Marvel Studios Head Reveals Black Panther Sequel's Fate (Spoiler: It's "Absolutely" Happening)


After the undeniable success of the Black Panther, Marvel Studios has just announced officially that the film super-heroes have the right to a suite.

Kevin Feige didn't have any thing to say about the sequel as of yet, but did mention they have discussed a Black Panther 2.

The Black Panther peers at one of his victims. photo via Marvel Studios. This already makes it the tenth best performing movie ever in the United States, with plenty of time to go before it disappears from theaters. It's entirely possible that it will end up out-performing supposedly heavier hitters like Avengers: Infinity War and Solo: A Star Wars Story when they premiere later this year.

Recently, Top Dawg Entertainment's Kendrick Lamar revealed his interest in playing a key role when Black Panther 2 goes into production.

While speaking with EW, the Marvel Studios head was asked about the prospect of a sequel to Black Panther and he said that there's another adventure in store. Erik Killmonger, played by Michael B. Jordan, played the main villain in the film, managing to drive the Black Panther out of Wakanda.

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Although data hasn't been gathered nationwide (or confirmed), it does make sense that a movie about a fierce black cat would inspire animal lovers to want to have a fierce black cat of their own.

"I had a lot of Black readers".

Feige spun some words about striking a balance between wanting more and giving too much, and promised there's more Shuri (Letitia Wright) to come, then said, "Okoye, I think I'd watch three action films just Okoye". Personally, I'm interesting to see more of the political side of Black Panther, especially as T'Challa has to wrestle with what it means to open your borders.

"Yes. I think we're seeing it shift from a very purposeful initiative to just a fact of life, to just a way of doing business. Frankly, as I've said before, finishing these first 22 movies is really all we're thinking about at this point".

Holland said that his "Black Panther" novel is the ideal stepping stone for people who want to know more about the Wakandan superhero and his family depicted on screen.