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What To Expect From “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”

By Guardian Life
26 July 2022   |   10:33 am
Before releasing the trailer, Marvel Studios made it clear that T'Challa would remain in the film even after Chadwick Boseman's tragic loss. According to the teaser, the film probably starts with T'Challa's funeral. The words "The King lives and the Panther... forever in us..." are painted in Wakandan on a mural of T'Challa in Wakanda.…

Before releasing the trailer, Marvel Studios made it clear that T’Challa would remain in the film even after Chadwick Boseman’s tragic loss.

According to the teaser, the film probably starts with T’Challa’s funeral. The words “The King lives and the Panther… forever in us…” are painted in Wakandan on a mural of T’Challa in Wakanda.

This picture looks to be part of a segment from the teaser that also includes Wakandans dancing and performing music while wearing white ceremonial clothing.

These images demonstrate the intention of the film, which dealt with the tragic circumstances in possibly unexpected ways, to commemorate Chadwick Boseman’s performance as well as T’Challa’s life and career.

As Nakia gazes out over the water, the trailer begins with a moving rendition of Bob Marley’s well-known song “No Woman, No Cry.” Queen Ramonda, Shuri, Riri Williams, and even an enigmatic Atlantean woman all play important roles in the trailer. When her son dies, Ramonda takes over the throne and delivers the most dramatic scene in the trailer.

“I am the queen of the most powerful nation in the world, and my entire family is gone,” she cries in agony. This scene also raises the possibility that Ramonda may experience other tragedies in the film than T’Challa.

The teaser features Shuri prominently, and most rumour focused on her taking over the identity of Black Panther.

Shuri is one of the most potent Black Panther iterations in Marvel Comics, and she might be in the MCU as well, but the teaser suggests that things might not go as planned. According to Ramonda’s line, Shuri also experiences something, and Killmonger makes her path to become Black Panther challenging.

In the first film, Killmonger destroyed Wakanda’s stock of Heart Shaped Herbs to thwart any potential rivals.

This makes it difficult for Shuri to become Black Panther and for anybody else to do the same, even though her intelligence might help to create a synthetic remedy. Even if Shuri doesn’t wear the Black Panther costume, she might get hurt fighting the movie’s adversaries.

The narrative features an all-out battle between Wakanda and Atlantis, as the trailer makes clear.

In the comic books, both kingdoms—which stand for the most potent and significant fictional nations inside the Marvel Universe—have clashed frequently. A deadly sequence in the film seems to have been influenced by a crucial scene from Avengers vs. X-Men.

The Wakanda monarch room is struck by a tidal wave and is shown to be flooded and aflame.

In the comic book plot, Namor uses the Phoenix Force to send Wakanda under a terrible tsunami. Eventually, Shuri leads a retaliatory attack against Atlantis, which destroys the undersea kingdom, resulting in a great battle between the two.

A significant Marvel character finally enters the MCU, according to the teaser. Fans of comic books are aware that Namor the Sub-Mariner, the King of Atlantis, made his appearance in Marvel Comics #1 for the first time in 1939, making him together with the original Human Torch the franchise’s earliest Marvel character.

Tenoch Huerta, who plays the legendary role for the first time on screen, leaves a profound impression in only a few fleeting frames.

An fascinating image of Black Panther spreading his claws on a deserted beach concludes the trailer.

This enigmatic character dons a golden-laced outfit with obvious aesthetic similarities to Killmonger’s outfit from the first film.

Although Killmonger might make an unanticipated appearance in the film, this specific figure is a woman.

It may be Shuri, according to comic book mythology, although this isn’t confirmed.

Shuri’s performance as Black Panther is called into question by Queen Ramonda’s comment in the teaser about her family, and this shot might actually take place during the first Atlantean assault rather than the movie’s climax. Other contenders, such as Nakia, the first person to appear in the trailer, are present in the film.

Watch the trailer here.