Actress Danai Gurira, who is popularly known for playing Okoye's character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, spoke about highly anticipated movie, "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever," suggesting what fans can expect.

"It tells a very heart wrenching story," Gurira told Yahoo! during her Met Gala appearance Monday.

"And that is all I can say! We hope… that it resonates for everybody the way it does for us. It’s all about [Chadwick Boseman] for all of us. It’s all an outpouring to love and honor him."

Boseman, who played the title role in the superhero movie, died in August 2020 after battling colon cancer. Hence, the sequel is going to be an emotional ride for the fans.

The sequel’s first glimpse was shown during CinemaCon last week. Writer Erik Davis took to Twitter to share details about the footage shown.

"#BlackPantherWakandaForever footage included a great shot of Nakia, Shuri & Okoye all on the front line of what looked like a major battle approaching," he teased.

"Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" is slated to release on Nov. 11. The movie is helmed by director Ryan Coogler and also stars Letitia Wright, Winston Duke, Daniel Kaluuya, Dominique Thorne, Martin Freeman, Angela Bassett and Florence Kasumba.

Bassett previously teased the sequel and said it is going to "top" the first installment.

"It’s going to be amazing. It’s going to top [the first] one. Can I say that?"

Considering Gurira's Met Gala appearance, the actress also talked about her outfit, which was designed by 23-year-old Nigeria-born American designer named Taofeek Abijako.

"So it’s this beautiful intersection of culture — the expression of it and celebration of it which I love because I am also intercultural in various ways," she told E! News. "It was just a very organic connection. I’m very excited to celebrate his work today. He’s very special."

The actress also shared why she was carrying a fly-whisk at the event as an accessory. "This is a little wink-wink to our shared African culture and heritage. [Fly whisks are] used a lot by very royal-type of folks on the continent as they walk and, you know, meet the people," Gurira added.

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Marvel confirms "Black Panther 2" is in development. Black Panther/Facebook