Chadwick Boseman Uncertain About ‘Avengers 4’ & ‘Black Panther 2’

Chadwick Boseman Black Panther Avengers 4 Marvel MCUChadwick Boseman is uncertain of his involvement in Avengers 4 and Black Panther 2

Then Avengers: Infinity War happened and, if you hadn’t known this already, T’Challa was one of those who fell victims to Thanos’ finger snap, thus wiping him from existence. But, as you no doubt do know, rarely do people stay dead in comic books. And for many of those killed in Infinity War, particularly those whom we know have sequels in the pipeline, such as Spider-Man, those deaths may be rendered moot by the time that the still-untitled Avengers 4 is released.

As you’d expect, Boseman was asked about Avengers 4 at the MTV Awards ceremony, though he played coy for much of the interview, neither confirming nor denying whether he’d read a script for Avengers 4 or if he could even be in such a film, given that T’Challa was snapped out of existence.

But he did at least address hypothetical situations, among them being would Ryan Coogler absolutely need to be the one in the director’s chair for a Black Panther sequel. After all, Coogler’s filming schedule isn’t getting any lighter, though given the success of Black Panther, there’s no doubt Marvel Studios would want to lock Coogler down for a follow-up film. And Boseman is hopeful that Coogler would want to return, were there ever to be a Black Panther sequel:

“I would hope he would do it. If it was gonna happen, I would hope he would do it.”

You can watch Boseman’s response to the question in the video below at the 1:53 mark-

So even though it’s a given at this point that T’Challa will be back not just for Avengers 4, but a potential Black Panther sequel as well, Boseman is remaining tight-lipped on how he will return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. We’ll have to find out when Avengers 4 arrives in theaters next May. How would you hope to see T’Challa return? And do you want Ryan Coogler back for a possible Black Panther 2, or would you want another person in the director’s chair? Let us know in the comments below.

Directed by Ryan Coogler, Black Panther stars Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira, Martin Freeman, Daniel Kaluuya, Angela Bassett, Letitia Wright, Winston Duke,  Florence Kasumba, Sterling K. Brown, Andy Serkis and John Kani.

Black Panther is currently available on Digital HD, 4K, Blu-Ray, and DVD.

Source: YouTube

The 5 Best (And 5 Worst) Characters In ‘Avengers: Infinity War’

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Avengers Infinity War MarvelAfter ten years worth of stories,  Avengers: Infinity War is finally here. The 19th entry in the sprawling Marvel saga, things couldn’t be any more different here than they were in the universe’s birthplace: Iron Man. While that movie established a world that superheroes like Captain America and Thor would later join, Iron Man himself was the only superhero in that first movie. Even Colonel Rhodes, originally played by Terrence Howard instead of Don Cheadle, didn’t don his War Machine armor until the next movie, after the Hulk and Abomination had been added to the mix.

While the action and visuals are enjoyable, what truly makes Avengers: Infinity War such an impressive movie are all the characters. Over the last ten years, Kevin Feige and his team over at Marvel Studios have slowly and methodically built out this universe to include a wide roster of heroes and villains. Now, after all the characters have been properly introduced, the world’s mightiest heroes must come together to fight a foe who’s been waiting for them since the end of The Avengers. Unfortunately, not all heroes are created equal and some of these characters came across as disappointing or boring in Infinity War. The movie may have shattered box office records, but that doens’t mean all of the characters come across well at the end of it all.

Hit Next to discover the 5 best (and 5 worst) characters in Avengers: Infinity War! 

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