It has been a long time since we have seen the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) in theaters, but that will all change soon. Black Panther 2 is coming, and it will be filled with action, intrigue, and suspense. But what about our old friend Anthony Mackie? Well, according to him, he’s going to be back! “I don’t know if I should tell you this or not,” said Mackie. “But yeah, there’s more story.”
The actor also gave a tease about his character in Black Panther: Civil War saying that he was an antagonist for T’Challa (aka Black Panther) as well as other heroes of Wakanda. He said, “I did not see it coming at all either, but what can you do?” The MCU is always surprising us with twists and turns, so hopefully, Mackie will get more screen time this time around! If you want more updates on black panther, keep checking back here for new blog posts or subscribe!
What did ANthony mackie speak on Balck panther 2?
Anthony Mackie dropped an update on black panther. “But yeah there’s more story.” He continued, “I have no idea where they’re going to go. I’m just looking forward to reading the script and finding out what’s happening.” The actor also gave a tease about his character in Black Panther: Civil War saying that he was an antagonist for T’Challa (aka Black Panther) as well as other heroes of Wakanda. He said, “I did not see it coming at all either but what can you do?”
Mackie has been confirmed on Twitter by Kevin Feige himself that Anthony Mackie will be playing the role of Falcon.
What we know about Anthoney Mackie’s role in Balck Panther 2!
The actor has confirmed that he’ll be reprising his role as Sam Wilson a.k.a Falcon in the film, which means fans won’t have to worry about their favorite superhero not being represented!
But Anthony Mackie also teased something exciting: He may or may not get an upgrade this time around! “I don’t know what they’re going to do with me,” he told People Magazine on Sunday night at the 2018 National Board of Review Awards Gala.”Like I said before, it would be great if I had wings so I could fly and stuff like that but we shall see!”
Fans are excited for Black Panther’s return because Chadwick Boseman will likely star alongside Michael B B. Jordan’s Killmonger and Lupita Nyong’o as Nakia in the sequel, which was confirmed at Disney’s D23 Expo on Saturday.
The first film follows T’Challa (Boseman) who has to take over his father’s role of King after an arms dealer named Ulysses Klaue resurfaces with a plan for world domination. After stealing vibranium from Wakanda, he teams up with Erik “Killmonger” Stevens–a lethal American black-ops soldier determined to overthrow the king! The two men form an uneasy alliance when they find themselves both fighting against what seems like insurmountable odds…and facing each other in mortal combat!
Michael B. Jordan as Erik Stevens, a lethal American black-ops soldier determined to overthrow the king!
Lupita Nyong’o as Nakia, T’Challa’s (Boseman) longtime love interest and eventual bride in Black Panther: The Album.
Anthony Mackie as Sam Wilson/The Falcon, who serves on the Avengers team with Steve Rogers (Chris Evans). He is also best friends with Peter Parker/Spider-Man and Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow.
Ryan Coogler is returning to direct and produce the “Black Panther” sequel for Marvel Studios while Kevin Feige will serve again as producer. Additional details about casting have not been revealed yet by Disney representatives but many are guessing that Chadwick Boseman will be reprising his role as T’Challa.
What will be the story?
The story of Black Panther had been, to some extent, about the search for identity. The film captures this as T’Challa is faced with not only fighting off threats at home in Wakanda but also those back from his time studying abroad and learning how different cultures to experience and view their world-view. There will be a lot more exploration of who he is and where he came from while still being able to keep up with international spy work at the same time.
In Marvel Comics lore five people have taken on the mantle of “Black Panther”. They include King Solomon (the first), Azzuri Ajidahaku, Klaw/Ulysses Klaue (the villain in Avengers:: Age of Ultron), T’Challa, and future-king Everett Ross.
if you want to know more then you have to wait till July 2022 because Marvel announced that the 2022 film will be called Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.
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