Lupita Nyong’o promises ‘Black Panther 2’ will honor Chadwick Boseman

“It would be interesting to make another of those movies without Chadwick Boseman,” the Oscar winner admitted.

During production”Black Panther: Wakanda Forever “yes” stop and restartand its plot discuss and speculatewe’re still one step closer to a Marvel sequel, even without a main star Chadwick Boseman.

“Black Panther 2” is scheduled to open in November 2022, more than two years after Boseman died of pancreatic cancer in August 2020. Boseman’s historic role as T’Challa is said to be will not be repeated, leaving the writer and director. Ryan Coogler ti reworked the original script for the sequel.

However, co-star Lupita Nyong’o revealed that “Wakanda Forever” is honoring the late Black Panther himself.

“It would be interesting to do another of those movies without Chadwick Boseman,” Nyong’o said during Saks’ first spring 2022 digital campaign, reported by EVERYONE. “But we are keeping him in close light. I think people will be very excited about this. ”

In May 2021, Nyong’o previously shared with Yahoo! that Coogler reshaped the second film to “greatly appreciate the loss we all went through as actors and to the world.”

Nyong’o added, “It feels right mentally and emotionally to do this. And hopefully, what I’m looking forward to, is getting back together and honoring what he started with us and enlightening him through it. Because he left us so much light that we will continue to shower. I know that for sure. “

T’Challa’s sister, played by Letitia Wright, is rumor take the lead role, before to a series argumentative surround the star. The plot for “Wakanda Forever” is still being finalized.

Boseman honored at the 94th Academy Award nominations notification, which was attended by students and educators from Howard University, Boseman’s alma mater as part of the multi-million dollar Chadwick A. Boseman Memorial Scholarship. Boseman is nominated in 2021 for his final performance in “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom.”

As the writer and director of “Black Panther,” Coogler said on the podcast “Jemele Hill Is Unbot” (via Everyone), Boseman’s life is an inspiration to artists everywhere.

“I am deeply saddened to lose him but I am also extremely motivated that I have to spend time with him. You spend a lifetime hearing about people like him,” Coogler said. “For this individual, now ancestral, I was there for it. It’s an incredible privilege that satisfies you as much as it knocks you down. So often as Negroes, we have to pick up after the loss.”

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