'Black Panther Wakanda Forever': Chadwick Boseman's death hangs over the trailer

‘Black Panther Wakanda Forever’: Chadwick Boseman’s death hangs over the trailer

CINEMA – Tears and shivers of pleasure in Hall H. As Marvel Studios concluded its series of announcements at Comic-Con in San Diego this Sunday, July 24, concerning the continuation of its superheroic universe, the first trailer for the second pane of Black Panther has been unveiled.

From the stage of the famous Hall H, many tears flowed at the end of the broadcast of these first images of Black Panther: Wakanda Foreverthe sequel to the first film released in 2017, forced to do without its star Chadwick Boseman who died prematurely of cancer in August 2020.

And the shadow of the 42-year-old actor seems omnipresent in this sequel. And this, even though his character will not return in this sequel (whether in the guise of another actor or a digital double), as you can see in the trailer at the top of the article.

Orphan of its king and hero, Wakanda must unite to face a threat from the oceans, while the succession of a certain Tony Stark already seems to be assured, according to the few clues distilled in this trailer . On the casting side, actress Michaela Coel (I May Destroy You) was confirmed as Aneka and Tenoch Huerta (Narcos: Mexico City) in the role of the famous character of Namor.

Added to this is a more than intriguing last plan, since a – or rather a? – successor to T’Challa seems to have donned the Black Panther outfit. Enough to offer some thrills to Marvel Studios fans who will have to wait until November 11 to see Black Panther 2 in the cinema, directed by Ryan Coogler (Creed, Black Panther).

Marvel Studios unveils its (gargantuan) plans

Before this last emotional sequence, Kevin Feige, main architect and boss of Marvel Studios, was not stingy with surprises for fans of the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe).

In a room won over to his cause, the man with the cap unveiled the plans for the next three years. Officially named “Multiverse Saga”, this new post-Endgame chapter will include three phases.

If phase 4 -started with Wanda Vision– will end at the end of 2022 with Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, phase 5 has been officially unveiled. Within it, several new projects between February 2023 and July 2024, such as a series Daredevil in 18 episodes and the movies Captain America – New World Order and Thunderbolts.

But that’s not all, since Kevin Feige surprised his world by announcing three phase 6 projects, which will (already) put an end to this “Multiverse Saga”. If the return of 4 Fantastic will open hostilities in November 2024, the year 2025 will be that of the Avengers with two films announced in quick succession: Avengers: The Kang Dynasty in May, before Avengers: Secret Wars in November.

A busy schedule, to which eight new unknown projects will have to be added and unveiled in September during the D23 convention, specific to franchises detained by Disney.

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