If there are no more delays, Black Panther 2 should arrive in theatres by the end of the year. Following a brief delay due to Covid, production on the highly anticipated MCU sequel resumed in January 2022 and ended in March 2022. After suffering an accident while filming in November 2021, Letitia Wright needed a hiatus until January 2022 to recover. The sequel’s title, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, was officially announced in May 2021. The sequel, originally scheduled for release in May 2022, has now been pushed back to November 2022, and so far, everything appears to be on track for that date.
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With everyone on board working to honor the late Chadwick Boseman, the sequel will mark the first return to Wakanda since his untimely passing in August 2020. He was “honored by committing ourselves to the story that he established, the legacy that he started with this series,” Wright stated in May 2022. In spite of the numerous challenges, the cast and crew joined together as a unit and gave their all to the project. According to the director, “And we just committed every day to work hard, regardless of circumstances.”
We’re not sure how the sequel will handle Boseman’s untimely death (although he won’t be digitally rebuilt), but there’s enough news to digest while we wait for the film’s debut. Everything you need to know about Black Panther: Wakanda Forever may be found here.
Black Panther 2 Release Date
Wakanda Forever has been pushed back from October 2021 to November 11, 2022. As of July 2023, The Marvels has been pushed back four months to July 2022, and the sequel will now take its place. We hope this will be the final shift for the film, while nothing is set in stone. There was a pause in filming between November 2021 and January 2022, as previously reported. However, production began in January 2022 and was completed in March 2022, so we can only hope that the picture will be released in November as planned.
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Black Panther 2 Cast
It has been revealed that the sequel would not replace the character of T’Challa and will honor the legacy of Chadwick Boseman. Thankfully, the sequel will not make use of a ‘digital double’ of the original cast members. ‘There’s only one Chadwick, and he’s not with us,’ said Marvel Studios EVP Victoria Alonso. Unfortunately, our monarch has died in real life, not only in fiction, and we are taking some time to see how we return to history and what we do to respect this chapter of what has occurred to us that was so unexpected, so traumatic, so dreadful, actually,” he said.
“Kevin Feige” chimed in: “The fictional African nation of Wakanda is ripe for exploration by a wide range of characters and groups. The next story’s primary focus has always been on this. We won’t be using a computer-generated version of Chadwick or recasting T’Challa.” Winston Duke, Lupita Nyong’o, Angela Bassett, Danai Gurira, and Danny Sapani all return as Shuri, Nakia, M’Baku, Okoye, and Ramonda in the follow-up to their roles from the first film.
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In the sequel, Duke is supposedly going to get an “increased part,” but Marvel has yet to confirm the rumors. Narcos: Mexico star Tenoch Huerta is going to play one of the antagonists, reportedly Namor. Daniel Kaluuya’s future as W’Kabi is still up in the air, but Martin Freeman will be back as CIA operative Everett Ross. A “simply wonderful” filming experience has been teased by Sapani recently, raising expectations for the eventual product. Killmonger, played by Michael B Jordan, will he return?
However, strange things have happened before and it’s possible that Killmonger will return in the sequel. As Killmonger in the What If…? sequel, Jordan returned to the role he played in the original film. However, when asked about a possible return to the MCU in January 2022, he remained evasive. A character in a universe “I adore so much,” he remarked, “makes me feel the same way.” “We don’t know. All of us are aware of the plans and stuff Marvel has in place, as well as how things will turn out.”
It has been announced that I May Destroy You actress Michaela Coel and If Beale Street Could Talk Dominique Thorne will be joining the cast. In No Way Home, when MJ (Zendaya) and Ned (Jacob Batalon) leave for MIT, could Riri’s appearance lead to a Spider-Man crossover? It’s where Riri went to college in the comics, and the sequel was supposed to be filmed at MIT as well. However, Anthony Mackie, the actor best known for his role as Falcon and the Winter Soldier in Captain America: The Winter Soldier, has announced that he will not appear in the film.
Again, this may be a ploy similar to the Spider-Men reunion. I don’t know yet. Meanwhile, Ryan Coogler, who wrote and directed the first two films in the Black Panther series, is returning to write and direct Wakanda Forever.
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Black Panther 2 Plot
For this sequel to succeed, it will have to focus on the realm of Wakanda and beyond now that the character of T’Challa will not be recast, and all we can say is that it will. The sequel to “Wakanda” has yet to be released, but it appears that we’ll get to know a variety of individuals and learn more about the “mythology” of Wakanda. Official storyline details have emerged from Production Weekly, confirming that the aquatic villain Namor will appear in Wakanda Forever.
For the sake of their own safety, as well as in a sense, out of fear, both Wakanda and Atlantis have chosen to remain hidden civilizations with high levels of technological advancement as well as increasing militaristic capability. When Kevin Feige said he intended to examine more of Wakandan history in the sequel, we should expect to see some historical flashbacks that would show us how Wakanda came to be. T’Challa takes the herb again at the end of the movie and meets his father, who tells him, ‘Hey, man.'” In March of this year, he told Entertainment Weekly, “We’ve kind of screwed up, and I want to change it.”
Suddenly, the spirits of T’Chaka’s forebears appear behind him. Jokingly, we would ask, “I want to know… what is their story?” “What’s that?” Bashing was Wakanda’s first monarch, but who was he? I don’t know who that third person to the left of T’Chaka is. In 1938, what was life like in Wakanda? That’d be really nice. ” What’s more, can Angela Bassett give any hints about the film’s plot?
According to Cinema Blend, “Not one single thing.” Black Panther 2 will be released in November, so keep your eyes peeled for that. And it’s going to be spectacular. This film’s director Ryan Coogler is a brilliant writer, director, and manager. We are in for a real treat. You can bet on it. Both Martin Freeman and I can’t go into specifics, but we do have an intriguing viewpoint on how the script (tragically) changed over time. He told Collider that “the script had gone in” just before Chadwick died.
This could have been a Black Panther movie without Chadwick because how can you have a Black Panther movie without Black Panther? They already had the script and were working on it.” As a result, I don’t know how that will turn out. And, of course, doing it without Chad would have been a bad idea even before he died. It would have been a complete waste of time and energy. That he isn’t here was a shock, and it remains a mystery to this day.”
Black Panther 2 Trailer
We expect the first trailer to be released at Comic-Con, where Marvel has indicated that they will hold a panel. Even if it doesn’t, we hope that it will be available online as well. To get your feed of Wakanda, you can watch the original Black Panther on Disney+, or any of the many MCU films out there for a superhero fix.