The reactions of fans on his film Black Panther bring director Ryan Coogler arranged to tears. That he writes in an open letter that Marvel Tuesday via Twitter spread.
“I have trouble find words that express my gratitude to say, but I’m going to try,” writes Coogler in the letter. “I thought in a million years expected that we would score. I am speechless when I think of people out of their money and time to spend on our movie. But people from all kinds of backgrounds in addition dress to see wearing their origin celebrate the festival with family and friends to see pictures for our posters, they sometimes see the dance in the cinema – that has me and my wife regularly moved to tears.”
The director concluded his letter with a P. S.: “Wakanda Forever.” That term, referring to the fictional African country where the film takes place, the past week has become popular among fans.
Tuesday, leaking an internal letter of Disneybaas Bob Iger, in which he shriek also used. “It is difficult not to start with Wakanda Forever, because we have good news about Black Panther,” writes the CEO. He let in the memo now: “In the twelve years in which I have a job, I have not been such an overwhelming flow of delight, praise, respect and gratitude experienced as a Black Panther.”