As Black Panther: Wakanda Forever hit theaters, fans began posting their thoughts on the film. The film follows the tradition of the Marvel Cinematic Universe of having an end credits scene.
Fans who saw the film claimed that the film’s end-credits scene was on an emotional level beyond the stable. The audience claimed that the whole theater cried with them when Black Panther: Wakanda Forever ended.
How Black Panther: Wakanda Forever make people cry
*The content below is full of spoilers for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever*
Prior to the film’s launch, it was announced that the film would work as a tribute to the late actor Chadwick Boseman. The actor had played King T’Challa aka The Black Panther in the MCU before passing away from colon cancer in 2020.
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Chadwick Boseman was people’s beloved. Director Ryan Coogler created the perfect end-credits scene for the film that made fans remember the late actor and be moved by what they lost and yet…hope.
Before the credits start rolling, Letitia Wright’s Shuri is seen sitting on a beach. As the credits, Lupita Nyong’o who embodies Nakia in the MCU appears on the screen. Nakia was the late King T’Challa’s girlfriend and is seen holding a 5-6 year old child. It was revealed that before his death, King T’Challa and Nakia decided to hide the baby from the pressures of the Wakandan throne. The baby is introduced to his “Aunt Shuri” and reveals that his name is Prince T’Challa.
Fans took to Twitter for their inability to hold back their tears as the credits rolled again and everyone missed the late actor dearly.
The Mid Credit scene for #Black Panther was spoiled for me and I really didn’t like it one bit, but after sitting on it I think it could end up being pretty special if done right. Hope this solves the issues some fans have with the movie and makes everyone happy.
— NerdsRising (@CalebHerndon21) October 28, 2022
— Elizabeth Jordan (@elizabethj2021) November 11, 2022
the end credits scene for black panther made me cry
— lily (@peachylys) November 11, 2022
—Gio (@gio_rebel) November 11, 2022
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever was great. Namor and Riri Williams stole the show for me. All in all an awesome movie and prepare to get emotional all the time… That mid credit scene at the end 👀😱 #WakandaForever pic.twitter.com/HHR20xgmrA
—Redsoxguy | RRN (@RedsoxguyEth) November 11, 2022
The scene became one of the most memorable scenes in the entire MCU as it potentially sets up another team of fighters while giving the mighty respect and honor to the late actor Chadwick Boseman.
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With the introduction of Prince T’Challa into the MCU, the character could very well be part of the Young Avengers some time in the future. Not only does the film continue the legacy of Black Panther, but it also gives people hope and comfort that things are starting over again.
Chadwick Boseman’s death has deeply affected the MCU and fans. The actor had been secretly battling colon cancer since 2016 and no one on the sets of Black Panther (2018) knew this. The end credits scene gives people hope by telling them that even though it was time for him to go, the late actor is still with us in our memory.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever opened to an 85% critic score on Rotten Tomatoes and an audience score of 94%. The film marks the end of Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and was released on November 11, 2022 in theaters worldwide.
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