Black Panther is a Hollywood superhero film released on 16th February 2018 in the United States. It is directed and written by Ryan Coogler and produced by Marvel Studios (Kevin Feige). It is the 18th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) and is based on the Marvel Comics character by the same name. Before the movie came into being, Wesley Snipes expressed his will to work on one such project in 1992, which later showed no results. The film was finally announced in 2014 in the month of October.
BLACK PANTHER 2: RELEASE DATE
Considering the massive success that the first part faced, including the numerous award nominations and wins, of course, a second part is bound to come out. As for the date, 8th May 2022 has been announced by the makers. No teasers or trailers have been released yet, but we should expect them soon. We had already seen a delay of two days in the release date when at Disney’s D23 Expo, the release date announced was 6th May 2022, but a matter of two days where we already have to wait for two years straight is like a few drops of water in the ocean.
From the list of the old cast, we are going to witness a large chunk returning for the upcoming movie:
Chadwick Boseman as T’Challa/ Black Panther
Martin Freeman as Everett K. Ross
Lupita Nyong’ o as Nakia
Letitia Wright as Shuri
Danai Gurira as Okoye
Winston Duke as M’Baku
Daniel Kaluuya as W’Kabi
According to a report released in 2018 in the month of May, we might also be seeing Michael B. Jordan resuming his role for Erik Killmonger, even if it is for short screen time.
For the new cast, we have news that Donald Glover has been approached for playing an antagonist in the film. There are also chances that he leaves his character of Aaron Davis in Homecoming for this new role.
The Storyline of BLACK PANTHER 2
Since it’s a Marvel movie, obviously it’s the plot, and other details have been kept secure under covers. The studio president Kevin Feige has, however, left some vague hints here and there about its storyline. There is a possibility that Black Panther is inclined towards T’Challa’s past, including his father and his history, and whatever it was that led him to become a leader.