Chadwick Boseman Says Martin Scorsese ‘Didn’t Get’ What Black People Saw in ‘Black Panther’

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Chadwick Boseman Says Martin Scorsese ‘Didn’t Get’ What Black People Saw in ‘Black Panther’
Chadwick Boseman finally got his turn to respond to Martin Scorsese’s thoughts on Marvel movies, suggesting that if Scorsese saw “Black Panther,” he “didn’t get” what many black people around the world saw in the film.

The Civil War between Marvel vs. Auteurs is still very much a thing over a month later, with even Marvel chief Kevin Feige feeling the need to weigh in over the weekend after Scorsese doubled and tripled down in saying that Marvel movies were “not cinema.”

In a radio interview with BBC 5 Live in the U.K. (via The Independent), Boseman took pride in knowing he starred in the first superhero movie nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars in “Black Panther.” While Scorsese argued that superhero movies lack stakes or the emotional conflict we generally see in cinema, Boseman argues all those qualities are in “Black Panther” for an audience who would recognize it.
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