Marvel Upcoming Films and Black Panther-2 Shooting
A couple of days back we learned about the possibility of Black Panther’s digital double. However, the representative Marvel franchise appeared concerned about the sequel. Following the interview, the possibility of the digital double Chadwick Boseman wasn’t an option. The entire franchise and those who worked with Chadwick Boseman expressed their grief and the void of the true King. However, the latest news is circulating following the resumption of the sequel to Black Panther which will begin shooting in July 2021. The sequel to black panther anticipated the release of the movie in 2022. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the filming will be beginning in Atlanta in July 2021. The shooting could last up to 6 months.
Marvel and Disney+ Upcoming Series and Movies
According to reports, Latitia wright, Angela Basset including Winston, and Lupita Nyong’O will be returning to the sets. Also, the movie will feature Tenoch Huerta from Netflix’s Narcos however, the role of Tenoch has not yet specified. Marvel hasn’t commented on that matter and it is already clear that no digital double of the late actor will be created. The focus of Fiege is on series and that is the priority for the upcoming Disney+ launch.
The focus of Marvel’s studios is to deliver its Disney+ series as demanded by the parent. There are more exciting and fun series from Marvel due to come. These shows will launch franchises and lay pathways for Marvel movies, merchandise, and comics. Also, the anticipated Disney+ TV series WANDAVISION will be featuring in January.
Along with these series, Marvel is also completing the first season of Loki, Falcon, and the Winter Soldiers which was partially filmed before COVID-19 and later stopped filming. On the other hand, Marvel will also be planning for upcoming movies for its cinematic universe. For Marvel fans, there is a lot to come from their favorite superheroes. Marvel has loads of movies lined up including Thor; Love and Thunder which is due to shoot in Australia while Blackwidow, Shang-Chi, Legend of the Ten Rings, and Eternals are in the pipeline for 2022.