While talking to The Hollywood Reporter at Comic-Con, Nyong’o discussed how difficult it is to get to the end of Phase Four after losing an integral part of the “Black Panther” family. However, despite the difficult times due to Baseman’s death and the ongoing pandemic, the actor behind Nakia’s venture has revealed how she and the entire cast and crew persevered through the hardships. to do the right thing of Wakanda and its fallen warrior.
To make this movie against all odds is a powerful statement in itself, and I’m very proud that we did. It is very therapeutic. It restored a sense of hope to me doing it, and I think we’ve expanded the world of Wakanda in ways that will blow everyone’s mind – not just Wakanda but the world of Black Panther as well. It will blow everyone’s mind, and I just can’t wait until it’s no longer a secret. “
Of course, there’s still a big secret behind SDCC: Who put on the Black Panther jacket and iconic suit at the end of the trailer? Many speculate that Nakia is the one wearing the traditional attire of the main guard of Wakanda. Others felt it could be Letitia Wright’s Shuri under the mask. In the pages of Marvel Comics, Shuri becomes the Black Panther when her brother is in a coma after a runaway with Namor and Doctor Doom’s Cabal. Will her MCU partner be able to follow the comic book lore? We’ll have to wait a few months for the answers we’re looking for, but we’re sure to get more previews and teasers for the highly anticipated film in the near future.
“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” will hit theaters on November 11, 2022.
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