Marvel’s Nate Moore talks about not recasting T’challa in Black Panther 2 – .

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Marvel’s Nate Moore talks about not recasting T’challa in Black Panther 2 – .


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Shortly after the death of beloved Chadwick Boseman in August 2020, Marvel confirmed that they are not recasting their iconic T’challa character, although they are still moving forward with the sequel, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

Production has been underway since late June, with Marvel setting a release date of November 11, 2022, with Marvel VP of Development Nate Moore opening up about the decision not to recast Boseman after his death from a Colon Cancer.

Moore made it clear that fans “won’t see T’Challa in the MCU 616 Universe,” the main timeline of events in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, adding, “We couldn’t do that” during an appearance on The Ringer-Verse Podcast.

No Redesign: Shortly after beloved Chadwick Boseman passed away in August 2020, Marvel confirmed that they are not redesigning their iconic T’challa character, although they are still moving forward with the sequel, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Opening: Production has been underway since late June, with Marvel setting a release date of November 11, 2022, with Marvel VP of Development Nate Moore (above) opening up on the decision not to recast Boseman after his death from colon cancer

Opening: Production has been underway since late June, with Marvel setting a release date of November 11, 2022, with Marvel VP of Development Nate Moore (above) opening up on the decision not to recast Boseman after his death from colon cancer

When Boseman passed away last summer, filmmaker Ryan Coogler was working on the script, with Moore revealing that they had to decide how to proceed in a matter of minutes.

“When Chad passed away it was a real conversation we had with Coogler about ‘What do we do? And it was a quick conversation. It wasn’t weeks, it was minutes where we had to figure out how to move this franchise forward without this character, ”Moore said.

“Because I think we all feel so much of T’Challa in the on-screen MCU… has to do with Chadwick’s performance,” Moore added.

Continue: When Boseman passed away last summer, filmmaker Ryan Coogler was working on the script, Moore revealing they had to decide how to proceed in minutes

Continue: When Boseman passed away last summer, filmmaker Ryan Coogler was working on the script, Moore revealing they had to decide how to proceed in minutes

Moore admitted that it had been “difficult” to conceive of the sequel’s story without the main character, but added, “at no point did we consider a recast.”

“So the challenge for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever tells a story without T’challa. I think it’s a challenge we’re taking on, ”said Moore.

He added that they were “right in the middle” right now, “but he mentioned” so far, what we’re getting is great “.

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No interest: Moore admitted that he had been

No interest: Moore admitted that it was “difficult” to conceive of the sequel’s story without the main character, but added, “At no point did we consider a recast.”

While he acknowledges that the film is primarily to “entertain people,” Moore added that he believes, “there will be a level of” catharsis “in returning to Wakanda without seeing Black Panther.

“As filmmakers and storytellers you have to understand how people are going to feel when they walk into your movie and what you want that movie to say about this guy who won’t be in your movie,” Moore added.

No specific story details were given for the sequel, although Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige said it was “very emotional” to start filming the sequel without Boseman.

Catharsis: Although he acknowledges that the film mainly has to

Catharsis: While he acknowledges that the film is primarily to “entertain people,” Moore added that he believes, “there will be a level of” catharsis “in returning to Wakanda without seeing Black Panther.

Emotional: No specific story details were given for the sequel, although Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige said it was

Emotional: No specific story details were given for the sequel, although Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige said it was “very emotional” to start filming the sequel without Boseman.

“We’re going to do it in a way that would make Chad proud,” he added of the sequel.

De retour de l’original Black Panther 2018 sont Angela Bassett (Ramonda), Danai Gurira (Okoye), Lupita Nyong’o (Nakia), Letitia Wright (Shuri), Daniel Kaluuya (W’Kabi), Winston Duke (M’Baku) et Martin Freeman (Everett Ross).

The sequel will also feature Ironheart, aka Riri Williams, a young black girl who creates a new Iron Man costume, played by Dominique Thorne.

Returning: Angela Bassett (Ramonda), Danai Gurira (Okoye), Lupita Nyong'o (Nakia, left), Letitia Wright (Shuri, right), Daniel Kaluuya (W'Kabi), Winston Duke are back from the 2018 Original Black Panther (M'Baku) and Martin Freeman (Everett Ross)

Returning: Angela Bassett (Ramonda), Danai Gurira (Okoye), Lupita Nyong’o (Nakia, left), Letitia Wright (Shuri, right), Daniel Kaluuya (W’Kabi), Winston Duke are back from the 2018 Original Black Panther (M’Baku) and Martin Freeman (Everett Ross)

Ironheart: The sequel will also feature Ironheart, aka Riri Williams, a young black girl who creates a new Iron Man costume, played by Dominique Thorne.

Ironheart: The sequel will also feature Ironheart, aka Riri Williams, a young black girl who creates a new Iron Man costume, played by Dominique Thorne.



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