At completion of in 2015, Marvel Studios closed its 2022 calendar with the premiere of Black Panther:Wakanda Forever The long-awaited follow up turned into one of the most psychological jobs in the franchise, as it needed to honor its primary lead character after his death. Letitia Wright‘s Shuri was commissioned to use up the mantle of Chadwick Boseman’s T’Challa, ending up being the brand-new Black Panther.
Since the premiere, fans have actually been questioning if Wright will get the possibility to wear the outfit of the Wakandan heroine once again in an approaching movie. Last month, in reality, the starlet appeared to validate that the movie was currently in advancement (through Variety):
“I think it’s already in the works. You know, we just had a terrific two years of just bringing it out and everybody coming together to support it. We need a little bit of a break, we need to regroup, and Ryan [Coogler] needs to get back into the lab so it’s going to take a while, but really excited for you guys to see that.”
However, she needed to clarify her own words in a current interview with Buzzfeed:
“What I tried to say, maybe I didn’t do it clearly enough, to clarify, there is always the hope that you would have another film, especially in a franchise. If there is to be another film, which I hope there will be, I think there will be; it takes time to make it; you have to go through the script process.”
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Also Sets Up the Future for Namor
Shuri may not be the only lead character of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever to get a brand-new film. Namor, the Tenoch Huerta character who was presented in the movie, might end up being a huge name in the future of the MCU.
In Wakanda Forever, Namor existed as a mutant much like Kamala Khan, so both might be main to the X-Men’s main intro into the franchise. It might likewise appear in the Fantastic Four film, as there is a relationship in between the superhero household and the character. Thunderbolts would be another excellent option, considering he was presented as some sort of bad guy or anti-hero, the exact same nature as the ones we’ll see in the upcoming movie.
In a current look on the Black Panther Podcast, Kevin Feige exposed that they have numerous possible stories to inform with Namor, however that at the minute, he can not offer information about them.