Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is reportedly undergoing a flurry of reshoots just two months before the film’s release date, which is scheduled for November 11.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever He is reportedly doing reshoots just two months before the film’s release date.
As Cosmic Circus noted on Twitter, director Ryan Coogler will direct a series of new shoots in Georgia during the week of September 7. It’s rare for a movie to undergo reshoots so close to its release date, but some fans speculate that the creative team is shooting new post-credits scenes. In the response section, several Marvel Cinematic Universe enthusiasts request a post-credits scene featuring a variant of T’Challa, using the hashtag #RecastTCalla.
Marvel Studios brought back acclaimed director Ryan Coogler for the sequel after the first. Black Panther The film became one of Marvel’s most successful films, grossing over a billion dollars at the box office and earning a Best Picture nomination at the 91st Academy Awards. However, writing and directing the sequel was no easy task after the surprise passing of lead actor Chadwick Boseman in 2020. According to Boseman’s co-star Lupita Nyong’o, Coogler recast the sequel in a way that respects Boseman, explaining that the director “feels the loss in a very, very real way.”
Compared to most other Marvel movies, not much is known about the upcoming sequel to the 2018 hit movie. However, the synopsis, released just after the emotionally charged trailer debuted, suggests that the nation of Wakanda He will face his toughest battle yet. The story will take place after the death of King T’Challa and will see familiar characters like Shuri (Letitia Wright), M’Baku (Winston Duke), Okoye (Danai Gurira), and Queen Ramonda (Angela Bassett) stand against Namor ( Tenoch Huerta), the leader of a mysterious underwater empire.
Letitia Wright, who many theorize will take on the role of the new Black Panther, spoke about how Shuri reacts to T’Challa’s death in the sequel. “The loss of her brother makes her so consumed with her work that she’s creating on another level, a higher level actually,” Wright said. “So, there’s so much new technology to look forward to, and I think that’s where the sweet spot of it is right now. Like, ‘How do I process this?’ And she just puts all her energy, even more so, into technology. So there’s a lot of cool new stuff to look out for.”
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever hits theaters November 11.