‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ Reportedly Wraps Filming
One of the most anticipated films in the MCUs Phase Four slate is a step closer to being finished, as Black Panther: Wakanda Forever reportedly wraps its filming.
There are few films that are shrouded in the same level of uncertainty as to the long-awaited sequel of one of the most successful Marvel films of all time, Black Panther.
To this day, the Ryan Coogler led film is the only Marvel Project to be nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture, as the film was nominated in 2019.
The film follows the character of T’Challa, and his journey in taking over the throne of Wakanda, following the events of Captain America: Civil War that had taken the life of his father, and the former king of his home country.
It was a film that so brilliantly celebrated culture, character, and what it means to truly rule, as T’Challa quickly became one of the most popular and endearing characters in Marvel’s illustrious history.
The sequel quickly became one of the most anticipated films in MCUs history, with fans excited to see how Ryan Coogler and the company carry the story forward; a development that experienced tragedy with the untimely and premature death of the film’s star, Chadwick Boseman.
His death left the film without its star, and obviously forced the MCU to alter its plans for the sequel; yet, with many curious as to where the MCU will take the next installment of the Black Panther franchise, the film is a step closer to finding its audience as Black Panther: Wakanda Forever wraps filming.
First reported from ComicBook.com, the film has wrapped based on, “Social media posts from key crew members of the Marvel sequel.”
With filming first starting during the summer and continuing through November and a pause in production, it seems as though principle photography finally finishing, with post-production and reshoots potentially coming in the coming months.