The highly anticipated Black Panther: Wakanda Forever first trailer has been made public by Marvel. On Saturday night at the San Diego Comic-Con, the sequel’s trailer made its debut at the conclusion of the Marvel Studios panel (23 July). This weekend, from July 21 to 24, San Diego, California will play host to the yearly comic book convention and entertainment gathering. One of the main topics of the conversation was Ryan Coogler’s follow-up to the widely popular 2018 film Black Panther. The clip, which was introduced by a group of traditional African singers and features the lyrical motif “We going to be alright” from Kendrick Lamar’s smash song “Alright,” has won over fans.
The video clip features scenes from Wakanda, the fictitious continent featured in the franchise. Another scene shows what appears to be a funeral with throngs of white-clad Wakandans in attendance. Many fans have concluded that the late Chadwick Boseman’s character T’Challa will be the subject of the funeral procession. Boseman’s portrayal is “iconic and surpasses any incarnation of the character in any other medium from Marvel’s past,” according to Kevin Feige, president of Marvel Studios, who previously said that the part would not be recast.
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Who will then assume the role of Black Panther remains to be seen. Fans will be disappointed to learn that the trailer does not provide a solution. The hero’s recognisable suit can be seen on a figure towards the end of the tape, but it is impossible to identify the wearer. The sequel “goes to new places in Wakanda that we haven’t seen before and it goes to new places in the Marvel Cinematic Universe,” according to writer-director Ryan Coogler at Comic-Con.
He also considered Boseman’s passing and how it affected the first movie. It will be challenging to follow that up, but we’ll try, added Coogler. “I haven’t been here in five years. The late, great Chadwick Boseman, who played our T’Challa, was seated next to me as we screened the first clip from Black Panther 1.
Lupita Nyong’o, Letitia Wright, Danai Gurira, Florence Kasuma, and Winston Duke were among the Black Panther cast members who Coogler introduced on stage. Among the newcomers to the franchise are Dominique Thorn, Mabel Cadena, Tenoch Huerta, and Alex Nivilani, as well as I May Destroy You star Michaela Coel. On November 11, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will be released in theatres.