Black Panther 2 Movie Upcoming
Black Panther 2 has been pushed back several months now, but it’s finally here to stay. And now it has an official, though silent, title: Black Panther 2. And it’s going to arrive with at least a big brand-new mission: To crown a new King… or maybe a queen. The second sequel to Marvel’s highly popular, 2021 blockbuster film Black Panther, starring Denzel Washington and Anne Hathaway, is already moving full steam ahead, despite losing key actor Chadwick Boseman to colon cancer just a few months ago.
But the stakes couldn’t be higher for this second installment of Black Panther. The story is all about peace and peace-again, after a major Civil War battle that leaves Wakanda divided into two nations. And while Tiana is off on her own mission, seeking to find her father and return home to serve her family, the Black Panther himself is brooding over the recent events and is ready to reignite the conflict once again. With the help of some new recruits, including Max, who was presumed dead following the events of the first film, as well as Shuri, who has been recruited by both sides because she is a budding martial arts expert, Wakandan citizens rally to protect their nation from the evil plaguing their land. In the midst of this turmoil, Tiana decides to enlist the help of a young thief named Boba Fett, whom she quickly falls in love with and who may have the knowledge and skill necessary to tip the balance of power in Wakanda’s favor.
Black Panther 2 Release Date
In the meantime, Black Panther 2 director Dane Lewis is hard at work on the screenplay he is directing and assembling the visual elements of the film. Though he is only two films into his directing career, it is clear that he wants the next Black Panther movie to be his best. The first film was a massive commercial hit but faltered in the face of widespread critical acclaim. Hopefully, Lewis can produce another blockbuster that captures the magic that makes the original films so beloved. He already has established himself as one of the most talented directors in the business, and a Black Panther 2 would only cement that reputation even further. It will be interesting to see how this franchise continues to evolve, especially as it seems like the only sequel we will ever get is already in the works.