• The wait for "Black Panther 2" will be worth it
  • Director Ryan Coogler wants to make something meaningful
  • The film will be released on May 6, 2022

“Black Panther 2” is scheduled to be released four years after the launch of the first solo movie of Chadwick Boseman’s character. While the wait is a little too long for the fans to bear, it will be worth it because of what the filmmakers are planning.

Ryan Coogler will be back as the writer and director of the sequel after delivering a massive hit with the 2018 film. The director recognizes the enormous responsibility he has in delivering something spectacular for the fans and he has said that he is not rushing to make the sequel. He wants to take his time because he wants to create something meaningful, Screen Rant reported.

The long gap will give Coogler a chance to take the feedback he got about the first movie and fix the things he feels haven’t worked. One of the issues that the sequel will need to fix is the CGI, Screen Rant reported.

Some critics feel that the extensive use of CGI for the final battle between T’Challa and the villain Erik Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan) made it look a little unrealistic. “Black Panther 2” can fix this problem by either using more of choreographed fights or improving the CGI if they use digital characters.

In order to take the sequel to the next level, Coogler will have to consider what new characters he wants to introduce in the film. So far, the only confirmed characters in the movie are T’Challa and Everett K. Ross (Martin Freeman). Some of the characters that the director can consider include Namor the Sub-Mariner, Doctor Doom, Kraven the Hunter, Kevin Cole, and Storm, according to Screen Rant.

“Black Panther 2” is scheduled to be released on May 6, 2022. Details about the plot are currently being kept under wraps. More details may be revealed close to the start of production.

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"Black Panther 2" expected to be released in 2022. Black Panther/Facebook