Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’s emotional featurette shows cast paying tribute to their king, Chadwick Boseman; Letitia Wright says ‘he would want us to inspire the world’


The trailer and teaser of Marvel Studio’s Black Panther: Wakanda Forever saw the makers paying a touching tribute to the Chadwick Boseman who played the titular role of Black Panther aka T’Challa in the prequel, Black Panther. Chadwick passed away in 2020 after succumbing to colon cancer.

Now, Marvel Studios’ newly released featurette from their action entertainer Black Panther: Wakanda Forever saw the main cast get together to remember Chadwick Boseman while paying a beautiful tribute to him. Director Ryan Coogler, Letitia Wright who plays Shuri and Winston Duke who plays M’baku talks about Chadwick’s legacy.

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Director Ryan Coogler is heard saying, “Chadwick was very much my artistic partner. We worked together on where we wanted the story to go.” Winston Duke, who plays M’baku, adds, “We all suffered an incredible loss. All together we ended up using these feelings to create something really special.” They also spoke about making of the sequel with Letitia Wright who concluded on an emotional note, and said, “He would want us to just inspire the world.”

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever opens in theatres November 11, 2022 in English, Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu!

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