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Disney CEO Says 'Black Panther' Obliterated Expectations

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Marvel always wins :clap3: 

 

 

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Talent stans  talent

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Black Excellence

 

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So proud of Ryan Coogler for creating such a great film, in honor of black excellence and Marvel.

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What is « black panther » ?

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Get money king 

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Black Kings & Queens :clap3: 

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We been knew.

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2 minutes ago, Erreur2 La Nature said:

What is « black panther » ?

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Disney always wins :clap3: 

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Are we gonna get an african tribe princess now?

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When the Darkies you had no faith in actually comes through and makes you a s**t ton of money. 

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Don't we always ? 

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Lol at people applauding a mega powerful global corporation making even more money. Disney's (and the mass media's, it's only like 4 companies total) oligopoly over publicly consumed entertainment, and, as a result, public opinion and culture at large, is nothing to be celebrated.

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2 minutes ago, GreasyBruce said:

Lol at people applauding a mega powerful global corporation making even more money. Disney's (and the mass media's, it's only like 4 companies total) oligopoly over publicly consumed entertainment, and, as a result, public opinion and culture at large, is nothing to be celebrated.

Which is why it's important they produce content that provides non-white people with positive representation.

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okay but when are we getting part 2

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2 minutes ago, Ressti said:

Which is why it's important they produce content that provides non-white people with positive representation.

Or maybe all media shouldn't be controlled by the same little cabal of companies and then you wouldn't have that issue in the first place. Films like Black Panther are Hollywood just trying to make up for what they've been lacking for the longest time. Wouldn't have been an issue if they didn't own all the newspapers, TV channels, movie studios, etc (look it up, it's all the same people).

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10 minutes ago, GreasyBruce said:

Or maybe all media shouldn't be controlled by the same little cabal of companies and then you wouldn't have that issue in the first place. Films like Black Panther are Hollywood just trying to make up for what they've been lacking for the longest time. Wouldn't have been an issue if they didn't own all the newspapers, TV channels, movie studios, etc (look it up, it's all the same people).

Of course not, black panther has nothing to do with Disney's monopoly though. With or without the film, their power would remain indescribable... Black Panther's actual lasting impact will be the cultural one and the additional presence and bargaining power its ripple effect will afford POC. Your stance has little respect for the word progress which means its ultimately indifferent to the impact on actual lives. 

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Catering to "Wokeness" is the new trend to ride, pepsi used it (and backfired!) and now it's disney's turn, it's all about money to them, but on a positive note i'm very very happy black ppl finally getting the recognition, visibility and representation they longed for :clap3:

 

I feel there will be more sequels and spin-offs in the future. 

 

 

 

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28 minutes ago, GreasyBruce said:

Or maybe all media shouldn't be controlled by the same little cabal of companies and then you wouldn't have that issue in the first place. Films like Black Panther are Hollywood just trying to make up for what they've been lacking for the longest time. Wouldn't have been an issue if they didn't own all the newspapers, TV channels, movie studios, etc (look it up, it's all the same people).

why is that bad sis?

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23 minutes ago, GreasyBruce said:

Lol at people applauding a mega powerful global corporation making even more money. Disney's (and the mass media's, it's only like 4 companies total) oligopoly over publicly consumed entertainment, and, as a result, public opinion and culture at large, is nothing to be celebrated.

so what do you think we should do? Not spending money on them and stay at home torrenting indie movies from a foreign country?  

 

Black Panther gives a positive example of how different cultural elements would still be profitable. We are seeing a diversifying breadth of representation in Hollywood in recent years and it is the public opinion that is changing the content these companies are making. At the end of the day, executive decisions can only go so far against the will of the public.

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Good to see some OW week numbers shattering expectations, others can't relate :alexz:

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