Anyone who has watched or attended the D23 Expo will know that Marvel and Disney have given us lifelong news. You can argue that the list of movies and current projects they have planned is a little larger in the talent of the A-list they have landed and the writing teams. Against the background of the chaos, however, we learned that there will eventually be Black Panther 2 ….
This may disappoint some Marvel fans for how long this sequel will have to wait. Not that the impact of it will have any more effect in making everyone wait.
How long will it be? When you know the date, you can think of it as an ideal schedule for the times we live in.
The three-year wait doesn't seem too long these days.
According to the D23 Expo panel, you can expect Black Panther 2 on May 6, 2022. , then the summer movie season begins. Ryan Coogler will also return to directing, giving him the elements he needs to succeed all over again.
Some fans may find it annoying that they have to wait so long to see the follow-up to the massive cultural impact of the first movie made. There was already a clear indication from the last Comic-Con in San Diego that there would be no Black Panther 2 in 2021, after a massive new MCU slate was announced for the next few years.
Marvel was silent on this until the explanation and release date of D23. Perhaps this was done deliberately to preserve everyone for his perspective. Black Panther star Martin Freeman made a comment about this shortly before the D23 show.
According to Freeman, he then thought that the shooting date would be at some point in 2021. We now know that he was right about the money, if not earlier, to make sure that the film meets the high your ideals.
By taking their time to create another classic of "Black Panther"
Ryan Coogler is quoted as saying that in D23 they will be "taking their time" with the movie so that they get every element the way they want it. They appear to have done so with the first film, as reflection on filming began more than a year and a half before its release, as well as studies of African history.
Now, with more than three years since its release, the film has enough space to go even further in the expansion of Wakanda. We all hope to see and learn much more about this fictional African country and its mythologies / culture.
At the same time, we also want to see what the film will do to relate to what is happening in our real world as it first came to pass. Releasing it in 2022 could make it a perfect time if our culture is at a crossroads for all of us to understand ourselves as a society.
When the film was finally completed, Black Panther (T & # 39; Challa) was seen talking to the United Nations about the role Wakanda plays in a peaceful country with powerful technology. Of course, we can see that this can be exploited by the Americans, something that is unquestionably linked to Avatar.
Will we see Wakanda and America work together, or will they go to war?
Because Wakanda is such a technologically advanced civilization, you can't help but see the US government wanting to exploit what they have. In the first movie, we already saw attempts to sell their technology to other Africans around the world so that they could become more powerful.
If we see that the American leaders continue after that, the movie may surpass Avatar in realizing the mass overtone of real life. With a more recent analysis of early slavery in the 1600s in North America, seeing the greedy attempt by US forces to conquer Wakanda seems like a logical step in mimicking our history. However, keep in mind that the story has not yet been confirmed.
By 2022, we may be at a place where the second film will resonate to an increased level. Any saving grace would be that we somehow "normalize" / calm down in our country before, so any racial parallels will not be so painful for you to see the game on the big screen.