Today, Disney and Marvel unveiled new footage of the long-awaited sequel. Black Panther: Wakanda Foreverwhich is slated for release on November 11th. This is the last film of the fourth phase of the MCU. The teaser appeared during panel D23 promoting upcoming projects from Marvel Studios, Lucasfilm and 20th Century Studios.
The footage shows Angela Bassett’s Ramonda at some kind of congressional hearing. Local officials want access to Wakanda’s Vibranium. She says no, of course, because it’s dangerous and because the US might get it.
Proceed to the SWAT team trying to break into the Vibranium Refinery in Wakanda to steal the substance. However, the female warriors of Wakanda attack them, and Okoye (Danai Gurira) and her team are mopping the floor with would-be thieves.
Actors Angela Bassett and Winson Duke were ready to share their opinions.
“It was a great experience with the entire cast,” Bassett said. “It takes a lot of magic to make it all come together, and of course our energetic leader Ryan and Chadwick, who have been with us every step of the way. We had to match his skill level.”
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Winston Duke expressed the same enthusiasm and added some intriguing details.
“We’re back. I’m excited for everyone to see Wakanda after the Infinity Wars, after Endgame, after everything that’s happened so far,” he said. She’s different, you’ve never seen anything like it.”
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The original 2018 film directed by Ryan Coogler follows T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman), heir to the hidden but advanced kingdom of Wakanda, who must step forward to lead his people into a new future and face a challenge from his country’s past. The film, written by Coogler and Joe Robert Cole, was a historic success for Disney, grossing over $1.3 billion worldwide and earning seven Oscar nominations, winning in the categories of Best Original Score, Costume Design, and Art Direction. “. It became the highest-grossing film ever made by a black director, the ninth highest-grossing film of all time, and the third highest-grossing film in the United States and Canada at the time of its release. Black Panther was also the first superhero film to receive a Best Picture nomination and the first MCU film to dominate multiple categories. The statuettes he claimed marked a watershed moment for performance in Hollywood, both on camera and behind the scenes: Ruth E. Carter became the first black woman to win a costume design award, and Hannah Beachler made history as the first black winner in production. Design.
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While talking about Black Panther The sequel was distributed almost immediately after the release of the original film, the plans for its plot changed after Boseman passed away from colon cancer in August 2020 at the age of 43. Intended to pay homage to the beloved actor, the new film will see the nation of Wakanda stand against invading world powers mourning the loss of their king.
Ryan Coogler returned as director, once again working from a script by him and Cole. The sequel will return Danai Gurira, Lupita Nyong’o, Letitia Wright, Martin Freeman, Angela Bassett and Winston Duke. Judas and the Black MessiahDominic Thorn is among those who will join the ensemble this time.
Production on Black Panther: Wakanda Forever concluded in March, with the film’s stunning first trailer unveiled at Comic-Con 2022. Yesterday, Boseman was honored at the D23 Disney Legends induction ceremony, with his brother Derrick Boseman speaking on his behalf. “I wish he was here to receive [this award]Boseman’s brother complained. “His absence here has been a huge pain for my entire family.”
The D23 exhibit runs at the Anaheim Convention Center until September 11th.