Chadwick Boseman and Ryan Coogler’s Last Conversation About Black Panther 2

In less than two weeks, “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” will debut, and it promises to be one of, if not the most passionate MCU films to date. Grossing nearly $1.3 billion worldwide, the first film was a massive hit for the series and all but guaranteed a following. This was verified when Ryan Coogler agreed to direct and write the sequel in October 2018. Around that time, Chadwick Boseman was reportedly discussing a deal worth $10 million for the follow-up and $20 million for dollars for one third “Black Panther” movie.

Coogler talks about Chadwick Boseman

Chadwick Boseman with Ryan Coogler

Chadwick Boseman with Ryan Coogler

Chadwick Boseman turned down the chance to read the script for Black Panther 2 before his death, according to Coogler’s last memories of the actor.

During his final exchange with the late MCU actor, Coogler reportedly offered to ask “Boseman if he’d like to read the script before he gets any notes.” Chadwick declined the offer.

On that final call, Boseman was “very exhausted,” according to Coogler. He observed that he could “know something was up” after the actor made a joke about kicking his wife, “Simone,” out of the room because he ” didn’t want her to hear about the script” and that she didn’t want to leave him alone.

Boseman declined the director’s offer to read the Black Panther 2 storyline, saying “it’s better if he can read it later” and “he didn’t want to get in the way of any suggestions the studio might have.” Later, Coogler learned that Boseman was simply “too exhausted to read anything.”

The director said he was excited to pitch this sequel concept to Boseman. He claimed that they started developing the sequel almost immediately after Black Panther. He claimed to have taken a “deep dive” into a number of different stories and identified “a few characters he would engage with”.
Coogler said Chadwick was always thrilled to be back. He said he felt like he had a better grip on T’Challa as a character after shooting the first movie and that this sequel was going to be a “T’Challa vehicle”, where they dived the most. deep into this guy.

Since the sequel was approved years ago, a lot has changed, and the MCU fanbase is still mourning Boseman’s passing. Now, with the release of ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’, which will deal with the repercussions of King T’Challa’s death, emotions are sure to resurface.

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