Get ready to chat all over again about “Wakanda Forever!” Taking part in the long-awaited succession of the “Black Panther” 2018 blockbuster has begun officially.
Kevin Feige, president of Marvel Studios, said that ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ was filming at Pinewood Studios, Atlanta on Tuesday.
Variety reported. Feige has stated that everybody is back from the original cast, but not Chadwick Boseman of course late star, who died after a 4-year fight against colon cancer in August 2020.
Feige said before the Los Angeles ‘Black Widow’ Global Fan Event, ‘It’s obviously emotional without Chad.’ “But all are also excited to bring Wakanda’s world back to the general public and to the fans.
We will do this in such a way that Chad would be proud, ” He added. Details of the plot were kept wrapped and Feige did not tell what specific players would return.
But Danai Gurira, Letitia Wright, Daniel Kaluuya, Winston Duke and Lupita Nyong’o, Kasumba and Bassett all probably would take up their original roles. The next instalment from his screenplay will be directed by director Ryan Coogler.
The debut is on July 8, 2022 of “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.” The upcoming film is one of 26 titles on the theatrical release of the Marvel Studios and on Disney Plus, including a television series in the Wakanda world which has been signed with The Walt disney company in February for several years.
When released in February 2018, the first edition of the ‘Black Panther’ series was a major hit. Worldwide the film has earned USD 1,34 billion to Marvel’s largest non-Avengers film ever.
The film also received seven nominations for the Academy Award and won Oscars for score, costume design and production.
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