Black Panther 2

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Not much is known about Ryan Coogler’s upcoming Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, but recently fans got some nice little tidbits about what to expect from the highly-anticipated film and when we can expect the first trailer.

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Daniel Kaluuya will not be returning to appear in "Wakanda Forever", the sequel to Marvel and Disney's smash film "Black Panther". The actor turned down the role due to scheduling conflicts with his appearance in Jordan Peele's "Nope".

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Not much is known about how Black Panther 2: Wakanda Forever will be playing out without it’s star Chadwick Boseman (R.I.P) nor how they’ll address his passing, but according to Letitia Wright, the sequel will indeed be properly honoring Boseman’s legacy.

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This is a big blow to fans who've been eagerly awaiting to get their Marvel fix come next year

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According to Vulture, the latest surprise addition to the growing cast is I May Destroy You star, Michaela Coel who has joined the film's production in Atlanta in an undisclosed role.

This is not a drill. The sequel to Marvel's 2018 hit film Black Panther now has a proper title, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

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With production on Black Panther 2 set to begin this June, Ryan says that moving forward with things is "the hardest thing i've had to do in my professional life."

The late Boseman made a stellar turn as King T'Challa, AKA The Black Panther.

Marvel Studios has tapped Nia DaCosta to film "Captian Marvel 2," making her first black woman direct a Marvel film, ever! After wrapping her second film with Jordan Peele for "Candyman," and garnering praise for the directorial debut of her 2017 film "Little Woods," the budding filmmaker is quickly appearing Hollywood's radar.

Our return to Wakanda is going to take a long minute. Yesterday (August 24) at Disney’s D23 EXPO 2019 in Anaheim, Black Panther director Ryan Coogler revealed that the highly anticipated follow up to his blockbuster is due in theaters in May 2022.

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A few weeks ago at San Diego’s Comic Con Marvel revealed it’s movie slate for MCU’s phase 4 which included some highly anticipated projects including Blade starring Mahershala Ali as the vampire killing Daywalker and Thor 4, but noticeably absent was any mention of the sequel to everyone’s favorite Black superhero, Black Panther 2.