Wakanda Forever! Black Panther bags a Golden Globe Award nod
The internet is in full celebration mode after Black Panther became the first comic book movie to get a nod at the Golden Globe Awards.
The Marvel film which is centered around the hidden world of Wakanda bagged three nominations. The Best Motion Picture – Drama, Best Original Score – Motion Picture and Best Original Song – Motion Picture for the song All the Stars.
Fans are excited that the film got the recognition. It is an even bigger deal because the awards ceremony is known for its skepticism towards comic book movies.
However, the record shattering film started the year off on a high and hasn't lost momentum ever since.
There's no denying that Black Panther fans are proud of the nods and are also looking forward to the upcoming Oscar nods.
It’s ONE thing to be a 1st-time @goldenglobes Nominee Announcer, it’s a whole OTHER thing to have #BlackPanther nominated as the 1st superhero movie to score the Globes’ Best Picture Drama nod! Thank you #HFPA & my fellow announcers, @terrycrews, #LeslieMann, & @ChristianSlater! pic.twitter.com/nMXC6Ne8m2— Danai Gurira (@DanaiGurira) December 7, 2018
WOW!— Shaun King (@shaunking) December 6, 2018
BlacKkKlansman, Black Panther, and If Beale Street Could Talk were all just nominated for Golden Globes for Best Picture.
Congrats to @MarvelStudios for landing their first ever Best Picture nod at the #GoldenGlobes today with #BlackPanther. No superhero film in the history of the awards show has ever been nominated for Best Picture (Drama). This is the first. pic.twitter.com/MxGHrXlbCy— Erik Davis (@ErikDavis) December 6, 2018