A newly produced Superhero movie from Marvel Studios titled Black panther has made Ugandans very anxious to watch it in the versions of their VJs however, cinema bosses still holding the copy right tight which will perhaps get loose very soon.
Predominantly black movie in January 2016, Coogler was confirmed as director, and explained that he grew up reading comics, so Black Panther “is just as personal to me as the last couple of films I was able to make. I feel really fortunate to be able to work on something I’m this passionate about again.”
The film is set in Africa, although basically only establishing shots were filmed there; Much of the principal photography of Black Panther was shot in Atlanta and South Korea. Pinewood Atlanta Studios was the blockbuster’s home base. And here are some of the locations where this fantastic movie was shot from
The crew was filming near the King Center, located in the historic African-American neighborhood of Sweet Auburn. Also, according to MCU Exchange, a flashback night shoot took place in Stockbridge. Image by Ken Lund. Footage for the Warrior Falls was filmed in Iguazu. This is the most spectacular waterfall system in the world (sorry Victoria Falls), placed in the border of Argentina and Brazil. Image courtesy of Marvel Studios and Atlas of Wonders. Close-ups and medium shots were filmed in a soundstage at Pinewood Studios. Image courtesy of Marvel Studios. Also sets for the casino, the Great Mound, the Throne Room or the City of the Dead (inspired by the Angkor Wat temple in Cambodia), were built in the studios. Image courtesy of Marvel Studios. Some other scenes from the fictional land of Wakanda and its capital, Birnin Zana, were completed using images created digitally. Images courtesy of Marvel Studios. Marzano Films revealed that aerial shots took place in South Africa, Zambia and Uganda (Rwenzori Mountains and Bwindi Impenetrable National Park). Images courtesy of Marvel Studios. Marzano Films revealed that aerial shots took place in South Africa, Zambia and Uganda (Rwenzori Mountains and Bwindi Impenetrable National Park). Images courtesy of Marvel Studios. The car chase scene was filmed at several locations, from Gwangan Diamond Bridge (pictured), to the shores of Gwangalli Beach. Image courtesy of Marvel Studios and Laurie Nevay – Map. Some more parts of the movie were filmed in the dock areas of Yeongdo Island, near the Namhang Bridge. Image courtesy of Marvel Studios. Black Panther was also filming on location near Dongseo University and the north area around Sajik Baseball Stadium. Image by Raíssa Ruschel and WJ Lee