Wakandan War Chants Were Improvised in INFINITY WAR

I loved Avengers: Infinity War. I thought it was a spectacular movie. One of the many parts I loved, was when the Wakanda warriors do their awesome war chants before engaging Thanos’ forces. It turns out, that was not planned by the Russo brothers. Infinity War and Black Panther were being filmed at the same time so there was no way for the Russos to know how successful the movie would be or how much people would love the war chants and the phrase “Wakanda forever!” The brothers did not plan on including any of that into Infinity War. However, in the commentary for Infinity War, they explain how Winston Duke and Chadwick Boseman incorporated them into the film.

We did not know — because we had not seen Black Panther because they were still making Black Panther — about their war chants,” Joe Russo notes on the commentary. “And they just started doing it.”

”Oh my God, yeah,” Anthony Russo interjects.

”And after watching Winston doing it in the opening of the sequence, it led to the responding war cry that T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) leads,” Joe Russo says. “A year ahead of time, we had no idea ‘Wakanda forever!’ was going to be amazing.”

Infinity War is available on Digital now and on Blu-ray August 14, 2018.

Source: THR

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