See deleted clips from Black Panther that we all missed

Black Panther was number one at the box office for five straight weekend and its performance at the box office has been impressive! The achievements of this movie are too numerous to count, thanks to the well-curated African themes.

However, we could have sat through more screen time; the brains behind the movie thought it was better without these two scenes. While these scenes could have made Black Panther even better for what it’s worth, the movie obviously did great without them.

Deleted scenes

Okoye and W’Kabi fight it out

In a deleted scene shared Tuesday by USA Today, It turns out that Wakandan warriors Okoye (Danai Gurira) and W’Kabi (Daniel Kaluuya) are married! Not only that, but they are talking about her stepping down from the Dora Milaje to have children.

In the scene, they are both furious with each other. She is mad that he helped Erik Killmonger enter the Tribal Council room, and he is mad that T’Challa didn’t bring him Ulysses Klaue (Andy Serkis), who killed W’Kabi’s parents.

Watch the video here;

T’Challa remembers his father

In another deleted scene, shared Wednesday, T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) reminisces with Zuri (Forest Whitaker) about his father, the late King T’Chaka.

“He could pick up a grown man with one hand,” T’Challa marvels. “Run as fast as a zebra.”

In this touching scene, T’Challa and Zuri remember the man who was struck down too soon (in 2016’s Captain America: Civil War) and even get a little laugh in. Talking about his friend wanting to pass on the Panther mantle, Zuri remembers: “He told me he was too fat to fit the suit.”

Watch the video here;

Thankfully, the director’s cut is set to be released on Blu Ray this month.

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