According to the Marvel producer, TChalla will never be recast

According to the Marvel producer, TChalla will never be recast ...

The sequel to ABlack Panther is expected to take place in theaters about a year from today, but Black Panther isnt in it. At least not the Black Panther who played TChalla in those four films, Chadwick Boseman died after a long-running battle with cancer.

In tribute to Boseman''s performance and his potential as an actor, Marvel stated that they would not cast another actor as TChalla inBlack Panther: Wakanda Forever. However, that does not hinder them from finding a new TChalla two or five years down the line when Boseman''s tragic death isn''t quite as fresh in people''s minds.

According to Marvels Nate Moore, the chances of that happening are substantially zero. In a recent interview with The Ringer, he replied to a question about whether audience might see TChalla back in the Marvel Cinematic Universe down by saying, "Im not hedging my bets, Im being quite honest."

When Chad passed, I will say that it was a good conversation we had with Coogler about what we do. Because I believe that much of TChalla on the screen, rather than in comics, is tied to DC performance, and that he brought him to that role, both on and off the screen.

Moore said that as difficult as it is narratively to determine what to do, they never considered recasting TChalla in the sequel. If Black Panther: Wakanda Forever opens in theaters on November 11, 2022, then you may see Moore''s answer here.

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