"Captain America: Civil War" opened in May of 2016, and is the 15th-highest worldwide grosser, with $1.15 billion.
Excited yet? While it's still too soon for Disney to release its official projections, industry analysts believe Black Panther is headed for an $80 million debut in North America, with a possible shot at $100m-plus - providing the film is deemed a hit among critics, which we imagine it will be. There's a palpable sense of excitement in the air swirling around Ryan Coogler's upcoming Black Panther, which will claw its way into theaters on February 16th.
But Okoye and the Dora Milaje aren't the only ones taking care of business. That's where their personal conflict comes from, even though they are essentially on the same side in the name of their king.
Nyong'o - who plays Nakia, T'Challa's undercover operative within the Dora Milaje - took to social media to explain how tickets had gone on sale on Monday night, but when she went to purchase them, she wasn't able to.
Critics' Choice Awards: 10 must-see red carpet looks
Olivia Munn gave Mark Wahlberg a bit of a roasting while hosting the 2018 Critics' Choice Awards on Thursday night. It was a tie between Paul Machliss, Jonathan Amos of Baby Driver and Lee Smith of Dunkirk for Best Editing.
Lupita Nyong'o, who happens to actually be in the film, didn't either.
Black Panther doesn't hit theaters for a little over a month, but the movie is already breaking records by selling more advance tickets in its first day of sales than any other Marvel Cinematic Universe title that came before it. They are the all-female special forces of Wakanda that are made up of some of the various tribes that live within the nation. Let us know in the comment section below!
More recently, in Ta-Nehesi Coates' Black Panther run, the Doras have been going through something of a revolution of their own as some members have grown disenchanted with Wakanda's political instability.