Zoë Kravitz joins the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Storm in the new Black Panther 3 fan art. It’s been almost a year since the MCU tackled one of its most emotional chapters of all time, as Black Panther: Wakanda Forever addressed the loss of T’Challa following the tragic passing of Chadwick Boseman. While one chapter was closed, a new one began when Shuri became the new Black Panther, setting her on a heroic path for years to come in the MCU timeline.
With the release of Black Panther: Wakanda Foreverhe Black Panther The franchise is getting closer to concluding its trilogy, as the world waits for news to Black Panther 3 and what the sequel will be about. As the MCU audience speculates about the direction of Black Panther 3, Marvels.Wolverine shared fan art for the third sequel, calling it Black Panther: Wakanda’s Legacywhile portraying Kravitz as iconic X-Men heroine Storm.
Kravitz is no stranger to the superhero genre, as she currently plays Selina Kyle, aka Catwoman on Matt Reeves. the batman universe. While she is suggested as Strom, Kravitz has actually already played a Marvel mutant, as he played Angel Salvadore in X Men First generation back in 2011.
What’s happening with Black Panther 3?
With all the ways that Black Panther: Wakanda Forever establishes Black Panther 3, the question of what will actually happen with the next film is inevitable. While Black Panther 3 It has been discussed as a possibility, Marvel Studios has not formally greenlit a sequel for various reasons, despite Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Box office success and strong critical response.
In a January 2023 interview, Letitia Wright, who plays Shuri, revealed that while she “I think it’s already in the works.” he Black Panther cast and crew “We need a little break, we need to regroup, and Ryan [Coogler] “He needs to get back to the lab, so it’s going to take a while.” Given the tragic passing of Boseman, the actors and creative members of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever They have shared how challenging it was to make the sequel since they were still grieving. It’s also encouraging to hear that it looks like Coogler might take his time coming up with a solid story fit for a potential Black Panther 3.
At this point, it would not be surprising if Black Panther 3 doesn’t happen until The Multiverse Saga ends, putting it somewhere in Phase 7 or even beyond. Given the enormous impact of the Black Panther franchise, a long wait is a good thing, as it gives the team time to prepare the perfect ending to the trilogy. But for now, the MCU audience will have to wait and see what happens with Black Panther 3 in the future.