‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ will bring hope to a fallen ally

The upcoming move in the series takes a different path with its star actor dying


Sean Asay

Residents of the Treasure Valley can view the new Black Panther movie at the Village Cinema and many other cinemas throughout the valley.

“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” set to come out May 6, had to be rewritten due to star actor Chadwick Boseman’s death in the summer of 2020. The movie now comes out Nov. 11. 

Boseman’s death impacted the entire production and storyline of the movie as the writers had to come up with a whole new movie. 

His passing also impacted everyone, whether it was movie stars or people that were fans of Marvel and Boseman’s work. 

“Boseman’s death kind of hit me right in the heart, it really left a burden on me and many Marvel fans,” said junior Rhett Brown.

According to gqmagzine.com, the movie “will explore the wider mythology around Wakanda.” 

The main question that everyone’s asking is, who is going to be the next Black Panther? 

There are many different theories on the Internet. One of the most popular theories is that actor Letitia Wright, who plays Boseman’s younger sister, in the original movie and will become the next Black Panther, and she would be the first woman to play that role. 

Other fan theories suggest that actor Michael B. Jordan, who played the villain Killmonger in the original film, might be the underdog and become the next Black Panther. 

Viewers won’t truly know who the next Black Panther will be, but theorists will constantly speculate about who it could be and if he or she can live up to this role. 

With “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” coming out this November, actors and fans pay tribute to a close friend and by saying that this movie is for the true Black Panther, Chadwick Boseman.