The Black Panther: Wakanda Forever sequel’s San Diego Comic-Con 2022 teaser contains a heartfelt homage to Chadwick Boseman. As his people grieve and remember their deceased monarch, T’Challa, depicted by Boseman in the first Black Panther film, has a wall mural with a Wakandan memorial to him. The fans were eager to see how Marvel will honour Boseman after he died in 2020 from colon cancer, and that began with the studio’s decision not to remake his role. Trailers aired at Comic-Con 2022 depicted a nation grieving the loss of its leader and monarch and seeking a new course of action.
After Queen Ramonda (Angela Bassett), his bereaved mother, announces “I am Queen of the most powerful nation in the world, & my entire family is gone,” the trailer takes a sad turn. A photograph of her son T’Challa, flanked by the Wakandan alphabets, gives an emotional but immortal homage as her words continue to settle. According to the alphabet, King T’Challa’s name is “King T’Challa”The panther and the king… they live in us forever…” The remainder of the homage can’t be seen, but it’s apparent what the author is trying to convey. We may have lost our monarch, but he will never be forgotten. T’Challa’s “I never relented, and as you can see, I am not dead” exchange with N’Jadaka/Killmonger resurfaces in this homage to Boseman’s T’Challa.
It is true that the king’s spirit will live on in the hearts of those who were fortunate enough to know him. Hannah Beachler, a production designer, came up with the language for the imaginary African nation of Wakandan. Everything in the language was custom-made for Black Panther, and it was based on the Nsibidi linguistic framework. The homage may be deciphered using the whole alphabet from A to Z, as demonstrated by ScreenRant. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has been put on hold due to a variety of factors, including pandemic delays, injuries to one of the show’s main protagonists, Shuri, played by Letitia Wright, and the death of Black Panther.
Nevertheless, its debut is only a few months away, and it will be thrilling to be able to see this mighty nation again. Atlantean tyrant Namor (Tenoch Huerta) and tech genius Riri Williams (Dominique Thorne), who will join the MCU as the Ironheart, are among others who will be introduced in the film. Danai Gurira, who plays Okoye, Lupita Nyong’o, Winston Duke, and Martin Freeman, who plays M’Baku and Everett K. Ross, are all returning to Wakanda as part of the cast. Michaela Coel plays the role of Aneka with Mabel Cadena, Alex Livanalli, and other cast members In addition to co-writing the script along with Joe Robert Cole, Ryan Coogler returns to helm the film. On November 11, the film Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will be released in cinemas.