Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (2022) – Trailer
Emotions & tensions running high in the first look at second installment to Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.
At San-Diego Comic-Con, the legitimate hype behind Marvel’s reveal with the closing of Phase 4, Phase 5 and 6 was built up, but that hype immediately was stolen by the first look at Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.
In the big Hall H where Marvel was showcasing their upcoming projects, actress Letitia Wright said that her and the rest of the cast and crew’s goal with Wakanda Forever was to honor the legacy that Chadwick Boseman left following his passing. The first Wakanda Forever trailer finally sheds some light on how Marvel will tackle the absence of Black Panther in the MCU and they just that by showing a powerful and tear-jerking trailer. From the music, presumably T’Challa’s funeral and Queen Ramona (Angela Bassett) speech will move you to tears as she reminds us that her entire family is gone, which indicates Shuri (Letitia Wright) may meet her end in the MCU at some point in the film.
We also get a glimpse of Wakanda’s biggest threats in the world of Atlantis as the comics have depicted them clashing on numerous occasions given their respective monarchs’ egos. The trailer also gives us a first look at Namor (Tenoch Huerta) and the other Atlanteans which seems to have ties to Mayan cultures. This new threat also shows them having some sort of confrontation with the humans of the surface world. Along with M’Baku (Winston Duke), Ayo (Florence Kasumba), and the rest of the Dora Milaje, Riri Williams (Dominique Throne) is seen gearing up of the mayhem that will be monumental.
It will be really interesting to see how much the film will be without the presence of Chadwick Boseman involved with the film. Kevin Feige also revealed that Wakened Forever will be the final part of Phase 4 and will open in theaters on November 11th, 2022. Also, we can get the first taste of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever with World of Wakanda which will be available through new music by composer Ludwig Göransson. You can pre-save/pre-add it to your library on July 25th, 2022 via the link https://presave.umusic.com/bpwfp
Here’s the trailer: