Lupita Nyong’o on Black Panther’s Cultural Impact | Inside the Actors Studio


What struck me was that
it was not shying away from the social political issues
that it ended up dealing with, you know? And I remember just
thinking, like, are you sure this is a Marvel film? Because this– this sounds
way more radical than, like, you know, Spandex. [LAUGHTER] And then, we ended
up making this film. And it’s an extremely
ambitious film. But it doesn’t compromise the– the aspirational
quality, the imagination. It embraces it, you know? So this was a case where
a popular film was doing a social solid as well,
which comes by very rarely where something is so
social politically relevant and popular. [MUSIC PLAYING]

Maurice Vega

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  2. What? It was a geat film. But what is she talking about? Making a Marvel movie isn't a political statement unless your looking for it. Me I enjoyed the film not enlightened.

  3. The cultural impact of proving that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences nominates films for awards based on Politics and not Quality.

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  6. As a film fan, i dont want my movies "socially relevant" … infact when they are, its so painfully obvious, that it sucks the fun out of them.

    We want to be entertained, not lectured.

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