — and now I will have to put an asterisk by comment
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Director Ryan Coogler sits down with the NBA legend and cultural critic to assess the film’s significance: “It’s a little like witnessing the unveiling of an enormous statue on the public square — with the public square being the world — of Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King Jr.
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