Hype for Black Panther 2 Just went into overdrive. Marvel has released the trailer for the highly anticipated sequel to the 2018 Oscar-nominated black leopard July 23 during Marvel’s Comic-Con panel. The movie has been officially titled Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, its return feature Lupita Nyong’o as Nakia, Danai Gurira as Okoye, and Letitia Wright As Shuri, who faced a new world after T’Challa’s death.
Most of the trailer has no dialogue, but the footage is full of emotion. Suri is seen crying. Even in the face of pain, Ramanda remains steadfast. “I’m the queen of the most powerful nation in the world, and my whole family is gone! Didn’t I give it all?” Ramonda asked in the trailer. The final moments of the trailer showcase a new character taking up the Black Panther mantle Although it is probably Shuri, her face is not shown.
Winston Duke And Angela Bassett, who play M’Baku and Ramonda, respectively, are also back, fiercely defending Wakanda. Sadly, there has been no T’Challa, aka the original Black Panther, since his rise to stardom Chadwick Boseman Tragically passed away From colon cancer in 2020 at age 43.
Letitia Wright in ‘Black Panther’ (Photo: Marvel/Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures/Everett Collection)
Black Panther 2 Filming began in June 2021, with director Ryan Coogler and Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige at the helm. It was previously confirmed that T’Challa would not be reinstated in the wake of Chadwick’s death. Lupita said yahoo In April 2021, Joe Coogler “reshaped” the film sequel to honor the late actor.
“His idea, the way he reshaped the second movie, is a tribute to the loss we’ve experienced as a cast and as a world,” Lupita explained.