10 Superhero Secret Black Panther Movie Easter Eggs | Black Panther Blu-ray

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Wakanda Forever! Here are 10 superhero secret Black Panther movie easter eggs & behind the scenes clips celebrating the release of Black Panther Blu-ray. Don’t forget to check out the bonus scenes, too! (Affiliate links included)

It is no secret that one of the hottest movies of 2018 is Marvel’s Black Panther movie. It took the world by storm from its release in February and my family has been shouting WAKANDA FOREVER! ever since.

Today you can grab your?Black Panther Blu-ray?to watch over and over again. Because this movie: deserves watching over and over! And to celebrate, I’ve got 10 superhero secret Black Panther movie easter eggs to share.



10 Superhero Secret Black Panther Movie Easter Eggs And Secrets

First thing first: there are spoilers in here. Yes, there’s Black Panther movie easter eggs too, but there’s also some Black Panther spoilers.

If you haven’t seen Marvel’s Black Panther movie, then you might want to put this post on hold until you do. I don’t want to be the person who ruins your Marvel movie watching!

I repeat: there are Black Panther Spoilers in this post!

Second: I want parents to know before they watch if Black Panther is kid-friendly. So be sure to read the spoiler-free parent movie review if you have younger kiddos. I like to view the movies from the point of what I think my kids need to see at their different ages.

Third: If Black Panther is all new to you, I’ve got a few posts that might help you learn a little more about this Marvel story. Check out Who Is The Black Panther and what do you know about Wakanda? The Marvel Cinematic Universe is vast and Black Panther is an important part of it (and Wakanda plays a big role in Avengers: Infinity War too!).



Alright- let’s get down to business with the Black Panther movie easter eggs & secrets! And this movie & its Bingo game is another great addition to your Superhero Party Ideas list.



When it comes to the inspiration behind the story of Marvel Studios? Black Panther, director and co-writer Ryan Coogler admits that he delved deep into the history of the acclaimed Marvel comic book series. ?We pulled from all of the comics,? Coogler explains. ?When you watch our film, you will probably see something from every writer that has touched T?Challa?s character in the Black Panther comics. Everything from Stan Lee and Jack Kirby?s initial runs through to Don McGregor, Christopher Priest, Jonathan Hickman and Brian Stelfreeze. We grabbed from it all. Each writer left their own mark, so Agent Ross [played by Martin Freeman in the movie] came from Christopher Priest?s run and the character of Shuri came from Reginald Hudlin?s run. Each run left something for us to pull from, but we pulled from absolutely all of them.?



?It was incredible to walk on to the Wakandan sets,? enthuses Danai Gurira, who plays Okoye in the movie. ?Our production designer, Hannah Beachler, was amazing. I remember walking into the Tribal Council room and thinking, ?This room is stunning.? The floors were see-through. There were massive, beautiful panther statues. The throne was very African. The entire d?cor was very African. It was an amazing experience, which was very rich for my character because I stood there and I thought, ?This is like nothing else on the planet and it?s my character?s job to protect it.? Hannah pulled from lots of awesome traditional African aesthetics. You don?t get to see it in the movie, but she also designed T?Challa?s office, which was another amazing room on set. We shot some scenes in there, which were left out of the movie ? but the office was constructed and it looked amazing.?



?We took a really important trip to South Africa to do a ton of research for Black Panther,? reveals production designer Hannah Beachler. ?We went up and down the country, which helped immensely when we started to create the sets. It was incredible to see all the colors, the textiles and the way things were built. In the end, we shot a lot of plates and second unit footage in South Africa. We shot footage in Uganda, which was used to show the farmland and open space of Wakanda. It was beautiful. We also shot at Victoria Falls in Zambia. When the fighters come flying through the falls and get to the challenge pool; that flight through the falls is Victoria Falls. But when you get to the challenge pool, what you see behind them is a bit of Iguazu Falls, which is in South America. We smashed the two together because we wanted a horizon.?


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?The tag scene with Bucky [played by Sebastian Stan] at the end of the movie came as a wonderful surprise to me,? explains Letitia Wright, who plays Shuri in Black Panther. ?I was so happy when I read about it. Props to Ryan [Coogler] for adding it to the movie. This scene was shot quite late in the production, but I really enjoyed it. It was a beautiful day on set and I thought it was a great way for us to find out where Bucky had been hiding in Wakanda. We shot the scene in a forest area somewhere in Atlanta, but it only took a day. Sebastian was really great to work with. He?s a good chap.?



