In the Black Panther 2 trailer, a Marvel fan spots a hidden TChalla helmet

In the Black Panther 2 trailer, a Marvel fan spots a hidden TChalla helmet ...

The Black Panther: Wakanda Forever cast took the stage to premiere the first trailer for the event, which had been previously released since Chadwick Boseman's tragic death in 2020.

Kendrick Lamar's "Alright" was particularly appropriate, reaffirming to the cast, crew, and supporters that "We're okay."

Many questioned how Marvel might proceed with the Black Panther franchise without him, or if it would continue at all after his death. However, as time went on, it was confirmed that Marvel and director Ryan Coogler would continue the story they began in 2018.

Namor, the first major underwater component in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, will be introduced in the sequel to Captain America: Civil War, starringTenoch Huerta. It will also directly build on Wakanda's development, since it was introduced in 2016.

T'Challa's destiny has now been confirmed six years after his introduction to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and another hidden detail from the first trailer has been revealed.

Black Panther 2 has Spotted T'Challa's Helmet.

During the premiere trailer for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, most viewers were distracted by a new Marvel Studios logo, but a critical moment may have been missed.

T'Challa's mother Romanda (Angela Bassett) is walking alongside Shuri (Letitia Wright), who is wearing the iconic Black Panther helmet, as first reported by Twitteruser ShadyK54.

This is an additional proof that T'Challa has died since the events of Avengers: Endgame, indicating that this scene is a funeral or memorial for the deceased hero.

Here's a closer inspection of the detailed Wakandan helmet, which appears to be the same as the updated mask seen in previous films.

T'Challa's Life Will Be Celebrated

After Chadwick Boseman's death, Ryan Coogler and the creative team at Marvel Studios have decided not to remake T'Challa. Instead, Wakanda Forever will be partly about T'Challa's death, honoring his life, and putting the Black Panther mantle on its shoulders.

T'Challa's death after Avengers: Endgame remains unresolved, but it's no secret this is the direction the film is taking.

The first trailer tackled the topic head on, showing Boseman as T'Challa, up-close footage of Shuri spilling tears, and Ramonda saying, "I am the queen of the most powerful nation in the world, and my entire family is gone."

This is expected to be a huge part of the plot, which will require other characters to step up, such as Letitia Wright'sShuri, Lupita Nyong'o's Nakia, or Winston Duke's M'Baku.

When Marvel fans line theaters starting November 11 for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, there may not be many dry eyes.

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