The story accommodates spoilers for Black Panther: Wakanda Ceaselessly
Black Panther: Wakanda Ceaselessly has been launched in cinema halls worldwide on November 11. The opinions on social media are largely optimistic and followers are eagerly ready their flip to catch the newest Marvel Studios’ spectacle on the large screens. Like all Marvel movies, the Black Panther sequel too has a post-credit scene that has hinted the place the franchise is headed at. Whereas many could also be questioning what it holds for the way forward for the MCU or whether or not or not a 3rd Black panther film might be made. We now have obtained you lined.
What’s the Black Panther 2 post-credit scene?
After the movie ends, Shuri (Letitia Wright) continues to be crying on the seaside. Nakia (Lupita Nyong’o) comes to affix her. However she shouldn’t be alone. She’s obtained a younger boy together with her, named Toussaint (Divine Love Konadu-Solar). The viewers learns that he’s the son of T’Challa and Nakia. He calls himself Prince T’Challa. He’s the inheritor to the throne of Wakanda.
Nakia explains T’Challa needed Toussaint to develop up away from the pressures of the throne which is why he remained hidden. We additionally be taught Queen Ramonda (Angela Bassett) met him in some unspecified time in the future. Shuri is stunned however glad. Shuri chats with the little boy after which he shares yet another secret together with her. He says that Toussaint is simply his Haitian identify. His actual identify is T’Challa, named after his father, performed by Chadwick Boseman.
New T’Challa launched. What does it imply for Black Panther franchise?
There’s the likelihood that Prince T’Challa might be the brand new Black Panther within the coming future. Most of all, the post-credits scene additionally explains why Nakia didn’t attend T’Challa’s funeral. The introduction of Prince T’Challa can also be cathartic for Shuri and Chadwick Boseman’s followers, who’ve been lacking the star since his demise in 2020 because of colon most cancers.
Take a look at Black Panther: Wakanda Ceaselessly trailer right here and remember to test it out on the large screens.