Lupita Nyong'o Can't Master Her Wakandan Weapons in 'Black Panther' Gag Reel (Exclusive)

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Dora Milaje-ing ain't easy, as proven in this exclusive clip from the Black Panther gag reel that shows Lupita Nyong'o -- who plays the War Dog, Nakia, and is the star of the movie's outtakes -- filming the movie's climactic battle scene. "Wakanda forever!" she screams as she throws one of her blade rings in the air and...well, she doesn't catch it, repeatedly.

"Sh*t. I am sorry," Chadwick Boseman says in another scene, impressively maintaining his Wakandan accent even as he apologizes.

"Aw, you was good, bro," someone -- presumably director Ryan Coogler -- can be heard off-camera, as Boseman's onscreen little sister, Letitia Wright, chimes in. "He was..." she starts, breaking into a jig that elicits a big laugh from Nyong'o. "Superb."

In addition to the gag reel, the Black Panther special features contain four deleted scenes, including a much-anticipated cut sequence between Okoye and W'Kabi which further delves into the relationship between Danai Gurira and Daniel Kaluuya's characters, a UN meet and greet with Martin Freeman's Everett K. Ross and a flashback sequence featuring young T'Challa and King T'Chaka (Atandwa Kani).

Black Panther Blu-ray
Marvel Studios

Here is the full breakdown of the bonus materials:

Never-before-seen extras feature commentary from director Ryan Coogler; deleted scenes; outtakes; and several making-of featurettes, which detail the Black Panther's evolution, the remarkable women of Wakanda, the history of T’Challa's proud nation, and the cosmic origin and technological applications of vibranium. Also included are a roundtable discussion with BLACK PANTHER filmmakers and writers; a featurette tracing the countless connections between heroes, characters and storylines within the Marvel Cinematic Universe; and an exclusive sneak peek at ANT-MAN AND THE WASP.

Black Panther is now available digitally and on Blu-ray and DVD on May 15.


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