Marvel could bring back Chadwick Boseman via CGI for a final cameo in Black Panther 2

It’s been more than six weeks since the unexpected and regrettable passing of Chadwick Boseman, the Marvel Studios star who made sense of Black Panther – 90% in the franchise and that he became the idol of millions thanks to his strength and incredible skills. Some wonder what Marvel Studios will do to solve the situation at the plot level, and a new answer could have reached us. According to the trusted influencer and tweeter Daniel Richtman, the company executives have agreed to recreate Chadwick through CGI in Black Panther II with the aim of giving a dignified conclusion to his character. Here all the details.

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The first time we observed Boseman how Black Panther was in Captain America: Civil War – 90%, but it didn’t take long for Marvel Studios to grant him his solo adventure. In the film, T´Challa returns to his country to fully assume his responsibilities as a royal member, however, the internal uprising of rival groups complicates the situation. On the other hand, the appearance of a pair of powerful enemies will force him to establish an alliance with members of the special forces known as Dora Milaje, as well as with a CIA agent named Evertt K. Ross. Black Panther It surprised with an exceptional box office and an Oscar nomination for Best Picture.

Through your profile on Patreon, Daniel Richtman shared some really interesting (or alarming) words for fans of the superhero born in the land of Wakanda: “I heard that Marvel could go the Carrie Fisher route by having a CGI double cameo to bring closure to Chadwick’s character.” Remember that Carrie was brought to life via CGI for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story – 85% and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker – 61%, so it wouldn’t be strange for Marvel to do the same with good Chadwick; He has plenty of material to do it and the character deserves it. On the other hand, some might see it as disrespectful to your memory.

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Many are the rumors about what is coming for Black Panther 2, but one thing is very clear: the legacy of Chadwick Boseman it will remain unchanged and for a long time to serve as an inspiration to millions of people around the world. Superhero cinema lost one of its greatest figures and more than a month after his death, people continue to pay tribute to his memory. In social networks we can still see countless messages that celebrate his life and all that he achieved in just 43 years, a short existence ruined by colon cancer.

The controversy about what will happen to the protagonist of Black Panther II remains, but only the executives of Marvel Studios will solve that complicated decision. The movie has a scheduled premiere for May 6, 2022, however due to the unfortunate incident, the MCU will likely need to take extra time to readjust all its plans. The next installment in the Wakanda-born superhero franchise should treat the Boseman issue with all possible delicacy and respect. So far Disney has not revealed their next step, but it is only a matter of time before they announce the decision that everyone is waiting for.

As for the Marvel and Disney films to come, they have been agreed as follows: Black Widow, May 7, 2021; Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, July 9, 2021; Eternals (November 5, 2021); Spider-Man 3, December 17, 2021; Thor: Love and Thunder, February 11, 2022; Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, March 25, 2022; Y Captain Marvel 2, July 8, 2022. For its part, Black Panther 2 will hit theaters on May 6, 2022 but there is still no certainty about whether it will belong to Pass 4 or Phase 5 of the MCU, we will have to wait until Marvel Studios gives the final words of the case, but most likely it will be profile for 5.

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