After Chadwick Boseman’s passed away, director Ryan Coogler based his vision for the sequel of his 2018 film as a tribute to the late actor. The previous trailer released in July focused on the emotional void that has been created after the death of Wakanda’s Panther King.
Now, a month before the film’s release on November 11, 2022, Marvel has released an official trailer for the sequel, which showcases other aspects of the movie.
The trailer features a closer look at Namor and his kingdom. M’Baku explains that the people of Talocan (yes, not Atlantis) call him K’uk’ulkan, roughly translating to the feather serpent God.
The name highlights Namor’s mutant traits. We get the first glimpse of his ankle wings. The trailer also provides a closer look at his sister Namora and a first look of Alexi Livinalli’s Attuma.
The trailer is action packed and shows Namor wreaking havoc on Wakanda by flooding the Capital and the throne room. we also get a sneak peak of Michaela Coel’s Aneka fighting aboard a foreign ship.
Dominique Thorne’s Riri Williams (a.k.a Ironheart) also shows up in the trailer in her iconic suit! She is shown, in a car chase with Nakia and an unknown biker.
The trailer also explains how the outside world has envisioned Wakanda as a weakened country now that they have lost their king and protector.
The trailer, as did the teaser, shows that Ramonda has stepped in as an interim ruler of Wakanda while Shuri slowly molds and trains herself to wear the crown.
Fans get an exclusive look of the brand-new Black Panther, which, judging by the facial markings on the new suit, is Shuri.
The trailer has also highlighted the developing tensions between Wakanda and Talocan.
The 2022 movie will definitely amp up the action and the stakes on November 11, and after the release of the trailer, fans can hardly wait.
About Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is an upcoming American superhero film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It will serve as the sequel to Black Panther (2018) and will be the 30th film in the MCU. The film is being written and directed by Ryan Coogler.
Wakanda grieves the loss of their King T’Challa as the nation deals with opening up their technology to the world. But apart from the diplomatic agencies’ onslaught, Wakanda must face yet another danger as the king of Talcon, an underwater nation like DC’s Atlantis, Namor, has declared war on Wakanda.
Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira, Martin Freeman, Letitia Wright, Winston Duke, and Angela Bassett will star in the film, which will premiere on November 11, 2022.