‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ has begun filming after the break, and as Marvel prepares to usher in a new era for Wakanda and its inhabitants, a character from the original has been given a larger role. Following the news that the ‘Black Panther’ sequel had resumed production following an injury to Letitia Wright on set, the hollywood reporter now it says that winston duke will return as M’Baku, now in a more prominent role.

    Given M’Baku’s importance as a member of the Wakanda Council, THR reported the news that his character would have “to larger role” in the ‘Black Panther’ universe. Details are being kept under wraps for now, so for now we only know what the first installment revealed to us (here’s a brief character guide): that M’Baku was the leader of the renegade Jabari tribe before challenging T’Challa for control of Wakanda.


    After being defeated by T’Challa, M’Baku finally agrees to join him in fighting N’Jadaka and leads the Jabari into battle. Winston Duke’s M’Baku also appeared in ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ and ‘Endgame’. Filming on ‘Wakanda Forever’ had to stop last year after Letitia Wright, who plays T’Challa’s younger sister Shuri, was injured during filming.

    In a note, he admitted that “We can’t do much without Shuri”, Kevin Feig, head of Marvel Studios, explained: “What we initially thought were minor injuries turned out to be much more serious., with Letitia suffering a critical shoulder fracture and concussion with serious side effects.”

    Letitia Wright as Shuri Black Panther


    “It has been a painful process and Letitia has been at home recovering with her doctors and the support of her family”. Given the importance of Shuri and the sad death of the actor after T’Challa, Chadwick BosemanIn ‘Wakanda Forever’, Shuri is expected to inherit the mantle of Black Panther.

    Who has also talked about returning to filming has been T’Challa’s ex-partner Lupita Nyong’o, who a few months ago shared her return to training and spoke briefly about what the sequel to ‘Black Panther’ means to her: “People ask me, ‘Are you happy to be back?’ Emotion is not the word. I feel like I’m in a very thoughtful and meditative state when it comes to ‘Black Panther 2’. His passing is still extremely raw for me.”

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    ‘Black Panther 2’ was originally supposed to be released on July 8, 2022, but has finally been pushed back to November 11, 2022 (the first ‘Black Panther’ movie can be seen on Disney+). After this second installment, We will also have a series directed by Ryan Coogler, ‘Black Panther: Kingdom of Wakanda’.

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