Marvel is 'absolutely' making a sequel to Black Panther

Marvel is 'absolutely' making a sequel to Black Panther

First and foremost, Feige immediately stoked the Black Panther sequel flames by confirming that the studio will "absolutely" go ahead with a sequel.

The Black Panther peers at one of his victims. photo via Marvel Studios. Homecoming's opening weekend hauled in $71 million in its first weekend and, judging by the advance ticket sales, Black Panther could potentially top it by the time Sunday rolls around. "We have ideas and a pretty solid direction on where we want to head with the second one".

Given the extraordinary critical and commercial success of Marvel Studios' latest superhero blockbuster Black Panther, it was practically a foregone conclusion that a sequel would inevitably be greenlit. As the MCU expands, and as some stories conclude in the wake of climactic events like Infinity War, there's room for supporting characters to take on leading roles in future films.

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Kevin Feige is a huge fan of the Ryan Coogler, and has previously expressed his interested in working with the director again for a Black Panther sequel.

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This huge push for Black Panther happened before the ticket sales were known, and now Marvel looks even smarter as these characters and locations become more important in the Cinematic Universe.

For Feige, "there's a lot of potential" there. At that point, Black Panther accounted for 57 percent of Friday's gross revenues, ahead of big-budget patriotic documentary Amazing China, which came in second place with 19 percent. "Believe me, I'm exhausted of every movie, you know, "It's the end!"

"That's the grand Marvel Studios/MCU tradition of just being all in, right?" "Now we perceive them as cool and hip, you know, very free-spirited and expressive, which is great". "It was an honor to let them know...to let Chadwick [Boseman] know and Lupita [Nyong'o] know just how wonderful that film is and what it means to us". Then there are people we hired that we're not ready to announce in all different capacities, particularly behind the camera.

Black Panther is incredibly well casted, and it showcases the lovely scenery of Wakanda. "If you do that, audiences will notice it, and appreciate it, and support it".

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