'Black Panther 2': How Did Wakanda Change After 'Endgame'? Winston Duke Talks About The 'Brand New World'

Marvel recently treated fans with the trailer of the highly anticipated flick, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. From scenic shots of Wakanda’s beauty to T’Challa’s funeral procession, the clip also gave the first glimpse of Atlantis and Sub-Mariner Namor. The latter is one of the oldest Marvel characters but would be making his debut in MCU in Black Panther 2.

It was a bitter-sweet moment for fans as they witnessed Wakanda bidding farewell to their king, T’Challa. The fiction was not far from reality as the world experienced the loss of Chadwick Boseman in 2020 due to cancer. The late actor was supposed to reprise his role in the sequel. Apart from losing their king, Wakanda also experiences the aftermath of Avengers: Endgame.

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While the trailer showed us a glimpse of Wakanda without T’Challa, actor Winston Duke divulged details about the ‘brand new world’. In an interview with Collider, the actor who plays M’Baku, talked about how his storyline moves forward in the new Wakanda. M’Baku is the leader of the Jabari Tribe, who had remained isolated until the events of Endgame brought them together. ”I think the events of Infinity War’ and Endgame really showed that the Jabari are now full-fledged members of Wakanda. M’Baku was a part of every single conflict; every event, and I don’t think they could really exist in isolation anymore,’ the 35-year-old said.

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He also said that M’Baku’s community has expanded confirming that his tribe is part of the sequel. He went on to liken post-Endgame Wakanda to the real-life post-pandemic world. ”A world post-COVID; a world post-pandemic or mid-pandemic. Much like us, he’s going through a lot of the same things and figuring out how to move forward. This movie really deals and dives into that a lot,” Duke Winston concluded. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will release in theatres on November 11, 2022.


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