The first trailer for Black Panther 2, which is being directed by Ryan Coogler and based on the Marvel comic book, has been released. Black Panther was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Superhero Film. Many of the performers who acted in the first Black Panther movie in 2018 also appear in the sequel, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Some of these actors include Lupita Nyong’o as Nakia, Angela Bassett as Ramonda, Winston Duke as M’Baku, Letitia Wright as Shuri, and more. On November 11, the movie will be released in theatres. Check out the promo video down below.
Yesterday evening, at Marvel’s panel at the San Diego Comic-Con, a teaser was shown to the audience. In addition, the Marvel YouTube page has posted a teaser for something dubbed “Wakanda Forever Prologue – New Music Releases July 25,” despite the fact that full specifics regarding the soundtrack have not been made public.
The first trailer for ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ is here!
It was stated in August 2019 that the movie would be made available in theatres on May 22nd, 2022. Later that month, Chadwick Boseman, 43 years old, passed away from colon cancer. He was well known for his role as Black Panther/King T’Challa in the film Black Panther as well as in other Avengers movies. Although it is not yet known who would succeed Boseman in the leading role, the promotional video concludes with a shot of someone dressed in the Black Panther costume. In addition, there is a quick glimpse of a billboard that has a painted tribute to King T’Challa included in the trailer.
Black Panther became the highest-grossing Marvel movie of all time domestically in the United States, grossing a total of 700 million dollars before being dethroned by Avengers: Endgame in 2019. Black Panther was a phenomenally successful picture. There were seven Oscar categories in which “Black Panther” was considered for nominations, including “Best Picture.” The movie was awarded the Academy Award for Best Picture, Best Costume Design, and Best Production Design. The film’s original music score was composed by Ludwig Goransson.
Kendrick Lamar was responsible for the curation and production of the soundtrack for the first Black Panther movie. The album featured artists such as SZA, Travis Scott, the Weeknd, Future, James Blake, and Swae Lee.
Find out where Pitchfork ranked the Black Panther soundtrack on their list of “The 50 Best Movie Soundtracks of All Time” by returning to the Pitch article “How Black Panther Composer Ludwig Goransson Found the Sound of Wakanda” and looking up the article.