More details have been released about the Marvel movie sequel Black Panther. After the sudden death of protagonist Chadwick Boseman, that sequel was postponed, but now there seem to be concrete plans.
The superhero movie Black Panther was a huge hit in 2018. The all-black main cast with lead actor Chadwick Boseman in the lead provided a much-acclaimed film that was also very successful at the box office.
Marvel soon decided to make a sequel to Black Panther. Shooting for this would normally start in March 2021. However, Boseman’s unexpected death in August of this year completely messed up those plans. It was a huge blow to the many fans and everyone involved Black Panther.
Without Chadwick Boseman
It was soon decided that Black Panther 2 would come anyway. In it, Chadwick Boseman will not be seen. Marvel recently announced that they will not be using CGI to release the deceased actor.
The other main cast members such as Letitia Wright (Shuri), Lupita Nyong’o (Nakia), Winston Duke (M’Baku) and Angela Bassett (Ramonda) will return for the sequel. According to insiders, especially Wright will play a much larger role in it Black Panther 2. Some even suspect that she will take over the title of Black Panther, although that has not been confirmed.
According to the website The Hollywood Reporter, this time they will be joined by Tenoch Huerta. That 39-year-old Mexican actor is best known for Narcos: Mexico. It is not known what role he will play, although it seems likely that he will be the villain.
THR also believes it knows when the recordings for Black Panther 2 will start. From July 2021 it will be filmed in Atlanta in the United States. The recordings would last more than six months.