Black Panther is already breaking all sorts of box office records and is set to become Marvel's most successful movie, which is insane.
Wakanda forever! The blockbuster, record-breaking "Black Panther" will be getting a sequel, surprising nobody and delighting us all. "Black Panther", like many other Marvel films, was pretty heavily promoted in an effort to build up hype and excitement.
In today's least surprising news, Marvel is going to make a sequel to Black Panther.
In addition to its stellar box office run, Black Panther has also been a favorite with critics, earning a 97 percent on Rotten Tomatoes.
Entering its fourth weekend in movie theaters, the movie still has its claws dug into the top spot at the box office as it debuts in China, the world's second-largest movie market, for this first time. While this isn't surprising news, it is exciting to know that we'll be able to see even more of Wakanda in the future.
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Beyond that, there's still the question of just how big the Black Panther franchise could get within the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe. "It's a balance between leaving people wanting more and then giving them too much, but I would watch a movie about [Shuri or the Dora Milaje]".
Although that's a no-brainer-Marvel would have a death wish to give up on Wakanda-we should be aware of Marvel's usual setup. The report also noted that Disney would not only campaign for "Black Panther" but also for the upcoming film, "Mary Poppins Returns".
You can read the rest of Kevin Feige's interview over at Entertainment Weekly.
He immediately added, "I'm not saying we're doing that, but I'm saying that we're intrigued by them", before pivoting to Marvel's immediate priority of finishing the studio's first major 22-movie arc.