“I Could Destroy You” creator and star Michaela Coel has been solid in Marvel Studios’ upcoming “Black Panther: Wakanda Eternally.”
In line with Selection, Coel joined the manufacturing at Atlanta’s Pinewood Studios, the place director Ryan Coogler began manufacturing final month. The sequel will premiere in theaters on July 8, 2022.
Representatives for Marvel Studios and Coel didn’t instantly return requests for remark from The Put up.
Simply final week, London-born Coel, 33, was nominated for a 2021 Emmy Award for Finest Actress in a Restricted Collection or TV Film for her HBO collection, which a minimum of partly fictionalized her expertise as a sexual assault survivor. (She was surprisingly snubbed by this 12 months’s Golden Globes.) Her prior credit additionally embody the collection “Chewing Gum” and “Black Mirror,” in addition to the 2017 movie “Star Wars: The Final Jedi.”
Anticipation is excessive for the “Black Panther” sequel following the surprising dying of the unique’s star Chadwick Boseman, who died Aug. 28, 2020 of colon most cancers. Within the film, he performed King T’Challa, a task that will reportedly not be recast and in addition won’t seem in CGI type within the upcoming installment.
“There’s just one Chadwick and he’s not with us,” Victoria Alonso, a Marvel Studios govt producer, informed Argentinian newspaper Clarin final fall, in accordance with a translation by the Wrap. “Our king, sadly, has died in actual life, not simply in fiction, and we’re taking somewhat time to see how we return to historical past and what we do to honor this chapter of what has occurred to us that was so sudden, so painful, so horrible, actually.”