Marvel has unveiled the official trailer for ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ which pays a subtle tribute to the late Chadwick Bozeman.
The reveal came at Comic-Con in San Diego, where a number of other projects were also announced, including two new ‘Avengers’ movies.
‘Wakanda Forever’ will introduce Tenoch Huerta as Namor McKenzie, confirming a long-standing casting rumour.
Namor, who rules the kingdom of Atlantis, is the film’s antagonist and the trailer hints at a conflict between his people and Wakanda.
Marvel previously confirmed it would not be re-casting the role of T’Challa following Boseman’s death due to colon cancer in 2020.
There’s still no confirmation as to who the new Black Panther will be.
See the official trailer:
‘AVENGERS’ AND OTHER PROJECTS
Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige said the current tranche of films and TV shows – known as Phase 4 – will end with ‘Wakanda Forever’ in November 2022.
He also reportedly confirmed that Phase 5 will begin with ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania’ in February 2023, and gave a brief glimpse into Phase 6 which he says caps off the ‘Multiverse Saga’ of the MCU.
The ‘Multiverse Saga’ is the follow-up to the ‘Infinity Saga’.
See the upcoming projects:
Earlier in the run of Comic-Con 2022, Marvel also announced the following: