“We kept talking about ‘somebody like Black Panther…After the third or fourth time that came up in a development meeting, someone said, "Can’t we just do the Black Panther?
" "'And we all looked at each other and said, "Yeah, I guess we could,’” Marvel president Kevin Feige revealed to EW.
Popular support for the Party declined further after reports appeared detailing the group's involvement in illegal activities such as drug dealing and extortion schemes directed against Oakland merchants.
and when I fight, it is only to defend my right to continue building in the peaceful absence of immoral or unlawful opposition...Black Panther Party membership reached a peak in 1970, with offices in 68 cities and thousands of members, then suffered a series of contractions.After being vilified by the mainstream press, public support for the party waned, and the group became more isolated.It becomes a question of morality and I don’t think [Captain America] has ever been so uncertain with what right and wrong is.'Draft Day star Chadwick is central to the division of the men, with each wanting Black Panther on their side.His character is a prince who's country possesses the most vibranium, the material that makes up Captain's shield. for there are far more opportunities to build than there ever will be to fight...