First Look at Dora Milage from Marvel’s Black Panther

T’Chall-the king of Wakanda, the sole leader of his king returns to his home after the events of Captain America: Civil War. The sole movie of Black Panther is going to release next year and day by day Marvel has been teasing movies glimpse.

Recently Marvel has release Black Panther’s another cast member who is T’Chall’s bodyguard popularly known as Dora Milage group. Chadwick Boseman also posted this photo on his Instagram account.

Dora Milaje
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The photogram indicated the worrier group of ladies serve the king as a bodyguard. As per the report was given by EW, the actor Danai Gurira and Florence Kasumba will play the role of Okoye and Ayo who serve the leader of the Dora Milage group.

In the recent interview, Gurira said,

“They are a very powerful force. They are not utopic, But what Wakanda has down well is it has allowed People to function within their strength. These women, their strength is to preserve Wakanda. It’s more like the secret service in a sense that it’s not just military. She is head of Intel”

Gurira will be seen as a playing Okoye character who in the comics became the first member in the Dora Milage to serve under T’Chall. Our king T’Chall view this teenage women bodyguard as his daughters, not his trainer wives.

But Gurira says to play this role, character requires hardness for not being just cold. Further, he said,

“She can be serious, but she also has an unexpected sense of humor. She has a heart, but for her country and for her people. She’s not a person who doesn’t connect to human beings as a result of what she does.”

And another actress Florence Kasumba will be playing Ayo character who is one of Midnight Angels.

So it will be interesting to see this Dora Milage type of bodyguards who serves the King of Wakanda-T’chall who is superhuman.

He doesn’t require anyone to protect himself, he is a one man army. But to protect his people, he must gather all the people who can trust him.

Black Panther will hits theaters on February 16, 2018

Source: Comic Book


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