Black Panther left a more than positive memory with Marvel fans. Although Chadwick Boseman has passed away, it is highly likely that a 2nd installment will emerge in one of the next phases of the MCU. Who could replace our hero from Wakanda? Why not his virtual double?
We can’t say that Chadwick Boseman’s death left us indifferent. After all, the actor had camped a now mythical hero in the Marvel universe. This is of course Black Panther, whose film puts African culture in the spotlight. We will especially remember Dora Milaje, these amazons strongly inspired by those of Dahomey, but also all the other references from the four corners of the continent. If the fans are waiting for a second episode, it will first be necessary toaddress a major concern… How to replace the one who brought the character of Stan Lee to his peak? Regarding his successor, the proposals have been numerous, and we still wonder how Marvel will remove this thorn from its side.
Black Panther, the hero soon resurrected thanks to a digital liner?
Can another actor shine in place of Chadwick Boseman? The writers could also arrange for T’Challa to cede his costume to his sister, the brilliant Shuri, widely expected as la prochaine Black Panther. Another hitherto forgotten track, the presence of a digital double. After all, technology has improved a lot these days. Famous Kim Kardashian even got to have her late father in front of her for his birthday, thanks to a hologram. So why not do the same with T’Challa?
Interviewed by Clarin, Victoria Alonso, theproducer black panther executive stated bluntly:
“There is only one Chadwick, and he is no longer with us. Our king, unfortunately, died in real life, not just in fiction, and we take our time to see how we’re going to get back to the story and what we’re going to do to honor this moment, so unexpected, so painful, so distressing”.
The mass is said: the track of the digital doubling is to be swept with the back of the hand. This, even if the technology allows it. According to Victoria Alonso, it is more plausible that the production of the next film will focus on the death of T’Challa and thus honor the memory of Chadwick Boseman. It remains to be seen how this will play out on screen and who will take up the torch after his death. Patient … Wakanda Forever ! By the way, did you know? A first film about Black Panther has failed see the light of day in the 90s.