Black Panther (2018)
- the Golden Tribe (the royal tribe) uses a motif of black and purple, and a continental symbol for the sun found throughout Africa. They also have panther-themed designs.
- the Border Tribe was inspired by Lesotho architecture/language, and uses a motif of blue and wood. They have rhino-themed weapons (attack rhinos, shields and horn-shaped blades)
- the River Tribe uses a motif of shells and green, and wear crocodile skins and leather.
- the Mining Tribe wear lion-themed designs.
- the Jabari Tribe wears fur and wood to represent their naturalism and to honor their sacred animal the gorilla. They also speak in a Yoruba dialect of West Africa, in contrast to the Wakandans having the Xhosa dialect of South Africa, to represent their outsider status.
Even though he wasn't part of the final project, Snipes has said that he supports the film and Chadwick Boseman's interpretation "1,000 percent".
However, the Korean scenes were shot on location.
This is the third major superhero film to employ nanite displays, after X-Men (2000) and Man of Steel (2013).
The other broken white boy is Bucky Barnes, who was sent to Wakanda to have his brainwashing fixed in Captain America: Civil War (2016) and who appears in a post-credits scene in the film.
The name was edited out when the film was released in India, to make sure Hindu sensibilities were not offended.