The sequel of Black Panther is all set to release. Ryan Coogler is attached to write and direct Black Panther 2 and he’s bringing back the original creative cast. So here is a list of things that we will get to see and that we can expect from the movie.
The sequel is out to be released in 2022. We can assume they’re taking their time to make sure it’s a worthy sequel as it was confirmed at D23 Expo that the sequel will be out on May 6, 2022. So far that hasn’t moved despite the general state of the world, and the shift of the other movies and shows.
With a 2022 release likely, don’t demand any footage until 2021 at the earliest. And given filming for everything has been hindered, there may be beat-on effects we don’t even know about yet.
Coogler told ScreenRant that he wants to explore what T’Challa would be like growing into his role as a king, especially given how different the character is in the MCU from his comic book origin. He said: “I’d be really interested to see, you know, what kind of king he is with experience and how that affects his performance in the stories.”
The movie is very far but the speculative plot hits have already started to come out. As of now, nothing official has been reported.
Coogler wants to bring back the majority of the original cast for the second chapter in the Black Panther franchise an inside source claims.
According to a source (We Got This Covered), Coogler is not planning on resurrecting Killmonger in the sequel. Alternatively, the director will have Jordan surface as T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) in the ancestral plane. The medium was used in the first film between T’Challa and his father, who died in Captain America: Civil War.
Coogler also reportedly wants to bring Winston Duke back to reprise his role as M’Baku in Black Panther 2. In the first movie, M’Baku helped T’Challa regain the throne.
So, in conclusion, we can say Chadwick Boseman will return as Panther needless to say. And many other cast members are said to remain the same, Winston Duke as M’Baku, Letitia Wright as Shuri, Lupita Nyong’o as Nakia, Danai Gurira as Okoye, Daniel Kaluuya as W’Kabi, Martin Freeman as Everett K. Ross and Angela Bassett as Ramonda.