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Marvel Entertainment
Wakanda Forever
The Official Black Panther Podcast
The groundbreaking success of BLACK PANTHER changed the world. What happened after was unprecedented. This podcast is an intimate look into the making of BLACK PANTHER: WAKANDA FOREVER, written and hosted by Ta-Nehisi Coates, featuring conversations with Ryan Coogler, Angela Bassett, Kevin Feige, Nate Moore, Dominique Thorne, Ludwig Göransson, and more. WAKANDA FOREVER: THE OFFICIAL BLACK PANTHER PODCAST is a production of Proximity Media in partnership with Marvel Studios, Marvel Entertainment, and The Walt Disney Studios. The series is produced by Paola Mardo. Executive Producers are...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 875 ratings
Much needed
I’m so grateful that this podcast was made. I watched Wakanda Forever just a couple days ago (I know, I’m late) and I cried more than I expected to at the story of grief and loss and moving forward. I love that this podcast brings us more stories of Chadwick as the character and what he put into...Read full review »
MeiyahMei via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/01/24
A profound podcast
This Podcast will take you on a DEEP dive on how everything went down from Chadwick Boseman’s passing,to what the creatives thought when it came down making the tough decision of if they should make a sequel or not, and so much more! I highly recommend giving this podcast a listen if you’re a fan...Read full review »
TheJediFan via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/27/23
This is awesome
I love how it explains on what the characters felt like about Chadmick Boseman when they are doing the 2 movie and why we all want to become the black panther together
Miss you chad via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/25/23
Recent Episodes
How did it happen that after decades of being confined to the margins of cinema, this grand myth of Wakanda was weaved out of the history and culture of the “most broken people?” To conclude the story of the making of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Ta-Nehisi Coates returns to the beginning of...
Published 02/15/23
White supremacy, the system which enabled the descendants of Europe to steal an outsized portion of this world’s labor and land, has always been tied to a specious notion of beauty. What does it mean that Wakanda and Talokan give us a beauty created not to justify enslavement but to celebrate...
Published 02/08/23
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