Black Panther will make a come back bigger and better than ever before. All this is for his solo movie sequel to his Oscar-winning movie.
Black Panther is questionably the movie that receives praise in the MCU. And one can understand why it is not hard to see.
Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) learns how to rule his technologically advanced kingdom of Wakanda. He is also facing off in opposition to threats including opponent candidate Kilmonger (Michael B. Jordan). All of it makes thrilling viewing.
The movie has a ground-breaking love of African culture and hit female cast like Nakia, Okoye, and Shuri.
Marvel Studios confirm about the sequel.
Black Panther 2: Release Date
It is going to release on the 8th of May, 2022. Previously, it is set for an earlier release. However, the coronavirus has pushed back all films. Black Panther 2: Director.
The Director of the sequel is Ryan Coogler.
Black Panther 2: Cast
Chadwick Boseman as Black Panther/T’ChallaThe King of Wakanda is back for his solo outing in the sequel.
Lupita Nyong’o as Nakia.
She is going to be there as Black Panther’s love interest and advocate of Wakanda international relations.
Danai Guriria as Okoye.
The General of the Dora Milaje fights for her king in the first film and will be onscreen to fight for Wakanda in the sequel.
Daniel Kaluuya as W’Kabi.
He plays T’Challa’s best friend in the first film before joining with Kilmonger.
Letitia Wright as Shuri.
The genius sister of T’Challa confirms returning for the sequel.
Martin Freeman as Everett Ross.
He portrays T’Challa’s CIA ally in the first film after his first appearance in Captain America: Civil War.
Winston Duke as M’Baku.
The head of the mountain-residing Jabari tribe is now on Wakanda’s national council. He will be back despite his villainous role in the comics.
Angela Bassett as Ramonda.
She is likely to return as the fierce Queen Mother of Wakanda, Ramonda.
There are reports by Entertainment Tonight that Michael B. Jordan will return in some form as Erik ‘Kilmonger’ Stevens/N’Jadaka.
Black Panther 2: Plot
Ryan Coogler reveals his interest lies in exploring T’Challa’s reign as King and the way he adjusts to the throne.
Cooler tells that “You know, in the comic books he’s very young when [his father] T’Chaka is killed. In the MCU, he’s a man. And these are two separate things. So, in the books, he is a child king. He gets his throne when he is very young.”
“So he has a different type of control and confidence in his position, you know? In our film, that character is just trying to settle in. So I’d be interested to see, what kind of king he is with experience.”
The film will also follow up on Black Panther revealing Wakanda’s significance to the world at the ending of the first movie.