Marvel Studios announces Black Panther 2

Brenda Watkins
August 25, 2019

Disney's D23 Expo is now taking place this weekend, and found "Black Panther" director Ryan Coogler revealing some important news-'Black Panther II' will be dropping in 2022.

Marvel's Black Panther was a phenomenon.

It was also scored seven Oscar nominations, including one for best picture - which was a first for any Marvel superhero movie - and won three. Chadwick Boseman will return in the title role, with Ryan Coogler also returning as writer and director. In addition to Lamar, the soundtrack featured SZA, Travis Scott, the Weeknd, Future, James Blake, Swae Lee, and more.

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'We're not taking our time, we're really trying to get it right, ' Coogler said, according to Variety. Marvel chief Kevin Feige took the stage at an event on Saturday to share the exciting news. It grossed $700 million domestically and $1.3 billion worldwide, becoming the second highest grossing Marvel movie of all time domestically, behind "Avengers: Endgame".

In 2018, Black Panther released and helped add diversity to the superhero genre.

The film also made history with its almost all-black cast. "Black Panther" was set shortly after "Captain America: Civil War" with T'Challa returning home to the secret African nation of Wakanda to become king.

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