The subject of Black Panther and its sequel is emotional. His head man, Chadwick boseman, died last August of colon cancer. Understandably, the cast have mixed emotions about returning to set without Boseman.
Recently, actress Lupita Nyong’o commented about his feelings during the filming of the Black Panther after. “I can’t even begin to imagine what it will be like to walk on set and not have him there. His passing is still extremely brutal for me.
Last week, wonder revealed the title of Black Panther suite titled: Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. On the Just for the variety podcast actor Micheal B. Jordan shared his thoughts on the new title. “Nice. Good sound, I like it. I think it’s great,” he said.
“We have all been touched by the loss of Chadwick [Boseman], so for them who are trying to figure out how to move forward, I know it’s not an easy thing to do. So the fact that they picked a title and figured out the story, I think it’s really amazing. If anyone could understand [it] outside, [it’s] Ryan [Coogler, director] and Kevin Feige [Marvel Studios President] and their wonderful producers over there will find a way to do it.
There is speculation that Jordan could reprise his role as Kilmonger or return to another title. He recently clarified this on the Jess Cagle Show when asked the probability of its return on a scale of one to ten. “I’ll go with a solid two. I didn’t want to go to zero. Never say never. I cannot predict the future. “
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever arrives July 8, 2022. Consult the Marvel movie release timeline for more information on all other Marvel titles.
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