Black Panther Wins the Honor of Best Cast at the Screen Actors Guild Awards

At the 25th Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles, Black Panther bagged the top awards. It won the Best Ensemble award. The Marvel Comics superhero film also won the Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble before the SAG Awards kicked off.
Marvel Studios made great changes to the outlook of their movies with Black Panther. It is the first pioneering superhero flick from the house of Marvel Cinematic Universe that had cast black people.
Marvel Studios financed $200 million in order to make the blockbuster movie. The title character which was played by Chadwick Boseman was surrounded by a great supporting cast. Hence, while accepting the award on Sunday, Boseman stated that the entire cast knew what it meant to be a black actor in a film and with Black Panther they were able to create a world that they have always wanted to see.
Director Ryan Coogler took full advantage of the cast in order to provide a complete set of information about Wakanda’s different tribes as well as the royal family.
Boseman starred as the future king of Wakanda T’Challa, whereas Letitia Wright turned his sister Shuri into a snowballing role, and Angela Bassett tried to look over both as Queen Ramonda. Danai Gurira joined the franchise in order to play Okoye, the head of the Dora Milaje, and Lupita Nyong’o came onboard as Nakia.
One of the biggest exceptions was Michael B. Jordan’s turn as the villain Killmonger, but then the likes of Daniel Kaluuya (W’Kabi), Sterling K. Brown (N’Jobu), Winston Duke (M’Baku), and Forest Whitaker (Zuri) each played a memorable part.
The cast of the movie Black Panther was more successful than the cast of other movies, such as Bohemian Rhapsody, A Star is born, Crazy Rick Asians, and BlacKkKlansman. In order to accept the award, many cast members went to the stage and even listened to Boseman’s acceptance speech.

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