The Marvel film universe will return to Wakanda, no doubt.
The billion dollar Black Panther is getting a sequel and directed by the return of helmsman Ryan Coogler, set after the events of Avengers: Endgame.
The episode will continue the story of King T & Challa (Chadwick Boseman) while ruling his Wakanda nation but inevitably faces new threats.
It is believed that we will see returns for his allies Okoye (Danai Gurira), sister Shuri (Letitia Wright), mother Ramonda (Angela Bassett) and lover Nakia (Lupita Nyong & # 39; o).
However, the last apparent loss via Reddit EddyTheMartian user citing sources on 4Chan suggested some larger spoilers.
Take them with a pinch of salt, however, given the sources.
Warning: potential spoilers for Black Panther 2
According to 4Chan, "Killmonger will appear on the spiritual level, the Divine Justice will be present, the film will be political".
Now it had already been hinted at actor Courtney B. Vance, married to Angela Bassett, that Michael B. Jordan would appear in the film as his dead character Erik & # 39; Kilmonger & # 39; Stevens, but this would seem to explain how.
The spiritual plan was introduced in the first film and allowed T & # 39; Challa to converse with his late father T & # 39; Chakka.
Furthermore, we will see the arrival of the Divine Queen Justice if these losses were to be believed.
In the comics, Queen Divine Justice was the astute member of the Jabari tribe who grew up in Chicago, Illinois and later became a member of Dora Milaje.
The character became a target for the evil of the Malice Black Panther in the comics, which was the evil alter ego of the former member Dora Milaje Nakia.
It is not known if Nakia will descend into films with such a dark path.
Finally, the fact that the film is political is not a surprise, especially since Wakanda seems to be expanding its international influence.
As always, however, take with a pinch of salt.
Black Panther 2 does not currently have an official release date.
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