Director Ryan Coogler made the announcement Saturday (Aug. 24) at D23 in Anaheim, California. Kevin Feige, Marvel’s president, said Coogler provided a treatment with a new villain and title but nothing is set in stone.
BLACK PANTHER 2 CONFIRMED pic.twitter.com/AEFWrItOho
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The May 2022 sequel of Black Panther is the farthest release date for any of the Marvel franchises. Thor: Love and Thunder is set for a Nov. 5, 2021 release date, while an as-yet-untitled Marvel film will make its way to theaters July 29, 2022.
Black Panther premiered in the U.S. in February 2018 and instantly became a massive success earning $700 million in the box office, and $1.3 billion globally. The earnings made the film Marvel’s second-highest-grossing film of all time domestically. Avengers: Endgame, however, holds the title.
The film was not only an economic cultural success with its leading black cast, which included Boseman in the principle role starring alongside Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o, Angela Bassett, Danai Gurira, Forrest Whitaker and Letitia Wright who played loveable and brilliant Princess Shuri.
May 2022 can’t get here fast enough, but until then we’ll just rewatch Black Panther every day until then.