Marvel fans can delve deeper into the wondrous world of Wakanda with the exclusive bonus features packaged with the in-home release of the movie. Not only are there behind-the-scenes featurettes and never-before-seen outtakes, but there are also a number of deleted scenes. ?There are a couple of scenes with Okoye and W?Kabi [played by Daniel Kaluuya] that I would love people to see,? explains Danai Gurira. ?There?s a scene between Okoye and W?Kabi, which takes place after Killmonger tells us what he?s going to do with the kingdom. Okoye is very disturbed by her man seeming to positively respond to Killmonger. There?s also a scene where W?Kabi and Okoye go head-to-head. Okoye pushes W?Kabi to a place where all the rage he had towards T?Challa comes out. I hope some of those moments end up in the deleted scenes.?


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Marvel Studios’ BLACK PANTHER..L to R: Erik Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan) and W’Kabi (Daniel Kaluuya)..Ph: Film Frame..?Marvel Studios 2018



?The African language that we speak in the movie is Xhosa, which is a Bantu language from South Africa,? reveals Lupita Nyong?o, who plays Nakia in Black Panther. ?It has the clicks which my native tongue does not have, so I had to learn it for the movie. I worked very closely with a dialect coach to get it right. I also speak Korean in the film, which was a doozy. A week before we shot the scenes in South Korea, they finalized exactly what Nakia was going to say, so all week I kept practicing the lines over and over again. However, I slipped up from time to time. At one point, the Korean extras laughed because they told me I?d said something about a barbecue by mistake ? but we got there in the end.?



?The audition process was really interesting,? admits Letitia Wright. ?I sent over two tapes from London and I didn?t think anything would happen ? but then I got a call asking me to fly out to Los Angeles for a screen test. That?s where I met Ryan [Coogler] and Chadwick [Boseman, who plays T?Challa]. Thankfully, we had an immediate connection. I went home and I didn?t hear anything for a couple of weeks ? but then I was called back for another screen test. This time, I flew to Atlanta and they put braids in my hair ? and I knew I just had to have fun with the audition. I remember thinking, ?Man, if this happens, it will be very special for me.? A couple of weeks later, I found out they wanted me for the role of Shuri. I was standing at a bus stop in London when the call came through. I went crazy! I was screaming at the bus stop! I was overjoyed to be part of this epic movie.?


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Marvel Studios’ BLACK PANTHER
L to R: Nakia (Lupita Nyong’o) and Shuri (Letitia Wright)
Photo: Matt Kennedy
?Marvel Studios 2018



Before the cameras started to roll on Black Panther, cast members flew out to Atlanta to prepare for the movie?s awe-inspiring action sequences. ?The boot camp lasted six weeks,? reveals Danai Gurira. ?It was really helpful to get athletically conditioned for the film shoot, although we also got into the specifics of the movements of our characters. We learned fight choreography, as well as different techniques of how our character was going to move on set. It was intense, but I learned a lot. Okoye is the general of the army and the head of the Dora Milaje, so the way she fights is very traditional. Her movement with the war spear comes from very ancient movements of the nation. It was really interesting to learn.?



An exclusive gag reel has been created for the in-home release, which is packed with comedy bloopers and slapstick slip-ups from the set of the movie. ?There were a lot of funny moments during the filming of Black Panther,? recalls Letitia Wright. ?Even though the shoot was a lot of hard work and there were some incredibly physical scenes, we always found moments to have fun. We had rap battles in between takes, or we organized dinners and bowling sessions. There was a day where we did a Get Out challenge because we had [Get Out star] Daniel Kaluuya working with us. Who won the rap battles? To be perfectly honest, I think I was the best. I was up against a lot of people, but their rapping skills were terrible.?



