‘Black Panther 2’ will feature Michaela Coel (‘I could destroy you’)

The second part will not arrive until July 2022 Filming is currently taking place in Atlanta

Marvel’s production of ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,’ the sequel to the 2018 hit film, is underway in Atlanta and a major signing has joined the film: the actress. Michaela coel, creator and star of the HBO original series ‘Could Destroy You’, has been recruited for a role in the film by the director Ryan coogler. The role was not disclosed at this time, who said details are closed.

Coel is coming off four Primetime Emmy nominations for her series, including nominations for Best Limited or Anthology Series, as well as Best Leading Actress in an Anthology or Limited Series or Movie.

“It’s clearly very emotional without Chad,” the Marvel director previously said, Kevin Feige, about the start of filming the new movie. “But everyone is also very excited to bring the world of Wakanda back to the public and fans. We will do it in a way that makes Chad proud.” Feige previously confirmed that the new film in the series would not reprise the role of T’Challa following the shocking death of Boseman, who died unexpectedly last year from colon cancer.

However, Coel joins a powerful cast for the new film that includes returning actors as Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira, Letitia wright, Winston duke, Martin Freeman Y Angela bassett, all repeating their parts from the first movie.

Details about the movie’s plot have not been revealed for now.

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The film is slated to hit theaters July 8, 2022.

Karwai Tang.

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