F1 has seen a connection with the Black Panther series before when Chadwick Boseman, who played the title character in the 2018 film, passed away.
Lewis Hamilton took pole position at the 2020 Belgian Grand Prix, one day after Boseman died.
He subsequently dedicated his achievement to the American actor.
Perez enters the Brazilian race weekend as he looks to strengthen his hold of second in the Drivers’ Championship.
Red Bull team-mate Max Verstappen has already wrapped up the Drivers’ title with several rounds to spare.
However, Perez is currently locked in a close tussle with Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc, and currently leads the Monegasque driver by five points in the standings.
“I think in general with Charles it has been good, the fighting,” Perez said last time out in Mexico. “It’s always, really close, really tight.
“And you know that Charles will be aggressive, always, but always fair. And it’s something I don’t believe he will change, no matter how we get into Abu Dhabi, what difference will it make because he is like that?
“And I don’t see that changing. And I also feel like, from my side, I’m also fair. So I don’t expect that to change.”