Actually, the blockbusters from the Marvel Cinematic Universe are always linked to lots of fun, action, and spectacular adventures. It won't be any different with "Black Panther 2: Wakanda Forever", but in this case, there is also a good deal of melancholy. The reason for this is the death of Chadwick Boseman from cancer, who took on the leading role of T'Challa as "Black Panther" and was able to inspire many Marvel fans with his charisma.
A NEW "BLACK PANTHER"
Since the character of T'Challa is not supposed to be recast but died in the MCU, there will be another Black Panther. W'Kabi is dropped as a contender for the role of the superhero in the jet-black suit, as it was confirmed a while ago that the actor will no longer be part of "Wakanda Forever" due to time constraints. Instead, it will probably be decided between Shuri, ie T'Challa's sister, and M'Baku.
Unless various rumors are true, which say that there are several Black Panthers to see in the course of the film. At the end of the first trailer, however, only one character is teased who wears the suit - whereby it is deliberately kept secret who is behind it.
FIRST PICTURES OF TALOCAN, THE MCU ATLANTIS, IN TRAILER!
Narcos: Mexico star Tenoch Huerta also stars as Namor in the trailer. Namor is the arrogant king of the underwater kingdom of Talocan, one of the oldest superheroes ever. This was part of the Avengers, the Illuminati and the X-Men in the comics. Often referred to as the first mutant ever, he is the son of a human father and a Talocan princess.
The legendary, sunken kingdom of Talocan, which is used instead of Atlantis in the MCU, will also play a major role in "Black Panther 2". Wakanda and Talocan have a history of violent conflict. The trailer already shows a military conflict between the two peoples. The barbaric warlord Attuma will also play an important role here.