Ryan Coogler Reveals What Happen to Erik Killmonger's Mother.

May 5, 2018
Ryan Coogler Reveals What Happen to Erik Killmonger's Mother
Black Panther is said to be one of Marvel's top grossing films of all time and may only be surpassed by Infinity Wars with the help of Black Panther himself and the 1000 other characters that are in the film and the memorable villain Thanos. 
With that said, the Blockbuster is about to be released on Blu-ray and director Ryan Coogler cleared up a few things pertaining to the supposed villain fan proclaimed liberator Erik Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan). Killmonger himself was an exceptional character in the film which is the total opposite he was in the comic books aka a pure villain he was. 
Fans connected to the character and wanted to know more about his life or what wasn't shown on the big screen. The thing most people asked about was Killmonger's mother. Many people wanted to know just where Killmonger's mother is or even who is she. 
The film showed Killmonger's father aka the Prince of Wakanda and brother of T'chaka aka N'Jobu. We'll during commentary from the Black Panther Blu-ray, Coogler revealed that Killmonger’s California-native mother was the one who not only caught N’Jobu attention but inspired him to expand Wakanda’s natural Vibranium resources in order to help outside communities. Killmonger's mother was imprisoned.
This is what THR revealed Coogler said:
“The idea was when you see those guys talking over the paperwork at the beginning of the film, they’re talking about a way to break her out of jail. The idea was they never got her out, and she passed away in prison, so Killmonger didn’t come up with a mom either.”
Killmonger was already a sympathetic villain but this has made Killmonger possibly the most sympathetic villain in the MCU. I dare say Killmonger's reason is even greater than Thanos because what Killmonger was fighting for is happening in real life and what happened in his life also goes on in the real world. 
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Black Panther is set to release on Blu-ray May 15. 
Reporting: Janice Muller
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