Hollywood star Wesley Snipes is finally coming clean about why his version Black Panther didn’t hit the big screen in the 90’s. The high-prile actor has revealed the uphill battle he faced trying to get everyone’s instant-favorite Marvel Studios character in movie theaters.
In a new The Hollywood Reporter interviews, Snipes reveals a combination issues with convincing studios and a director like cinema genius John Singleton his version a high-tech black superhero ultimately didn’t work.
Despite not bringing Black Panther to the big screen, Snipes admitted the pursuit ultimately formed his popular Blade franchise.
This week, “Insecure” star Issa Rae shared an epic reaction to seeing Black Panther at its world premiere.
Early Tuesday, Hollywood actor/rapper Donald “Childish Gambino” Glover hit up IG to boast about the film.
A couple nights ago, Donald and key Black Panther stars attended the film’s red carpet world premiere in California.