Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has a lot going for it as a production. From the tragic loss of a legendary legend in Chadwick Boseman to the controversial behavior of one of its top stars and numerous delays – it’s been a wild ride. However, despite all this, the first trailer of this project really surprised the world. Looks like visitors are in for one hell of a ride in November. Although the release date is approaching, filming on Wakanda Forever has not yet ended. Last July, the cast and crew worked hard to reshoot the film. Now, it looks like the film is coming back for another series of short remakes.
Black Panther returns to filming
The cast of Black Panther Wakanda Forever
Cosmic Circus reports that production on Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has not yet finished. According to the publication, reshoots of the project will take place from September 7 to 14 in Atlanta, Georgia.
reach? Its November 11 release is just two months away. It’s been a long road for Wakanda Forever — we hope it can still stick the landing. After several delays due to the tragic death of Chadwick Boseman and the Covid-19 pandemic, the project began production on June 29, 2021.
Then, in November of that year, Letitia Wright suffered an accident that stopped production until January 2022. That’s not to mention the controversy surrounding Wright’s public comments about vaccines, which outraged people online and led to his return to filming (which he eventually did).
Finally, at the end of March 2022, the shooting of the project ended after some time in Puerto Rico. However, despite being a Marvel Studios project, it had its fair share of reshoots, most of which took place around the same time as San Diego Comic Con.
Only two months left… It is bad?
Given that Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has already gone through several reshoots, does it make sense to go back to another location? It means nothing. They may need small inserts or additional protection – first they are only a few days in Atlanta. This short period of time is definitely not enough to get a lot of work done.
But Marvel Studios could also come back to make the game after the overhaul. They had already mentioned that they would come later, so that would be a good time.
If so, what can they add? There is a common thread with Doctor Doom and his fictional country of Leturia. If anything, it was a unique way to introduce him throughout Wakanda Forever without making him the villain of the Fantastic Four reboot. Whatever reshoots they do, I hope they help make Black Panther: Wakanda Forever one to remember when it comes out on November 11th.