7. In the MCU, Black Panther First Appeared in Captain America: Civil War
Black Panther (like Spider-Man) made his Marvel Cinematic Universe debut in Captain America: Civil War as part of the ensemble of cinematic superheroes. In case you need your memory refreshed, that film began with the Avengers heading to Vienna for a UN convention on the Sokovia Accords, an international agreement that would allow the UN to oversee the team.
During the convention, a brainwashed Bucky Barnes kills T’Chaka of Wakanda with a bomb, which gives T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) a reason to suit up and give chase along with the rest of the Avengers. The post-credits scene of Civil War also gave us our first glimpse of Wakanda, as it reveals that Bucky Barnes, aka the Winter Soldier, is being held in cryogenic sleep until doctors can reverse his brainwashing.
Will Bucky Barnes show up in Black Panther? Sebastian Stan isn’t on the cast list, but it’s not beyond Marvel to throw us a curveball every once in a while.
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