Daniel Kaluuya won’t appear in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, the follow-up to the 2018 film Black Panther, according to report. According to reports, the sequel interfered with the shoot for Jordan Peele’s next Nope, a sci-fi horror movie.
W’Kabi was played in Black Panther by Kaluuya. He was T’Challa’s closest friend and the former Border Tribe of Wakanda’s head of security, played by the late Chadwick Boseman.
You still don’t have a trailer or specific plot elements for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, which will hit theatres in just a few months. However, you do know that the sequel has undergone changes as a result of Boseman’s passing in 2020. Boseman won’t be replaced for the role in the movie, nor will a digital double be used to play him.
Even without the loss of one of its stars, Black Panther 2 has had a difficult road. The script has undergone five different versions and numerous changes.
After Letitia Wright was hurt on the set in November 2021, production was put on hold until January of this year. Then, shortly after Black Panther 2’s production resumed, a COVID outbreak forced a halt to it.
Despite all of its difficulties, the film is still scheduled to premiere on November 10, 2022. Black Panther “delivers the goods” as an action movie, a political statement, and a cultural celebration, as as stated in our review of the first picture.
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