Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, the eagerly anticipated sequel taking place in the African region of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, has received a new trailer from Marvel Studios. The teaser also hints at how the sequel will handle the early departure of Wakanda’s monarch, just as we lamented the untimely death of Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman.
Many recognisable Black Panther characters are seen in the new teaser, many of whom are lamenting the death of their king. As members of the royal family or close friends who fought alongside Black Panther in countless fights, Lupita Nyong’o’s Nakia, Winston Duke’s M’Baku, Angela Bassett’s Ramonda, Danai Gurira’s Okoye, and Letitia Wright’s Shuri are among those left distraught by King T’Challa’s death. Given that one of King T’Challa’s final royal decisions before the events of Avengers: Infinity Wars and Avenger: Endgame was to bring the afrofuturistic kingdom out of hiding, his passing is certain to have a profound effect on Wakanda. King T’Challa resolves to lead the Wakandan people in new agreements for collaboration with the after the conclusion of Black Panther.
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Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will also serve as Dominique Thorne’s MCU debut because of Wakanda’s aspirations to share its wealth and technology with other countries. Dominique Thorne will play Riri Williams in this film. In the comic books, the smart young woman Riri took Tony Stark’s place as the new Ironheart, an armoured superhero. Wakanda Forever’s storyline will lead to whatever solo adventure Riri has to take next since Ironheart is also scheduled to become a series on Disney+.
Wakanda Forever is anticipated to tie in with an untitled spinoff series set in Wakanda in addition to adding a new hero to the MCU and addressing the legacy of Black Panther. The series, which also features Boseman, will continue to explore Wakandan mythology and international ties while starring Gurira as the warrior Okoye. All of these initiatives will cause the Black Panther franchise to focus more on other characters, as Marvel Studios has vowed to never recast King T’Challa.
Ryan Coogler, who directed the first Black Panther, is returning to direct the follow-up. Coogler and Joe Robert Cole both sign the script together once more. Martin Freeman, who played CIA operative Everett K. Ross in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, will also make a cameo appearance. Ross has strong ties to Wakanda. Tenoch Huerta and Michaela Coel (I May Destroy You) are recent additions to Wakanda Forever (Narcos: Mexico).
This November 11, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will be released.