Chadwick Boseman may not be here with us today, but his films are etched in our minds forever. Fans are gearing up for the Black Panther sequel, and in the midst of that wait, Marvel recently announced the sequel’s title. The film is titled “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,” adding the popular slogan to the film’s title. Well, all eyes are on Michael B. Jordan after this announcement.
Michael played N’Jadaka / Erik “Killmonger” Stevens in the first film. Chadwick’s death moved him deeply and his reaction to this title is priceless. Keep scrolling to find out what he thinks of the sequel title?
While speaking to the “ Just For Variety ” podcast, the host informed Michael B. Jordan of the sequel’s title, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. The title was announced a few minutes before their intervention. “Nice. Awesome,” Jordan said.
Michael B. Jordan continued, “I like it. … Marvel does a great and amazing job, and the characters are great. We have all been touched by the loss of Chadwick so for them who are trying to figure out how to move forward I know it is not an easy thing to do. So the fact that they picked a title and figured out this story, I think, is really amazing. If anyone can figure it out, it’s Ryan Coogler and Kevin Feige.
Jordan also hadn’t seen Monday’s Marvel trailer which features footage of him and Boseman together as Stan Lee is heard speaking in a voiceover, “That man next to you is your brother. . ” “Wow,” Michael said, choking. “Stan Lee says that?” I have to check.
Our hearts broke when Michael B. Jordan said of his late friend and Black Panther co-star Chadwick Boseman, “I wish I had more time.” Well, we’re sure all of his fans have the same feeling too. So what do you think of his reaction to the Black Panther sequel title?
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