Black Panther 2: Wakanda Forever All You Need to know 

By Dickson Osas

Driving up to make a big appearance in the Black Panther Wakana Forever trailer, there was a bounty of theories around the much-awaited sequel to 2018’s worldwide blockbuster Black Panther taking after the appalling Death of Chadwick Boseman.

Multiple reports of onset difficulties spinning around star Letitia Wright and the boisterous calls for Wonder Studios to recast T’Challa, something chief Ryan Coogler and studio Manager Kevin Feige promised they would not do.

The main event of Marvel’s Hall H panel at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday night was Ryan Coogler’s “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,” which gave fans in attendance their first glimpse at the follow-up as well as their first glance at Tenoch Huerta as Namor.

We’ve spoken about the past and the future, and now it’s time to talk about Forever. Of course, Marvel President Kevin Feige was present for everything. He gave the panel the love and attention it deserved when he presented it. A group of African musicians then appeared to energize the gathering.

Cast  for Black Panther 2: Wakana Forever

The last Black Panther movie had a star-studded cast. The same tradition is carried on in Black Panther 2 (Wakanda Forever), so spectators can expect exciting action starring familiar actors.

Unfortunately, given that Chadwick Boseman passed away from cancer in August 2020, it stands to reason that he wouldn’t appear in the Black Panther 2 (Wakanda Forever) Edition.

However, the cast members listed below have already gone through the casting process, so fans should keep an eye out for them even though it’s unclear who may take his position. Most of the cast members here are regulars:

Angela Bassett portrays Queen Ramonda, Shuri by Letitia Wright, M’Baku by Winston Duke, Okoye by Danai Gurira, Nakia by Lupita Nyong’o, Aneka by Michaela Coel, Everett Ross by Martin Freeman, and 

Tenoch Huerta by Tenoch Huerta plays Namor

Dominique Thorne plays Ironheart/Riri Williams

Black Panther 2 Release Date

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” will be released in theaters on November 11, 2022.


The official music for Wakanda Forever, also known as Black Panther 2, is “Move.” Temilade Openiyi (Tems), Richard Isona, Ariowa Irosogie, Richard Olowaranti Mbu Isong (P2J), and Denisia Blu, a British-Nigerian producer. The music was composed by June Andrews, Ronald Banfu Banfu, and Brittany Coney.

The teaser trailer’s soundtrack is Tems’ interpretation of Bob Marley’s “No Woman, No Cry” for the sake of clarity. So naturally, her inclusion on the soundtrack is essential to her fellow citizens, who have praised her for the accomplishment.

Black Panther 2 Trailer

Trailers are more like markers, pointing the viewer toward potential storylines. Additionally, a trailer is available for practically every movie worth its salt.At the San Diego Comic-Con, the Black Panther 2 (Wakanda Forever) teaser was unveiled precisely on July 23. According to the teaser, the Atlantean empire will pose severe risks to the Wakandans once King T’Challa dies. A mural representing Chadwick Boseman’s T’Challa from ‘BLACK PANTHER: WAKANDA FOREVER.’ is also shown in the trailer 

Tribute To Chadwick Boseman's  mural
Credit Marvel Studio