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Director Ryan Coogler's first priority with "Black Panther": Make a good movie

My Tribe T.V
My Tribe T.V
18 Jul 2019

Marvel's "Black Panther" movie is expected to make at least $150 million over four days when it opens this holiday weekend. The highly anticipated film is the first major superhero movie with a black lead character, a black director, black writers and a predominantly black cast. Director Ryan Coogler joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the pressure of helming the history-making movie, the trip to Africa he took to prepare for the job, and maintaining the political tone of the original comic.

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