Black Panther 2 is happening. We always knew it would. Even during the tragic time of Chadwick Boseman’s untimely death, Marvel was already hard at work trying to figure out how they could possibly bring the King of Wakanda back to life. And while we don’t know exactly how they are going to do it, we know that T’Challa will be returning in a big way for Black Panther 2.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever 2022
We’re all going to die someday, but we can still make some great movies while we’re at it. That’s why with every passing year, Hollywood keeps churning out new superhero flicks and sequels of old ones. The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is no different: Even though the first Black Panther movie came out in 2018, this series has already produced three more films. Though many have speculated about how the studio will handle T’Challa’s fate following his untimely death in Avengers: Endgame—which I won’t spoil here—I’m confident that they’ll make us proud when they come back with Black Panther 2!
The official title of Black Panther 2 is Wakanda Forever. This is a reference to the Wakandan national anthem and comic book, which both begin with “Wakanda forever” (the phrase in the national anthem).
The year 2022 is also significant because it was when the movie takes place. It’s been more than 50 years since T’Challa became king of Wakanda, so if you’re going to write an entire film about him and his adventures, why not make it feel like they’re taking place right now?
Black Panther 2 is released today in Bangkok. The film was originally scheduled for release in 2020 but was postponed due to the death of the main character – Chadwick Boseman.
The sequel to Black Panther is set to follow the events of Captain America: Civil War and will feature many of its cast members from that movie including Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, and Anthony Mackie who plays Sam Wilson aka Falcon in both films (although he does not appear in this one).
Black Panther 2 also stars Danai Gurira as Okoye, Letitia Wright as Shuri (who has taken over as head scientist after Ayo goes into hiding), Lupita Nyong’o as Nakia who served as a bodyguard for T’Challa during his time on Earth until he left her behind when returning home from space; Winston Duke as M’Baku; Letitia Wright’s sister Shuri again plays an important role here too alongside Angela Bassett who reprises her role as Queen Ramonda while Daniel Kaluuya returns after being best known during Civil War where he played Everett Ross/Nathan Scott/Ned Leeds—all three characters could potentially make appearances later downsized lineups once again.”
Tenoch Huerta: The actor will play a member of the Black Panther’s security team. He’s best known for his role on Netflix’s Sense8, where he played Pounamu (aka “the Green Man”).
Adepero Oduye: She’ll be cast as Okoye, a leader in Wakanda and a member of its military forces who commands respect from all who know her. Oduye has appeared in several films, including Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War.
Zoe Saldana: The actress has been cast as T’Challa’s sister Shuri—a character we haven’t seen yet but are excited about nonetheless!
Director: Ryan Coogler
Ryan Coogler has directed two movies, Black Panther and its sequel, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. His first movie was Fruitvale Station, which won the Grand Jury prize at Sundance Film Festival in 2013 and was nominated for several awards including Best Picture (Best Actor Young Actor). His second film was Creed, which was also nominated for an Oscar (Best Sound Editing). In addition to being a talented filmmaker with a passion for storytelling told through action and adventure films, Ryan Coogler happens to be from Oakland California where he grew up playing basketball on the playgrounds around his neighborhood before graduating high school at 16 years old without any college degree but with friends who helped him get into film school after high school graduation when they saw what kind of potential he had as an actor/writer/director!
This makes him a good fit for this project. He has an original vision for Wakanda and its people that will set the tone for what could be an epic superhero film series about Africa’s greatest nation-state. His experience with these characters means he knows how to write them well—and if you’re looking for someone who can bring out both sides of T’Challa’s personality then look no further than Ryan Coogler!
Kevin Feige, who has been president of Marvel Studios since 2008, and Nate Moore are producers of this movie. They’ve worked together on several previous Marvel films like Ant-Man and the Wasp and Captain Marvel.
Nate Moore has also produced other movies such as Avengers: Endgame (which won an Oscar), Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (which won two Golden Globes), Spider-Man: Far From Home (which was nominated for six Academy Awards), and The Avengers: Infinity War – Part 2.
Marvel has a lot of nice characters and imaginary gadgets. It’s not just Black Panther, though—there are a ton of other awesome heroes who come together to save the day.
The best part about Marvel is how they make money: by selling toys, books and movies. They also have a lot of different kinds of movies like Avengers: Infinity War (2018) which is an epic movie that shows how much work goes into making these films. The most popular character in their universe is probably Spiderman because he can swing around on webs instead of having legs like everyone else!
We’re wondering if T’Challa will still be wearing his signature costume and carrying around his vibranium sword while also having accessorized shoes made out of rhino horn! We can’t wait to see what happens next!
Vocabulary used in the movie:
Fight – ต่อสู้
War – สงคราม
Sword – ดาบ
Move on – ก้าวต่อไป
Cooperate/Work together – ร่วมมือกัน
Under the sea – ใต้ท้องทะเล
Great leader – ผู้นำที่ยิ่งใหญ่
Protector – ผู้พิทักษ์