Remembrance of legendary Black Panther in the MCU’s new ‘Wakanda Forever’


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LONG LIVE THE KING. Wakanda Forever continues the story after the tragic death of lead Chadwick Boseman.

Wakanda Forever (2022) PG-13 

“Vengeance has consumed us. We cannot let it consume our people.” -Shuri 

The sequel to the Black Panther has been released to theaters with a shocking wave of success. Released in November of 2022, is the new and brilliant creation to add onto the Marvel Cinematic Universe, known as ‘Wakanda Forever’. Directed by Ryan Coogler, produced by Kevin Feige and Nate Moore and screenplay projected by Ryan Coogler and Joe Robert Cole. 

Starring Shuri (Letitia Wright) who has to continue the journey led by her brother the Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) before his death off screen that led to the death of his character on screen. She must deal with the grief and mourn the loss of her brother to remain strong for her mother and country. However, she has a run in with Namor (Tenoch Huerta), the leader of his secret ocean society who wishes to become allies with Wakanda if they can receive a young woman known as Riri or Ironheart (Dominique Thorne) to get rid of her. The movie is filled with sorrow, epic action, betrayal, and a new drive of vengeance. 

This is a story that creates a home, leading people to their families and recognizing the love they all share for one another. It also shows the consequences of what vengeance and anger will lead to, but what strength and character can create. Stepping in is the new Black Panther, a young woman who is to lead her people down a righteous path, as her brother did. ‘Wakanda Forever’ was created in the remembrance of Chadwick Boseman, the original and legendary Black Panther.