We still don’t know how Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will change after the death of Chadwick Boseman but, of this we are now sure, the sequel film will see the return of Winston Duke, the actor who in the first film played the role of M’baku.
Winston Duke will return as M’baku in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
With filming on the film recently started in Atlanta, the first details about the film are starting to emerge. Even Duke, who previously hadn’t unbuttoned about his return in the new film, was forced to admit that he will be featured in Wakanda Forever.
In an interview with Collider, Duke explained: “It was very exciting to read the script. It was exciting to pack up to get back on set. But now we are all a bit of a family and we are grieved together and we are doing something really special “, thus unequivocally confirming his presence on the set of the film.
Together with him we know that there will be (already confirmed) Angela Basset is Martin Freeman, while we are sure there will be no recast of T’Challa’s character. However, we have no idea how Marvel is handling the farewell of the actor who has lent the face to the protagonist of the franchise.
Perhaps, to find out we will have to wait for the approaching release in the theaters of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, scheduled for July 2022.