Black Panther 2: Release date, Plot, And Latest Information About the Movie!
Black Panther is a masterpiece of the Hollywood industry when it comes to Marvel Comics Universe (MCU) films.
Unlike the “superhero origin” type movies MCU is known for. This film is unique and fresh, with stellar performances and a gripping plot from the whole cast. Fans love how there is a majority black cast and that the women are not stereotypical “damsels in distress” type characters.
Fans love the outfits and represent the culture of fictional Wakanda in the film and various African cultures. The film also has stunning visuals.
Besides containing intense fight sequences, that MCU films are known for, there is also a lot of focus on the plot.
All are really enjoying Black Panther, and they are eagerly awaiting the sequel slated to release in May in 2022.
The Black Panther 2 is directed by Ryan Coogler, who is famous for making films about different cultures. And starring includes:
- Chadwick Boseman as Michael B. Jordan
- Danai Gurira
- Martin Freeman
- Andy Serkis
- The critically acclaimed John Kani
- Lupita Nyong’ o
- Release Date
The co-writer of the Black Panther explaining that she is not moving on for the story of Black Panther 2, currently. Whereas, Marvel studio respects her this decision because she always brings something astonishing and more appealing facts in the story.
Therefore, Marvel gives her time to make the best storylines. So this makes it clear that Marvel will not push her to move on. However, Marvel Studio’s President Kevin Fiege makes it clear that the Black Panther 2 will hit the theatres on 6th May 2022.
Black Panther movie is very well-crafted by Ryan Coogler, and it’s a watershed moment for representation in film. Not only is it culturally significant, but it boasts strong performances, a deep story, great action, and fun characters.
Killmonger is among the best villains in the MCU. He represents disrespected and disenfranchised individuals who haven’t been a part of their country’s history. His plan boils down to wanting to “fix” the world by putting white people through the suffering that blacks had endured for centuries.
It’s not hard to see where he comes from after learning his history. He grew up without any real family and witnessed his people being mistreated, all while Wakanda. This beautiful paradise across the world is hiding the tools to fix it.