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11th Nov 2020

After Dark 9: Black Panther 2: Good or Bad Idea with Jay Wells Jr.

Would you support another Black Panther movie?

After the sudden and shocking death of Chadwick Boseman, some of us wonder is this the end of the Black Panther movies.  Even though Chadwick Boseman played other iconic characters such as Thurgood Marshall, most people know him because of his role as Black Panther. What direction should the studios go now that he has passed? 

Today, friend of the show Black Panther stuntman, Jay Wells Jr (actor, stunt choreographer and more) discuss the future of the Black Panther series. We touch on the role of Killmonger, the Black Panther comics and why I think Wesley Snipes could never have played the part. 

Join the conversation to hear why or why not Black Panther can go on.

Key Topics:

  • The importance of Black Panther culturally
  • Chadwick Boseman as an actor
  • Black Panther Comics
  • Black Panther 2
  • Who else could have played Black Panther

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Have you ever wondered what real people really talk about when the gloves are off? Do you think you are the only one who thinks like you do about the world today? Are you ready to hear adult conversations? In today’s world, the ignorant and biased people are loud. They don’t represent the “silent” majority’s views or how we really feel. On After Dark, I have conversations with friends of the show about life, love and more. Sometimes, we agree and are on the same page. Other times we disagree, but either way everyone’s opinion is respected and represented here.

Valencia is an author, speaker, and a business owner. Most of all, she is a wife, mother and a black woman maneuvering everything from foster parenting to dealing with racism to questioning systematic programming by the media. "Have conversations that mean something!”

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Valencia Griffin-Wallace

Valencia Griffin-Wallace is the founder of Define U, LLC, host of the Define U Radio podcast, best selling author of many titles and award winning author of Motherless Child, her story of growing up with an addict. She is on a mission to educate gen x women about true self empowerment, accountability and confidence. In her words, "Your past doesn't define you, it gives you definition and what you do with that is up to you."