Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, the much-awaited sequel set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe African region, has received a new teaser from Marvel Studios. The preview for the sequel hints at how the film will cope with Chadwick Boseman’s early departure.
The new Black Panther: Wakanda Forever trailer features several famous people, all grieving the death of their king. King T’Challa’s death has left many people, including members of his family and close friends, distraught. After all, he was the one who decided to bring Wakanda out from under the shadows for Avengers: Infinity Wars and Avenger: Endgame.
Therefore his death will have a tremendous effect on Wakanda’s afro-futuristic society. T’Challa makes a decision after Black Panther that sees him leading the Wakandan people into new cooperative arrangements with the global community.
Tems, a Nigerian artist, sings Bob Marley’s No Woman, No Cry brilliantly in the teaser. After that, the song Alright by Kendrick Lamar comes on.
Even from the first sorrowful notes of “No Woman, No Cry,” it is clear that Wakanda is mourning over T’Challa’s death. The words exclaim, “Good friends we have and good friends we’ve lost,” while images of T’Challa’s grief-stricken family and friends are portrayed in quiet elegance.
However, the teaser does not reveal the reason for his death, which we think will be addressed in the film. It seems as though T’Challa’s mother and sister are participating in a funeral procession, while Queen Ramonda holds the Black Panther helmet for Shuri.
In the Black Panther 2 trailer, we see a pregnant lady is giving birth while submerged in a pool of water. Not explicitly mentioned, but it seems like Tenoch Huerta will be playing Namor the Sub-Mariner when he grows up.
He was born to a human male and an aquatic princess of the Atlantean realm. There are a few sequences in the trailer when an adult Namor is shown, such as at 1:36 when M’Baku rushes at him from a boat, and he and the others are struck with energy.
Although we do not know the specifics of the movie’s fight between Atlantis and Wakanda, the two places are well-known comic-book adversaries. Martin Freeman plays a troubled CIA operative named Everett Ross.
In the trailer, you’ll notice many people with pale blue skin. Because his dad is human, Namor doesn’t have the same skin hue as his fellow Atlanteans. The Maya civilization seems to have influenced Atlantis.
Hear the terrified queen Ramonda lamenting the loss of her whole royal family as she cries out for help. T’Challa and T’Chaka, Shuri’s father, are killed in the movie. It’s been theorized that Ramonda is communicating now because of the Thanos snap that claimed Shuri and T’Challa’s lives before being restored. Could Shuri’s death in the film’s scenario result from another incident, such as a natural disaster?
The starlet Dominique Thorne portrays Riri Williams/Ironheart at 1:33 in the trailer. A heart-shaped symbol representing her name is sliced out of what seems to be an Iron Man-style outfit. Shuri’s lab has a heartfelt handshake between her and Shuri.
Wakanda’s all-female force of defense, the Dora Milaje, also makes an appearance. We’ll have to wait and see whether any of the comics’ background, in which Aneka was stripped of her status in the organization for murdering an abusive chieftain, makes it into the film. The Dora Milaje’s elite Midnight Angels wear blue armor, the color of their insignia.
After the revelation, sequel ideas were naturally out of fans’ thoughts for a time. Is there going to be a Black Panther in the forthcoming film? Even though T’Challa will not be recast, the title of Black Panther may be passed on to others, including Shuri, T’Challa’s sister, portrayed by Letitia Wright. As seen at the end of the trailer, it seems like a woman is dressed in Black Panther attire.
The Black Panther outfit is shown being used in the closing seconds of the trailer when someone looks to be releasing claws. Shuri has been rumored to be taking over for her deceased brother, but Marvel isn’t going to let that spoiler escape too early.