6:42am PT by Ryan Parker
'Black Panther' Production Designer Shares Gorgeous Set Photos
The sets of Black Panther are truly a sight to behold.
Yes, the film had its fair share of CG — as does any Marvel film — but there was much more to the sets than viewers may have thought.
Recently, Black Panther production designer Hannah Beachler shared some of her personal behind-the-scenes pictures of the sets taken during production of the blockbuster film.
Locations include M'Baku's throne room, T'Challa's office and the Hall of Kings in Necropolis, where the Heart-Shaped Herb is grown.
Beachler said her favorite set is Princess Shuri's Lab, which she also posted.
The Marvel film, with a nearly all-black cast, has been hailed by fans and critics alike, earning more than $600 million globally after fewer than three weeks in theaters.
See the gorgeous set photos below.
I'm gonna share a couple pics I snapped of the sets, M'Baku's throne room, T'Challa's office and Hall of Kings in Necropolis. Proud of the hard work this team put in to everything we did. #BlackPanther #chinchilla1970 #productiondesign pic.twitter.com/aGB5h5YE9q— Hannah Beachler (@chinchilla1970) February 21, 2018
The Jabari are master carpenters, wood is their vibranium, but only when burnt it has the same properties. The wood was hand burnt for the sets and the burn is gradient from back to front. pic.twitter.com/4K9nZQTIE6— Hannah Beachler (@chinchilla1970) February 21, 2018