A superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character Black Panther, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, is under production in the United States.
Marvel Studios and Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures will produce and distribute the film, which is set to be the 30th feature in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the sequel to Black Panther (2018).
Filmmaker Ryan Coogler, who co-wrote the screenplay with Joe Robert Cole, is behind the project, which stars Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira and Martin Freeman, among others.
There were already plans for a follow-up to Black Panther when the film was released in February 2018. Marvel Studios officially announced the sequel’s production in mid-2019 after Coogler agreed to return as director in the following months.
T’Challa’s character was not remade after Black Panther actor Chadwick Boseman died of colon cancer in August 2020, with Marvel deciding not to do so. At this point, the title had been revealed in May 2021, and other members of the original cast had been confirmed to return by November of that year.
Atlanta and Brunswick, Georgia and nearby Massachusetts were the locations of production from late June to early November of 2021, with a respite beginning later in the month. In late January 2022, filming will continue.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will be published on November 11, 2022 in the United States as part of Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).
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Black Panther 2 Characters-
- Lupita Nyong’o plays Nakia, T’Challa’s ex-lover and a War Dog, an undercover snoop for Wakanda, a fictional African kingdom.
- Danai Gurira plays Okoye, the leader of Wakanda’s all-female special forces and bodyguards for the king, T’Challa.
- Agent of the CIA played by Martin Freeman.
- Shakur’s younger sister Shuri, played by Letitia Wright, is an inventor in Wakanda.
- Chadwick Boseman, who portrayed T’Challa in the first film and died in August 2020, was replaced as T’Challa by Shuri in the sequel.
- Winston Duke portrays M’Baku, the Jabari chieftain of Wakanda’s mountain tribe, the Jabari, in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
- Ramonda, the Queen Mother of Wakanda, is played by Angela Bassett.
- Riri Williams, as Ironheart, is played by Dominique Thorne. She is a brilliant scientist who develops a suit of armour that rivals that of Tony Stark, aka Iron Man.
As a bonus, Isaach de Bankolé and Dorothy Steel reprise their roles as Wakandan River Tribe and Merchant Tribe elders.
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How Is Black Panther 2 Getting Started?
Trilith Studios in Atlanta began filming Summer Break on June 29, 2021 under the working title. Filming was scheduled to begin in March of 2021 before to Boseman’s death.
Feige promised that “everyone” from the original picture will return as soon as production got underway.
Following Marvel Studios’ Loki, Autumn Durald serves as the cinematographer, replacing the original film’s cinematographer Rachel Morrison.
Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, Morrison was unable to return for Wakanda Forever, a longtime collaborator of Coogler’s, since she had to film Flint Strong instead.
In July, Bassett revealed that because of Boseman’s death, the screenplay had gone through at least five iterations. Also, she hinted that the previous film’s co-writer, Joe Robert Cole, would be involved in the sequel, which Feige soon confirmed, while Michaela Coel was added to the cast in an unspecified role.
While Isaach de Bankolé was expected to resume his role as the River Tribe elder,Dominique Thorne began filming sequences for Wakanda Forever as Riri Williams / Ironheart before appearing in the Disney+ series, Ironheart.
Worcester and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology were slated to host August filming (MIT). Filming of an automobile chase in Worcester, Massachusetts, was scheduled to begin on August 18.
The Ernest A. Johnson Tunnel was used for a pursuit scene on August 23 and 24. While filming a stunt in Boston on August 25, Wright was briefly hospitalised after suffering minor injuries in an accident.
September saw Wright return to London for treatment as production continued to revolve around the character she portrays.
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