Just two and a half weeks before filming for Marak’s debut in Wakanda, producer Nate Moore was already discussing the Black Panther sequel. He confirmed that Marvel hoped to bring the cast back “through multiple sequels.” Even in the early stages, it was clear that Marvel believed this franchise would be a success.
The First Black Panther is currently the highest-rated Marvel movie of all time on Rotten Tomatoes and is breaking records at the box office.
Black Panther 2: Cast
It is currently unclear which members of the Black Panther cast will return in the sequel.
The first is Chadwick Boseman Black Panther who has received critical and popular acclaim for his performance in Black Panther. Since he leads the franchise, it is clear that Bosman will return in the sequel.
Lupita Nyongo’s Nakia and Letitia Wright’s Shuri may also return for the series.
Black Panther 2: Release Date
Marvel currently keeps its future under the blackboard. Due to the current global pandemic coronavirus, the release date has not been announced by the Marvels.
Black Panther 2: Plotline
The first film changed Wakanda’s political direction by leaving its separatist traditions. The sequel is likely to capitalize on her, forcing T’Challa once again to confront her country’s history.
It will be a globalized Wakanda and the country that will face the Thanos outbreak. In the comics, a fight between Wakanda and the Black Order devastated the nation of T’Challa.
Disney’s bid to buy Fox’s 21st-century film and television production have created an intriguing possibility. Fans expect a controversial plot from the comics to hit the big screen; Black-Panther’s marriage to the X-Men storm. If Marvel intends to pursue this concept, it will likely take some time to produce. The purchase is currently awaiting regulatory approval, which is expected to take 12-18 months.