The fantastic superhero film “Black Panther” won the MTV Movie & TV Awards in the “Best Film” nomination. This is reported in Twitter.
At the award ceremony, Michael B. Jordan, who played the role of the main antagonist in the film, noted the universality of the “Black Panther” irrespective of skin color. His words are conveyed to CNN:
This picture is not only for “color” – it is universal for all. This is what I really want to bring to everyone.
The “Black Panther” was rivaled by the films “Avengers: War of Infinity”, “Girls Trip”, “IT” and “Wonder Woman”. During the television broadcast of the ceremony, the winners were named in other main categories. So, in the nomination “Best series” won “Stranger Things”, fighting for this title with the “Game of Thrones”, as well as projects “13 reasons why”, “Riverdale” and “Grown-ish.” MTV’s award for the best role in the film was given to Chadwick Bozeman for his work in the Black Panther, which went around in the nomination Saoirse Ronan (Lady Bird), Timothy Chalamet (“Call me by his name”), Daisy Ridley (“Star Wars: The Last Jedi “) and Ansel Elgort (” Baby Driver “). The award for the best role on TV was received by the star of the series “Very Weird Cases” by Millie Bobby Brown, whose contenders in this nomination were Macy Williams (“The Game of Thrones”), Katherine Langford (“13 Reasons Why”), Darren Criss (“American Crime Story “) and Issa Rae (” Insecure “).
In March, it was reported that the film “Black Panther” directed by Ryan Coogler became the highest-grossing superhero militant. She raised $ 630.9 million in the US box office.