Disney never stops working and is now preparing a television series inspired by Black panther, where the kingdom of Wakanda will be the protagonist and the director of the first film will be in charge of this new project; Ryan Coogler, who was the one who released the news.
“It is an honor to partner with The Walt Disney Company. Working with them on ‘Black Panther’ was a dream come true. ”, the manager mentioned.
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The Marvel Cinematic Universe increasingly expands its horizons where it has included original series to introduce us to more characters and this time Wakanda from Black panther has joined them. A series that you can enjoy through Disney + as well as WandaVision and soon Loki, Falcon and the Winter Soldier Y Hawkeye. Hire it in your Telcel Plax Max Plan or add it to your current plan! #All in the same place.
Ryan Coogler, the leader of Wakanda and new Marvel projects
Ryan coogler He directed Black panther and is also working on Black panther 2, the next installment of the franchise. So there is no one more qualified than him to handle the series of Wakanda, which will be achieved thanks to an agreement between Disney and the director for five years. This means that Coogler has the opportunity to get involved in more projects and series for Disney +.
Until now, few details are known about this new series; It is unknown if any known character will be part of the story but rumors suggest that it will be a spin off of Black Panther.
The success of Black Panther that crossed the screen
This was the only MCU film to have been nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars, earning a billion dollars worldwide. Not to mention that his impact on fans and the general public has been so great that today he is a benchmark for the African community around the world. So a series does not hurt, since success is assured.
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There is still much to know about Wakanda Y Black panther ; First, what decisions will Marvel make after Chadwick Boseman. But we are sure of one thing and that is that the production will be responsible for paying the tribute that the 43-year-old actor well deserved.
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