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Black Panther Oscars 2019 Still Roars After An Year : Academy Oscars 2019

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This weekend will culminate exactly one year after the “Black Panther” has opened and its impact continues to resonate. The film won 7 Oscar nominations and was the biggest hit in 2018.

With a $ 1.3 billion exhaustion around the world, “Black Panther” is a box office phenomenon, but one year after opening it’s more than just another blockbuster, young fans say like 12-year-old Danka Clara who says, “It’s for me now more important. “

Malik Middleton, at the age of 14, told me, “seeing someone who looks like me in the camera and in a position of strength was so refreshing, and I was proud to be black.”

And characters are so different from traditional Hollywood stereotypes, says 16-year-old Sophia Greenway, who points out that in this movie, “we’re not just a slave or a rapper or someone who first kills, being clever and powerful and all these beautiful things.”

Spending time with these students at the Harlem School of Arts is to understand how Black Panther has sparked a debate on a wide range of cultural issues: “How we treat each other and how everyone treats us and how we can do better,” Devon Graves told me.

He had seen this movie Marvel more than ten times, and his classmates also returned to watch again and again.

Danielle Touba, aged 17, asks “because as a young woman and as a female actress I think I see warriors Wakanda and female fighters really open the door for me: I see them and I’m opening the door for me career.”

As young artists they have the habit of watching the Oscar show, but they will certainly be tuned this year. “I’m rooted in winning the” Black Panther “prizes,” says Leah Kempson, 8th, and I want to see how it goes. “

Sitting next to her is 9-year-old Jayden Herston, who says hard: “If she wins, I’ll be happy because she tells other people that African Americans do good things, they will not be negative, in fact they’re positive.”

The film is from Disney, owned by the same parent company as ABC 7.

Three of the nominated films won more than $ 200 million in the US and Canada.

“Bohemian Rhapsody,” “Star is Born,” and “Black Panther” have fans who are based on them, and are expected to increase their ratings for the 24 February show.Black Panther Still Roars After An Year : Academy Oscars 2019