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Martin Freeman Suggests Black Panther Influence Is Overstated
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11 May 2018 04:50 PM EST

Martin Freeman thinks the potential influence of 'Black Panther' has been overstated. The actor stars as Everett K. Ross in the widely acclaimed Marvel movie, which features a predominantly black cast, but Martin doubts the film will spark a significant social change in the US. Reflecting on the response to 'Black Panther', Martin said: "People have felt a need for it, and people don't always feel a social need to go and see a film. "Certain members of certain communities feel that, 'Yes, this is my film.' I'm not making any claims that now America will change - of course it won't. Martin says it's important to keep the potential influence of films in perspective. He told the Guardian: "You have to be realistic about what we do. We are making films, which are really important, but it doesn't change everything.”

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