Marvel Studios recently began production on their Black Panther sequel Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. The studio additionally has two spin-off series being developed in the fictional world of Wakanda. Little is known in regards to both series’ nevertheless gratitude to a new report, it seems as though one of them is preparing for pre-production.
As per The Ronin, the forthcoming Wakanda series for Disney+ has gotten an official LLC (restricted liability organization) connected to it. The LLC goes by Maglev Train Productions.
The LLC apparently affirms the re-visitation of Wakanda, as The Wakandan Maglev Train, found in Black Panther, is a highly advanced magnetic levitation train utilized in Wakanda. It is utilized both for public transportation in the Golden City and for carrying Vibranium at high speed inside the Great Mound. T’Challa and Killmonger had their last fight on the tracks of the train.
Very little is known on the Wakanda series, which the internet is calling The Kingdom of Wakanda. The official declaration on the series returned a few months when Black Panther and Black Panther: Wakanda Forever director Ryan Coogler and his production banner Proximity Media inked a rewarding 5-year TV deal with Disney. Coogler is relied upon to compose and produce on the project. No word yet in the event that he will direct episodes.
That isn’t the only project in progress. A series centered on Okoye, the General of the Dora Milaje and the head of Wakandan armed forces and intel, is additionally in progress. Danai Gurira will get back to the role. Per her lawyer Jamie Mandelbaum, he’s apparently brokered a deal between the actress and Marvel for her to show up in numerous future projects, which would incorporate her solo series.
We will get back to the world of Wakanda in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, which is set to hit theaters on July 8, 2022.
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