D23 Reveals Exclusive ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ Footage
With so much shown and revealed at the massive Disney convention, we have updates about the D23 exclusive Black Panther: Wakanda Forever footage that was revealed.
There are few days on the calendar that are as big- or as important- as the Marvel sphere as the D23 convention event.
A weekend-long festivities that bring together so many of the biggest brands in the Disney umbrella to discuss with fans what’s to come in the coming years for the projects and the studios.
Whether it is Pixar, Walt Disney Pictures, Lucasfilm, or Marvel themselves, it is a massive event that continues to prove its value to fans and the various studios alike.
Marvel was front and center at the event and delved into the incredible things they have planned for their streaming titles, film releases, video games, and even their work at the Avengers Campus theme park.
But among all that was shown and revealed, one of the most interesting developments was the D23 exclusive Black Panther: Wakanda Forever footage that was shown to those in attendance.
Although that footage was not shown to anyone that wasn’t physically at the event, we are now getting some updates as to what was shown in the footage, and how it plays into the upcoming Marvel sequel.
One of the most interesting posts about the footage in question came from Discussing Film, who stated that, based on what was shown, “BLACK PANTHER: WAKANDA FOREVER’ focuses on the rest of the world trying to capitalize on getting WAKANDA’s resources when they eat their weakest.”
— DiscussingFilm (@DiscussingFilm) September 10, 2022
This is an incredibly interesting proposition or what fans can expect, as it would speak to the greater themes that director Ryan Coogler is seeking to emphasize with the title.
2016’s Black Panther was a poignant message about the cultural history of black people in America and other countries, and this sequel could be seeking to illustrate a similar message about how those various nations are treated and perceived around the world.