Black Panther 2 Trailer : Plot, Cast, Release Date
Teasers of the black panther 2 trailer are out on Youtube. The film producer, Kevin Feige, has assured fans that there will be a sequel and it was confirmed at D23 Expo that the sequel will be out on May 6, 2022.
"Wakanda forever" was a phrase that caught on like wildfire the very moment Black Panther hit the theatres on February 2018. So unless you were under a rock throughout all of 2018, chances are you've heard that phrase. So sensational was the movie that it got the best reviews than any movie in Marvel's cinematic universe. And then went on to be one of the highest-grossing movies of all time. Just behind Avengers: Endgame, Black Panther domestically grossed $700 million and $1.3 billion worldwide and was nominated for seven Academy Awards, clinching three of those awards at the end of the day. But it appears that Marvel isn't stepping off the gas. “Black Panther” director Ryan Coogler has announced the release date of the follow-up and a Black Panther 2 trailer has been released.
Black Panther 2 will come to the theatres on May 6 2022. Here's everything we know so far about Black Panther 2 for young Marvel fans.
Ryan Coogler will return as the director of Black Panther 2. The first movie was a huge success and Coogler is aware of the pressure on him to try and make Black Panther 2 as successful as the first one at least. Coogler told IndieWire, “I’ve had a chance to make three feature films, each one of them had its own very specific type of pressure. In the process of it, it feels insurmountable each time.”
- The returning cast
Most of the cast in Black Panther are expected to appear in the sequel. Chadwick Boseman as T’Challa, the leading character. Lupita Nyong’o will continue as Nakia, while Danai Gurira as Okoye, and Letitia Wright as Shuri. Winston Duke as M’Baku and Daniel Kaluuya as W’Kabi. There are also rumours that Michael B. Jordan will make a return as Erik Killmonger.
The new cast
Donald Glover is reported to be in talks with Coogler to make an appearance in Black Panther sequel. The actor, writer, and comedian previously appeared in Spiderman: Homecoming as a small criminal. He is expected to play a role different from the one he played in Spiderman: Homecoming.
- The plot
The release date is still far away. But if at this point Marvel has a plot already, they are keeping this one a secret. But there are a lot of angles to be explored. You would recall that at the end of Black Panther the rest of the world knew about Wakanda. We still don't know how that affected the country and other countries as well. Will these countries try to take what's Wakanda's? Plus, more inner turmoil is expected to rise, with some of T'challa's decisions expected to come under scrutiny yet again. Like his decision to let the country bear Thanos' heavy assault on earth.
- Black Panther 2 rating
Unless there is a change in the MPAA rating system, it is safe to say that like Black Panther the sequel will be PG-13. This seems to be a good spot for blockbusters, and you can expect Marvel to push the sequel to that spot by prolonging sequences of violence. That rating will ensure that Black Panther optimises theatre turnouts.
With the end of Avengers: Endgame, Black Panther 2 and its superhero lead character seem like they are poised to take Marvel into the future. There's spider-man in the picture of course, but Peter Parker is still a high school kid with a lot of growing up to do.
Source: Digital Spy