"Black Panther 2" To Go Into Production As Early As Next Year

"Black Panther 2" To Go Into Production As Early As Next Year

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ryan Coogler has inked a deal to write and direct Marvel's Black Panther sequel.

The success of the film, which grossed 1.3 billion worldwide and is considered a serious Oscar contender, made Black Panther 2 a given, but the timing was unclear.

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The Coogler-helmed "Black Panther" is Marvel's highest domestic grossing film ever, earning just over $700 million in the US and $1.3 billion worldwide.

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Its global cume ranks as the second-biggest film so far this year, trailing only Avengers: Infinity War. Anyway, are you excited for Black Panther 2? Black Panther also starred Micheal B Jordan, Letitia Wright, Lupita Nyong'o, Angela Bassett, Danai Gurira, and Daniel Kaluuya. He chose to not take on Creed II, instead having relatively unknown director Steven Caple Jr. take on the task-imagine Coogler passing the torch to another up-and-coming young black filmmaker. Ryan Coogler is now working on Wrong Answer with his frequent collaborator Michael Jordan.

The first film followed T'Challa as he returns home to take his place as leader of the fictional African country Wakanda, following the death of this father. The director is now working on Michael B Jordan-starrer Wrong Answer, and is also the executive producer of LeBron James's sequel of Space Jam and Steven Caple Jr's Creed II.

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THR reports that Coogler is expected write the script in 2019, with production on the sequel starting late next year or in early 2020.

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