Lupita Nyong’o didn’t want Chadwick Boseman recast in ‘Black Panther’ sequel either
A black woman’s wish has been granted: It turns out the Oscar-nominated performance in the acclaimed superhero film Black Panther is no longer needed.
“We’re going to make a Black Panther sequel,” Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige told reporters Tuesday. “I don’t know that we can guarantee that it will be the last [movie], but certainly, it’s definitely the next one. We would love it to be a [mainstream] movie, and certainly, we did that with Captain America: Civil War, which we think is a really cool movie.”
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Marvel’s Black Panther, which has grossed nearly $1.5 billion worldwide, features a cast including Chadwick Boseman, Michael B Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o, Michael K. Williams, Danai Gurira, Martin Freeman, Angela Bassett, Winston Duke, Danai Gurira, Michael B Jordan and Oscar Isaac. It earned a rare “A” CinemaScore from CinemaScore. And yet, Marvel had to extend an apology to “Thandie Newton” after she tweeted she had never thought the film deserved Oscars.
“That’s not a question,” Feige said. “My gut response is that we don’t want to have to do this again, because at some point the only good thing you can do, from our perspective, is to make more movies.”
Feige was asked about whether Black Panther could become a movie like Captain America: Civil War.
“No, we like to go for the bigger picture, and that’s the whole point. You know, if there’s a movie that can be a movie that’s going to be the movie that you see next weekend that you can be, that’s the movie that you’re going to see in theaters, and you feel that you had an impact on, in every sense, it’s a win for the character,” he said.
He added that the film will