The Marvel Cinematic Universe not only develops phase 4 of the Avengers with series on the Disney Plus platform. He also has ambitious projects that are already in the filming stage such as “Thor: Love and Thunder” and “Black Panther 2″.
On January 14, the production company announced that it was resuming the recording of the second installment of Black Panther with actress Letitia Wright. Months ago, it was reported that the actress with the leading role was injured.
Will this affect the release date of “Black Panther”?
As reported by the media THR, the production company would maintain the release schedule despite the delays. “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” will hit theaters on November 11 this year. Recall that it was initially expected to premiere on July 8, but the entire calendar was moved due to the pandemic.
What has had to be changed is the story. Until before 2020, Marvel Studios had a sketch of what they would do with Chadwick Boseman; However, the actor died in August of that year, which turned the production company’s creative minds upside down.
It is not yet known how they will adapt the plot without their main actor or who will take his place. Some fans believe that it is time for Letitia Wright to take on the Black Panther costume, but others share theories about possibly being M’Baku.