Black Panther is an American superhero film series, the prequel to the film premiered on January 29, 2018. The film was based on the superhero Marvel character of the same name, who made his first appearance in Fantastic Four #52. Produced by Marvel Studios. The film already had everything it needed to be a box office success, earning $1.348 billion and becoming the 13th highest-grossing film of all time. The film follows the story of the new heir of the Wakanda nation, T’Challa, as he fights his way to protect the vibranium. The film is all set to come back with a sequel this year, but after the demise of Chadwick Boseman, everything kind of fell apart and Marvel decided not to recast Black Panther’s character. After a lot of delays due to many other things that took place in between the shoots, the sequel finally got wrapped up in March 2022. The character of the Black Panther as well as the film are extremely popular and have a huge fanbase all over the world. After the demise of the legendary Chadwick Boseman, this sequel will not be the same without him.
Black Panther 3 Release Date
The prequel to the film premiered on January 29, 2018. With the massive success of the film, Marvel Studios did not waste any time making the sequel to the film. The film started its production in mid-2019 because Marvel had planned to make a sequel to the film. However, it got delayed by years for several reasons, but now it’s ready to be released on November 11, 2022. With the sequel’s release date being this year, we can expect Black Panther 3 to be released somewhere in 2023 or 2024. Unfortunately, they may have changed their minds following the death of Chadwick Boseman.
|Black Panther 1 Release Date||January 29, 2018|
|Black Panther 2 Release Date||November 11, 2022|
|Black Panther 3 Release Date||Not Announced|
Black Panther 3 Story
Marvel has still not renewed Black Panther 3 apart from giving just one statement that they had planned to make Black Panther 3 with Chadwick Boseman The prequel begins with a narration of vibranium, a giant meteorite with the toughest metal vibranium crashed in the region of the Nile river. It affected the plants. Later, in the age of humans, five tribes in the land named Wakanda battled for control of that vibranium. Until a spirit led a certain worrier to eat a heart-shaped herb, affected by the metal. After consuming the herb, he gained superhuman abilities and became the first black panther. Four of the five tribes submitted to his power, but one tribe wanted freedom. The Wakandas used the vibranium to develop highly advanced technology. They saw the horrors of other nations and isolated themselves from the rest of the world. They hid and pretended that they were not industrially developed like a third world country. In 1992, Prince N’jobu vows to share Wakanda’s technology with people of African descent around the world to help them conquer their oppressors. N’ Jobu starts a black market to sell vibranium around the world, but king T’Chaka learns about his deals. He then kills N’Jobu and abandons N’Jobu’s son Erik to hide the truth from the tribe. King T’Chaka later dies and the new heir king T’Challa takes the throne, but he learns that some people are trying to steal vibranium in New York. He goes there to protect it where he reunites with his cousin Erik, followed by a series of unfortunate events.
Black Panther 3 Cast
Marvel has not given its confirmation to renew the film for the third time, but they did give a hint that they are going to make Black Panther 3 with Chadwick Boseman, but they planned it before his demise, so we are not sure if it’s still applicable. The cast for Black Panther 3 has not been confirmed yet. If it’s renewed, the cast from Part 2 will most likely reprise their roles in Part 3. The cast from Black Panther Part 2 includes Lupita Nyong’o as Nakia, Danai Gurira as Okoye, Martin Freeman as Everett K. Ross, Daniel Kaluuya as W’Kabi, Letitia Wright as Shuri, Winston Duke as M’Baku, Angela Bassett as Ramonda, Isaach de Bankolé as Wakandan River Tribe, and Dorothy Steel as Merchant Tribe.
Where To Watch Black Panther 3 Online?
Black Panther 3 has not been officially renewed yet, but viewers can watch the 2018 Black Panther on Disney+ (US), Disney+ (UK), Virgin TV Go (UK), and Hotstar (IN).
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