Since then, Marvel Studios confirmed Black PantherIn the sequel to 2018, fans have longed for more details. But after the heartbreaking death of lead actor Chadwick Boseman, many wonder how the franchise will continue to develop without King T’Challa. Information about the second installment has remained under wraps as the cast and crew figure out how to honor Boseman and those Black Panther Heritage. However, on May 3, Marvel confirmed the film’s official release date and title.
In a November interview with the Argentine newspaper ClarionExecutive producer Victoria Alonso spoke about the studio’s plans, claiming they won’t be using a CGI replica of Boseman. “There’s only one Chadwick and he’s not with us anymore,” she told the newspaper, according to Deadline. “Unfortunately, our king died in real life, not just fiction, and we’re taking a little time to see how we continue the story and how we can honor this chapter of what happened to us unexpectedly, so painfully and be terrible be honest. ” While we wait for more updates, be sure to read everything we know about this beforehand Black Panther Episode.