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Black Panther is a currently in production with one of the greatest casts ever announced for a superhero film. Tonight we learned that one of those cast members is playing a key role that went unannounced, even in the press release that marked the beginning of production. Letitia Wright is playing Shuri, sister of T’Challa/Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman), and a character who eventually wears the mantle of Black Panther in Marvel Comics.
The news comes from Disney’s presentation at CinemaCon, the annual convention for movie exhibitors in Las Vegas, NV. Eric Vespe of Ain’t It Cool News snapped and tweeted the photo above that shows the cast with Shuri mentioned for the first time. This is big news for fans of Black Panther lore that could point to a future for the franchise beyond Boseman’s T’Challa.
While Feige oversaw the creative direction, Pascal was instrumental in key decisions, including the casting of Holland, the development of the script, and the hiring of director Jon Watts, whose previous feature was the 2015 Kevin Bacon thriller “Cop Car.” Pascal was also key in the development of Michael Keaton’s character, Vulture, a powerful nemesis […]
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