Black Panther: Wakanda Forever - Midnight Angel Edition

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Brief Synopsis:
The people of Wakanda fight to protect their home from intervening world powers as they mourn the death of King T'Challa.

The Midnight Angel Edition reintegrates 4 new deleted scenes, and 10 more minutes of footage, as well as restructing the ending of the film for a more fluid finale, with the mid-credits now being attached to the rest of the film.
Sitting in the theatre, there felt like there was some character stuff missing with Okoye and Ross, and it was good to see more for them on the Blu-Ray.

The mid-credits smelt suspiciously like Spider-Man: Far From Home, as it was simply the 2nd half of the last scene before the credits. I wanted to reintegrate that into the main film.
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Black Panther (2018) Score by Ludwig Göransson - Busan Skyline, and Wakanda were used to bridge the Border Tribe scene and where the mid-credits scene was, respectively
Special Thanks:
lapis molari for watching the preview cut, and providing subtitles for the edit
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Special Features
- Bobson Introduces the Midnight Angel Edition: Mini-Podcast
Cuts and Additions:
- added Okoye trying to steal a ship to find Shuri, before being stopped by the Dora Milaje, and the new leader, Ayo. Aneka leaves the Dora Milaje, as she can't stand with them anymore.
- added Everett Ross disgusing himself as an MI-6 agent, to sneak into the NSA and wipe Riri's laptop and all files relating to the Vibranium tracker
- added 'National Security Agency' location card to the NSA scene
- added Okoye talking to her uncle, as he implies the Border Tribe may want to take over Wakanda, with her as queen
- cut shot with Ross contacting the Wakandans via the beads, as he no longer has them due to the NSA scene
- added Okoye meeting Shuri in Haiti, saying her goodbyes, but saying she would be there if needed, anytime
- recut the ending, to attach the post-credits scene onto the end of the film, playing as one long, unbroken scene
- removed the score from the mid-credits scene, as to play better with the original final scene

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