The movie is already the second highest-grossing Marvel film domestically, with its $520 million haul in North America trailing only 2012's The Avengers, at $623 million domestically ($1.5 billion worldwide), according to Box Office Mojo.
It seems that after the enormous success that the recent Marvel movie Black Panther had, Disney has some big plans for its sequel. One of the favorite pastimes at Marvel Studios is sitting around on a part one and talking and dreaming about what we would do in a part two. For the little black boys and little black girls that have grown up in the presence of our first black President, this movie can usher in a new future of diverse kids comfortable in their own skin.
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"We would talk about the ancestral plane sequence [in Black Panther] where, towards the end of the movie, T'Challa takes the herb again and encounters his father", Feige explained. Moore took it one step further, noting that multiple sequels and spin-offs have been discussed. "This is more about superhero films where the characters happen to be Black, but not about African-American films more generally".
Black Panther is in theaters now.
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Now, the Marvel powers that be are promising we'll get a second chance to enjoy the wonders of Wakanda. "But ["Black Panther"] was one that we felt it was imperative that they experienced and witnessed". While empires have risen and fallen in the rest of the world, Wakanda's isolationist people have kept to themselves. Erik Killmonger, played by Michael B. Jordan, played the main villain in the film, managing to drive the Black Panther out of Wakanda.
Wakanda forever! Or, at least, Wakanda once more - because the Black Panther sequel has officially been confirmed.
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