T’Challa, the King of Wakanda, rises to the throne in the isolated, technologically advanced African nation, but his claim is challenged by a vengeful outsider who was a childhood victim of T’Challa’s father’s mistake. (IMDb) │ Produced by Marvel
T'Challa (to Shuri): I bought this building. And that building. And that one over there. This will be the first Wakanda International Outreach Center. Nakia will oversee the social outreach. And you will spearhead the Science and Information Exchange.
Shuri (to T'Challa): When you said you would take me to California for the first time, I thought you meant Coachella or Disneyland.
T'Challa (to Nakia): Stay. I think I know a way you can still fulfill your calling. Please stay. (They kiss)
Erik Killmonger (to T'Challa): Pops said Wakanda was the most beautiful thing he ever seen. He promised he was gonna show it to me one day. Can you believe that? Kid from Oakland running around believing in fairy tales. (T'Challa brings him on a mountain to see it) It's beautiful.
Shuri: Don't worry, I'll guide you through it. It's just like riding a hoverbike.
Everett Ross: What? You guys have hoverbikes?
T'Challa: Please allow my mother to stay here.
M'Baku: No harm will come to her. I give you my word.
T'Challa: You know, I could use an army as well.
M'Baku: I bet you could. But no.
Ramonda: T'Challa, we will not leave Wakanda.
T'Challa: It is my duty to keep you safe.
Shuri: If he gets control of our technology, nowhere will be safe. The Black Panther lives. And when he fights for the fate of Wakanda, I will be right there beside him.
Nakia: As will I.
Everett Ross: I'm in too. What? You're gonna need all the help you can get.
M'Baku: (yawns) Are you're done? A-Are you-are you- are you done?
T'Challa (to T'Chaka): You were wrong! All of you were wrong! To turn your backs on the rest of the world! We let the fear of discovery stop us from doing what is right. No more! I cannot stay here with you. I cannot rest while he sits on the throne. He is a monster of our own making. I must take the mantle back. I must! I must right these wrongs.
Okoye: I'm not a spy who can come and go as they so choose. I am loyal to that throne, no matter who sits upon it. What are you loyal to?
Nakia: I loved him. I love my country, too.
Okoye: Then you serve your country.
Nakia: No. I'll save my country.