We’ve known for a while now that we were originally supposed to get our first look at Wakanda, the homeland of T’Challa, in Joss Whedon’s Avengers: Age of Ultron. That was confirmed from a bunch of concept art from the movie, however, we don’t know whether or not the scene was actually ever filmed. Some believe that it was cut in order to save our first look for Black Panther’s solo outing on February 16, 2018, but it looks like it’s going to happen sooner than expected.
On Saturday, the cast of Captain America: Civil War along with directors Joe and Anthony Russo appeared at Wizard World New Orleans. During their panel, someone asked them whether or not we’re going to see the African nation in the movie. Anthony remained tight-lipped about any details, but he reassured fans that the character has an “amazing arc” and that he has a “very important part in the story.” However, his brother, Joe, then said the following:
So, I guess it’s safe to say that we’re going to see Wakanda when Captain America: Civil War releases on May 6, 2016. What do you guys think? Are you excited? Sound-off your thoughts in the comment section.