Ryan Coogler Explains What Happened to Erik Killmonger’s Mom in ‘Black Panther’



Killmonger’s mom is never seen on screen causing viewers to speculate who she could be.

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24 thoughts on “Ryan Coogler Explains What Happened to Erik Killmonger’s Mom in ‘Black Panther’

  1. You know that's some pretty cool insight right there. I love how Coogler implemented that aspect, and gave us that little 'Did you know' fun fact ✊.
    Overall, I enjoyed this movie and movies like it because I enjoyed seeing different African garb, true african representation, and even the language they spoke in the movie as well✊.

  2. American black men are the master minds behind this movie white men can't make a movie like this it takes black people to show case black people!! the best person to make a movie about Chinese would be a Chinese person.

  3. Black panther was not created by Stan Lee it's a play off the black panther party turned into a comic book character.nobody called themselves black panther but black men not Africans.

  4. Black panther was created by American black men that's why it's American black men who are the geniuses who put this movie together marvel just added that African shit to it!!no Africans put this movie together and no white men they all just steal credit!!

  5. So much bottled up Anger and Hate from rough past experiences felt the passion he had villain or not I connected deeply with his character

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