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Black Panther 2 Movie Title & Logo Revealed: Wakanda Forever

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The much-anticipated Black Panther sequel gets an official title: Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Director Ryan Coogler will return to the MCU after his smash 2018 hit that was both a critical and box office success for Marvel Studios. Sadly, while Chadwick Boseman will no longer return as King T'Challa following his untimely death in 2020, the world he inhabited will continue through the upcoming sequel.

It's been a tumultuous last year for Hollywood and the world in general due to the coronavirus pandemic. The global health crisis forced the industry to a literal stop as protocols were put in place to curb its spread including the closing of theaters. For Marvel Studios, that meant rescheduling their confirmed Phase 4 slate several times to comply with these guidelines. But, as establishments like cinemas open their doors again, the MCU is also moving forward with its original plan, and to hype people up with what they have in store, a new trailer for the franchise has been released.

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Shared on Marvel Entertainment's official YouTube account is the clip titled 'Marvel Studios Celebrates The Movies.' It features a string of footage from past and future films. It also announces the official title for Coogler's much-anticipated MCU movie, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, along with revealing the sequel's logo.

Marvel Studios previously confirmed that the role of T'Challa won't be recast to honor Boseman's memory. That said, expect Black Panther 2's narrative to have been reshaped to reflect the actor's demise. It's uncertain how Coogler is planning to explain the king of Wakanda's absence moving forward, but everyone who's involved in making Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has been well aware that they have to be extra careful with how they continue the MCU sub-franchise without its leading character. Considering production for the movie has yet to even begin, it's safe to say it will be a while before the public learns plot specifics about the much-anticipated movie.

That said, the newly unveiled title can be an indication of what can be expected from the blockbuster. Instead of focusing on a single character, Black Pannther: Wakanda Forever implies that it will explore Wakanda as a whole. While T'Challa was definitely the face of the first film, Coogler also built an intriguing world around him, complete with a lot of interesting characters that can be fleshed out. The positive reception to the appearance of Ayo from the Dora Milaje in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is a motivating factor for this. Other than the country's special forces, there are also other groups like M'Baku's Jabari Tribe that can further be explored.

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