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After the huge success of the superhero movie Black Panther From 2018, a sequel will be released at the end of this year. trailer Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Presented today at Comic-Con in San Diego, the mecca of comic book fans and superheroes.
Within a day, 12 million people watched the trailer:
Set in the fictional African country of Wakanda, the film is produced by Disney’s Marvel Studios, which makes films based on characters from the Marvel comic books.
In the first part, Chadwick Boseman played the lead role of King T’Challa, better known as the Black Panther. Bosman Die 2020 at the age of 43 years of the consequences of colon cancer. Introducing Trailer Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Director Ryan Coogler said the production team “Our love for ChadwickIn the movie. In the trailer, Boseman’s face can be seen on a mural.
How the main T’Challa family tries to deal with the loss is central to the trailer. Moreover, not much has been revealed about the content of the movie.
Film historian and journalist Omar Elaraby says: “Marvel films always say who the new enemy is or how the world is changing. The fact that so little is being revealed now can be positive, because it is a surprise, but it is also negative.” “Film critics are sometimes only given a short time to review because producers don’t want to value their judgment.” According to the movie connoisseur, it could go “many directions” with the sequel to the blockbuster movie.
The new black panther?
The first film had an almost all-black cast and was praised for that, among other things. “There is no excess of black superheroes, rather the opposite: you see that black characters are still often bad guy “Actually, acting is not a difficult concept at all, you see someone who looks a bit like you and you feel like an actor. You see the same effect in other Marvel movies, like the one about a Pakistani American Fig“.
Angela Bassett, Martin Freeman, Tenoch Huerta, Lupita Nyong’o and Letitia Wright star in the new movie coming out in November. Actor Daniel Kaluuya cannot be seen in Part Two. Larabi sees this as unfavorable. “I don’t think that’s a good sign. He’s one of the best actors right now.” Kaluya was acting at the time of shooting Black Panther: Wakanda Forever in another movie.
Larabi agrees that the trailer says Black Panther no longer exists. “I don’t mind if someone follows in his footsteps. I wouldn’t be surprised if he came back one day.”
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