Chadwick Boseman's sudden death left a large void in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The loss of Black Panther, who served as a crucial cornerstone in Phase Three, created a sense of unease. But, a year after his death, Kevin Feige and the Marvel crew are pushing on with Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Although there is still some uncertainty over Black Panther's future, Feige is unconcerned. Following the actor's passing, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige spoke about the "amazing" new vision set for the sequel.
Kevin Feige, as the MCU's custodian, usually has everything planned out. However, losing Chadwick Boseman before the release of Black Panther 2 was not in Phase Four's plans. He, along with everyone else involved, chose to move through with the sequel, as any great visionary would. After the actor's passing, Marvel's head honcho remarked regarding the sequel's pivot: “I will say that Ryan and our producer Nate Moore, and the entire cast and our co-writer Joe Robert Cole, have done some remarkable things in the story, in the draft. The team is assembling once again, and cameras roll in the not-too-distant future on that. It will be extremely emotional across the board, but I think they have something very special in mind.”
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