‘Black Panther 2’: director struggles to move forward without Chadwick Boseman



After Chadwick Boseman’s death last year, it’s not hard to imagine how complicated the production of “Black Panther 2” will be.

Since losing the star, Marvel Studios and director Ryan Coogler have released updates to calm fans who are eagerly awaiting the future of the franchise.

During an interview for the Unbothered podcast, Coogler said some heartbreaking words, recounting his struggle to continue the story without Boseman.

“You know, I’m in mourning. Sometimes it’s very hard to keep going, it’s hard to move on when you’re going through a time like this. It was one of the deepest feelings I have ever felt in my life, having to be part of the maintenance of this project without Chad… He was the bond that kept everyone together.

He continued:

“Having said that, I have to say that I have a personal and professional life. But, when you’re working on something you love, your professional life blends with your personal life, I made a strong bond with Chad, you know? And now that we are deprived of it, I try to find a balance between these two lives. I’m trying to build two things that can support each other. I haven’t gotten there yet. But it is without a doubt the most difficult thing I have ever had to do in my professional life.

Previously, Nakia interpreter Lupita Nyong’o spoke to Good Morning America and made no secret of her hope of revisiting the world of Wakanda as a result.

She also made sure that Coogler prepared some exciting strategies for the new film.

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“[Pantera Negra 2′] it will be quite different, of course, without the return of our king. But I know we are all determined to carry on his legacy. Ryan Coogler has some very, very exciting ideas and I can’t wait to put them into practice with the rest of the cast.


“It’s gonna be different, of course, without our king [Chadwick Boseman] … But I know we are all determined to reinvent or carry on his legacy in this new #BlackPanther. – @Lupita_Nyongo https://t.co/i9rZzYvW4s pic.twitter.com/NcxvWy8rmd

– Good Morning America (@GMA) March 3, 2021

So what do you think Coogler is up to to surprise audiences?

Boseman’s legacy will certainly be preserved in the long-awaited sequel, as his character will not carry over.

Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige has confirmed that there will never be another actor playing T’Challa in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

According to him, filmmaker Ryan Coogler and Marvel Studios are rushing forward with the franchise and will explore the rest of Wakanda, the fictional country we were first introduced to in the great Marvel franchise.

“A lot of the comics and the first movie are from the world of Wakanda. Wakanda is a place to explore more with characters and different subcultures. It was always and initially the main theme of the next story. “, Did he declare.

He added:

“We’re not going to have Chadwick in CGI and we’re not going to rephrase T’Challa. Ryan Coogler is working really hard now on the screenplay with all the respect and love and genius he has, which takes heart from us, so it was always about promoting Wakanda’s mythology and inspiration. There is also the task of honoring and respecting the continuing learning and teaching of Chad.

The cameras started working in June 2021, with the possibility of new contractual agreements between the actors.

Salary adjustments, if properly formalized, will always include additional compensation for cast and upper echelon members of the technical team (such as director, screenwriter, and producers), if the film is released on the market. Disney + platform.

Marvel has confirmed that “ Black Panther 2 ” (Black Panther 2) will premiere on July 8, 2022.

The feature film is written and directed by Ryan Coogler and will explore the world of Wakanda and the rich characters featured in the first film.

Tenoch Huerta, star of “Narcos: Mexico”, will play the villain.

Recalling that the film grossed over $ 1.3 billion worldwide and also became the first of its superhero genre to be nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars.

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