Hannah Beachler admits she had a ton of fun working on the high-tech gadgets for the movie. ?The Kimoyo beads are my favorite,? the production designer admits. ?I really pushed the design on them because I knew the beads needed to be something really cool. The Kimoyo beads were originally introduced in the Black Panther comics ? but Ryan [Coogler] loved the idea of using them for communicating in the movie. If you look closely at the beads, you?ll see there?s a prime bead, which is given to you when you?re born in Wakanda. There is a little peak on the prime bead, which makes it stand out from the others. All the beads? symbols light up, but the prime bead lights up completely. A Nigerian language ? nsibidi ? is used for the symbols on the beads. You?ll also see nsibidi writing on columns of some of the iconic buildings in Wakanda, too.?


Black Panther Movie Blu-Ray Bonus Material

What I love about movies coming out on Blu-ray: the bonus materials. As a Marvel movie fan, I love getting into the background of the filmmaking that you can only get on the Blu-ray editions.


Marvel Studios' BLACK PANTHER..L to R: Director Ryan Coogler on set with Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther/T'Challa)

Marvel Studios’ BLACK PANTHER..L to R: Director Ryan Coogler on set with Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther/T’Challa) ..Ph: Matt Kennedy..?Marvel Studios 2018


What’s included on the Black Panther Blu-ray bonus material:

? Director?s Intro

? From Page to Screen: A Roundtable Discussion – Delve into the film?s making

? Crowning of a New King ? Explore the world of ?Black Panther? in all its color and complexity

? The Warriors Within ? Get to know Wakanda?s women and the actors who portray them. Honestly- YOU NEED TO SEE THIS ONE! It was so great and (spoiler alert!) the ladies of Wakanda steal the show. I loved showing this part to my kids last night.


Marvel Studios' BLACK PANTHER L to R: Okoye (Danai Gurira) and Ayo (Florence Kasumba) with the Dora Milaje

Marvel Studios’ BLACK PANTHER
L to R: Okoye (Danai Gurira) and Ayo (Florence Kasumba) with the Dora Milaje
Ph: Film Frame
?Marvel Studios 2018


? The Hidden Kingdom Revealed ? Wakanda?s diverse people

? Wakanda Revealed: Exploring the Technology

? Deleted Scenes

? U.N. Meet and Greet


Marvel Studios' BLACK PANTHER..L to R: Okoye (Danai Gurira), T'Challa/Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman), Nakia (Lupita Nyong'o) and Ayo (Florence Kasumba)

Marvel Studios’ BLACK PANTHER..L to R: Okoye (Danai Gurira), T’Challa/Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman), Nakia (Lupita Nyong’o) and Ayo (Florence Kasumba)..Photo: Matt Kennedy..?Marvel Studios 2018


? Okoye And W?Kabi Discuss the Future of Wakanda. And whoa- they were married? I think I missed that tidbit. This is a powerful scene included on the Black Panther Blu-ray.

? T?Challa Remembers His Father. I so loved this one. Watching ‘Tchalla talk about his memories of his father with Zuri pulled at my heart! These actors- SWOON. They are both phenomenal (and I kinda wonder why this one wasn’t used! I loved it).

? Voices from the Past

? Gag Reel. There’s some funny stuff in here! You definitely?want to see the cast cut up a bit in these clips.

? Exclusive Sneak Peek at ?Ant-Man and The Wasp?. Guys- this one is the next Marvel movies in order to come out and I cannot wait to see Paul Rudd back in the suit.

? Marvel Studios the First Ten Years: Connecting the Universe

? Director?s Commentary


Black Panther Movie Bingo

Add this fun game to your Black Panther movie viewing! Download and print the Black Panther movie bingo cards and settle in with the Black Panther Blu-ray for a movie night.

My kids love it when we make family movie night interactive with fun additions like this. My husband- not so much. He thinks it gets a little too loud and competitive (but hey, that’s what the closed captions are for! ha!).


About Black Panther Movie

Black Panther Trailer and Poster released October 2017! New Marvel coming to the screen in February 2018


Marvel Studios??BLACK PANTHER?follows T?Challa who, after the death of his father, the King of Wakanda, returns home to the isolated, technologically advanced African nation to succeed to the throne and take his rightful place as king. But when a powerful old enemy reappears, T?Challa?s mettle as king?and Black Panther?is tested when he is drawn into a formidable conflict that puts the fate of Wakanda and the entire world at risk.?Faced with treachery and danger, the young king must rally his allies and release the full power of Black Panther to defeat his foes and secure the safety of his people and their way of life.

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