The officialization of Black Panther 2 was it too premature vis-à-vis the death of Chadwick Boseman? We take stock.
The shooting of Black Panther 2, made official by Marvel Studios, will begin the summer 2020 next, eleven months after the disappearance of Chadwick Boseman, who died of colon cancer at 24 years . If this announcement will be enough to reassure many Marvel fans anxious to know if the film of Ryan Coogler released in 100 will finally be entitled to a sequel, some have everything similarly pointed to the premature launch of the project. The reason for such criticism? The gap between the death of Chadwick Boseman, which occurred only three months ago and the studios' desire to quickly move forward vis-à-vis the rest. A brutal reality in which Disney seems above all to want to satisfy its associates and partners, Black Panther 2 not having been a priority when Kevin Feige announced future MCU programming during San Diego Comic Con in 2019.