Actor Samuel L. Jackson says he isn’t convinced “Black Panther” will have a lasting impact for African Americans in movies. The Oscar-nominated star shares his reservations in an interview with “Vogue” magazine. Jackson says he isn’t positive the critically-acclaimed and hugely profitable superhero movie is going to change the dynamic of black stories being told in Hollywood. Jackson said “Black Panther” is popular because it’s the kind of action-adventure story that a lot of people all over the world like. Over the weekend, “Black Panther” just passed “Titanic” as North America’s third highest-grossing movie of all time.
What are your thoughts on this?