There has been a lot of excitement surrounding the Marvel Cinematic Universe over the past few years and, with more and more new characters coming to the big screen every year, that excitement continues to grow. We will get to see actor Chadwick Boseman making his first appearance as Black Panther in Captain America: Civil War and, while talking about the character, Chadwick made some comments that some people believe suggest he will appear sooner than expected.
Boseman said, "I'm beyond excited, it's like to the point where you feel numb and your mind goes off and says 'How do I achieve that?' I think the great thing about it is that the character, this actual character is unique in a lot of ways. I can't think of another character that's the leader of a nation and is a superhero at the same time and there are a lot of different ways this story can go and ways they can do it, so I'm really just excited about how it fits into the bigger picture of what Marvel is doing.
As well as talking about his excitement at playing Black Panther and giving his thoughts on the character, talk also turned to who will direct the project, with Chadwick Boseman admitting that nobody has yet been given the job, "There is a director on the movies that I'm introduced but not for Black Panther. Just being a part of that discussion is huge. You read the comic books and you have ideas about how that's gonna happen and you can discuss that," he added.
So, there you have the comments that Chadwick Boseman had to make about Black Panther, which we find difficult to see where he gives any suggestion that he will arrive any sooner than Captain America: Civil War. It seems to us that people are once again trying to read too much into nothing. What do you think?