Black Panther was a huge success and many people really enjoyed the film. However, few realised that SA-born comedian, Trevor Noah, also featured in the film. Many people missed his small role.
Many South Africans truly enjoyed the Hollywood film, Black Panther. It was different from other superhero movies and the first film to have all its main characters played by black actors.
Despite the film's huge success, there's a small detail that many people completely missed - comedian Trevor Noah's role in it.
The popular TV host and jokester was part of the cast, but we never got to actually see him.
Instead, we got to hear him.
Trevor (or rather, his voice) made his appearance in the movie during the scene where Everett K. Ross (Martin Freeman) has to man a Wakandan ship.
Trevor is the ship's voice, Briefly.co.za learnt.
How cool is that? We missed it when watching the film the first time, but now that we know, it's actually super obvious.
Check it out:
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