The growing cast of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has added I can destroy you actress Michaela Coel on the list. As expected, Marvel hasn’t released any character details yet, as such information is usually kept under more security than the Asgard Vaults, we won’t find out until Marvel is ready. Coel is believed to have been with director Ryan Coogler at Pinewood Studios in Atlanta, where production began in June.
Michaela Coel is known for her 2020 series I can destroy you, which received critical acclaim and earned the star four Emmy nominations for her writing, directing, production and starring roles in the drama. The strong drama centered on a writer trying to live with the trauma of rape, and has been praised by both the public and critics alike, and the list of award nominations speaks for itself when it comes to the quality of her work on all aspects of life. the series. Coel has also written episodes of black mirror and Chewing gum for Netflix, as well as t he films been so long lang and Star Wars: The Last Jedic. Unlike many writers and artists in the industry, Coel is currently not represented by a talent agency, but works through her indie label Falkna Productions, which she used to produce I can destroy you.
Black Panther arrived in theaters in 2018 as part of Marvel’s stage three to critical success, box office glory and a wealth of nominations, including a nod for Best Picture at the Academy Awards. A sequel was never in doubt, even if it hadn’t been part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but the death of star Chadwick Boseman in 2020 changed the film’s possible sequel storylines forever. Of Wakanda forever, director Ryan Coogler and most of the original cast return, and along with Marvel Boss Kevin Feige, they all plan to ensure the actor’s legacy is carried on.
“It’s obviously very emotional without Chad,” Feige said during a… Black Widow presentation. “But everyone is also very excited to bring the world of Wakanda back to the public and back to the fans. We’re going to do it in a way that Chad would be proud of.”
Danai Gurira, Letitia Wright, Daniel Kaluuya, Winston Duke, Lupita Nyong’o, Florence Kasumba, and Angela Bassett will all likely reprise their roles from the original film, and it probably won’t be the only time we’ll see many of the stars again. on Wakandan soil as they are also expected to appear in Kingdom of Wakanda, the Black Panther Disney+ series recently announced by Marvel and Disney. The series is produced by Coogler and like many of the Marvel spin-off shows, the series looks set to be a huge project as Coogler’s Proximity Media signed a five-year Disney deal to work on the project.
Coogler said: “It is an honor to partner with The Walt Disney Company. Working with them on Black Panther was a dream come true. We look forward to learning, growing and building relationships with audiences around the world through the Disney platforms. We are already working on some projects that we can’t wait to share.” Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will hit theaters in July 2022, but there is currently no release date for the series. This story originated at Deadline.
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