T’Challa aka Black Panther will be making his Marvel Cinematic Universe debut in Captain America: Civil War, this we do know. He will also have his own, solo movie, set to release on November 3rd, 2017.
During his debut in Civil War, every superhero will be having to make a choice to which side they are on. There are two sides in Civil War, one being those that follow Iron Man and those that follow Captain America. Captain America is anti-registration. That leaves Iron Man as being pro-registration. The reason that Iron Man is so for the Registration Act, is that he feels guilty for all the lives lost due to the recklessness of all the superheroes or “powered individuals.” With Spider-Man being cast (Tom Holland), it seems as if he will make a cameo. But it is rumored to be a very small one at that. That leaves a space to which someone will need to be the neutral third party. That is apparently the role that T’Challa will be taking on. He will be introduced and represent his land and people.
I’m definitely interested in all Marvel Cinematic Universe movies. I still remember taking my oldest son (he’s 16 now) out of daycare on a Friday morning to go see Spider-Man. After the first one, he was old enough that we’d go catch the midnight showings, like all movie geeks!