Daniel Kaluuya: ‘Of Course, I’ve Seen It!..’

Washington [US]: Hollywood actor Daniel Kaluuya confirmed that he might not be returning for the sequel of Marvel’s Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’, but it seems the actor is quite excited for the approaching sequel as a fan.

The ‘Get Out’ actor was lately noticed on the surest of his film Honk for Jesus. Save your soul’ wherein he serves as a manufacturer and offered his reaction to the modern trailer of ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’. According to Variety, Daniel said, “Of course, I’ve seen it! It’s amazing.”

The ‘Widows’ actor was asked to be part of the second installment of the film, but had already committed to star in Jordan Peele’s upcoming horror film ‘Nope’, and because of the date issues, Kaluuya couldn’t be part of Marvel’s upcoming film.

“I’m excited for it. I’m excited to watch it,” Daniel said.

Talking about his future collaboration with Marvel studios, the actor said, “You know I can’t tell you! you’re supposed to start with that !”

Directed by way of Ryan Coogler, ‘Wakanda Forever’ wrapped up shooting in March and is slated to launch on November 11, 2022.

Following the demise of ‘Black Panther’s’ lead actor Chadwick Boseman in 2020 because of cancer, Marvel Studios announced that they will no longer be casting any new face for the function of T’Challa. The sequel will instead explore different characters from the sector of “Black Panther,” at the same time as additionally honoring the legacy Boseman left behind, as per variety.

The ‘Get Out’ actor portrayed the function of W’Kabi, the high-quality pal of the chief T’Challa in the previous part.

Actors Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira, Martin Freeman, Letitia Wright, Winston Duke and Angela Bassett might be returning inside the new installment of the franchise.

‘Black Panther’ is an American sci-fi movie produced by Kevin Feige. The first part of the franchise was released in 2018 and collected a number of appreciation from the netizens.

The film acquired an ‘Academy Award for Best Original Score’.

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