The most anticipated movie Black Panther 2 is trying to figure who to put on set as the next Black Panther. Fans have been dying to know who since the passing of Chadwick Boseman after battling with cancer for 4 years, Boseman who originally play T’Challa in the first part of the movie will be replaced by one of the characters in Black Panther. Since the passing, it has been hard for Marvel to choose who will play T’Challa in Black Panther 2.
Many thought that Michael B. Jordon’s who play the character Erik Killmonger is going to be the next Black Panther, but it turn out that Erik Killmonger is still going to stay and he would not be replacing Boseman.
Away from that, why we were still convinced that Letitia Wright who play the character Shuri as the technology genius in the first Black Panther movie will take the lead role. Marvel was already making a backup plan due to the post she shared on social media, and it was seen as anti-vaccination. It turns out that she won’t be playing T’Challa after all, and the title will be passed on to Winston Duke’s who play the character M’Baku.
According to a source, who shared that Marvel has decided that the next Black Panther will be M’Baku, the character played by Winston Duke. In the first movie, you can see Winston Duke (M’Baku) challenging Chadwick Boseman (T’Challa) for the leadership role, as does Michael B. Jordan (Erik Killmonger). This might be the only case that will lead to a more reasonable sense in Black Panther 2.
So if there’s anyone that’s going to take the T’Challa title in Black Panther 2 for the leadership role it’s probably M’Buku. While Marvel might be playing the King here M’Buku isn’t going to be much as did with the previous T’Challa, it’s going to take time (in the movie) to blend into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.