Marvel’s producer confirms that there are “ideas” for a third movie

While Black Panther: Wakanda forever no release yet, Marvel Studios could tease a bright future for Black Panther franchise.

The upcoming MCU sequel is set to introduce a horde of new characters such as Riri Williams from Dominique Thorne aka Ironheart and Namor Tenocha Huerty. While the former has been confirmed to have its own Disney + franchise, discussions about the Namor spin-off are still questionable, especially after Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige’s blunt response to a question about it.

Meanwhile, it is still unknown what will happen with Wakanda after the long-awaited sequel. However, considering the movie is set to introduce a new female Black Panther, it feels like it’s ready to go back for potential Black Panther 3.

Now one of the producers from Marvel Studios has touched the future of the brand in a new interview.

Will Marvel Studios release Black Panther 3?

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In an interview with Collider, the producer of Marvel Studios Nate Moore spoke about the possibility of seeing Black Panther 3.

When asked if the studio would produce another entry for the Wakandan franchise, Moore indicated they must see “How the recipients perceive” Black Panther: Wakanda forever first before making a decision.

Marvel’s producer also shared that they are “ideas that floated” on the history of the next chapter of the franchise:

“That’s a great question. Honestly, it’s not me trying not to answer the question. We really want to see viewers embrace the movie, and I think Ryan is genuinely interested to see the movie play before we make a decision. There are certainly ideas that we have spread around what a third movie could be if we managed to make it. But until the movie comes out, we’re a bit superstitious about it. We don’t want to count our chickens because you never know what will happen. “

In an interview with Gizmodo, Moore revealed that he loves Black Panther director Ryan Coogler will be returning for a third film, confirming that Marvel Studios has already started discussing it.

The producer repeated that they were “ideas thrown” for possible Black Panther 3:

– That’s the million dollar question. Look, you never want to count your chickens before they hatch, and the movie has yet to be released. Now it’s like this, let’s see how people react to this movie. But there is hope that the audience is demanding that we do another one, and ideas will surely emerge. So we will see.

Coogler joined the conversation, admitting that he still hadn’t thought of going back to a potential third film.

“To be honest, I didn’t think about it. When it comes to writing and directing, I’m not the biggest multitasker in the world. I have to do what’s in front of me and be single. When it comes to production, I’m more geared towards doing a lot of things. And to plan things out, I have a great manufacturing company and fantastic associates who can help with running things. But when it comes to writing, and in this case co-writing and directing, I have to finish what’s in front of me and then think about everything that happens next. “

The Black Panther the director’s comment is not surprising since he was assigned to act as producer in Iron heart The Disney + series that will bring back Wakanda forever Dominque Thorne as the titular hero and also portrays Anthony Ramos as the MCU villain.

Why does Black Panther 3 have to debut in Phase 7 and beyond?

A comment by Marvel Studios producer Nate Moore on Black Panther 3 are promising, but seems to imply that the studio is in no rush before moving on to the next round of three discussions. If anything, that’s a good sign as nothing good ever comes out of a rush project.

If Black Panther 3 indeed it will, the main point of discussion will be its possible release date. At this stage, the MCU has a 5th and 6th phase lineup, and clearly there could be room to include Wakanda’s three.

However, some would say that Black Panther 3 maybe a better fit for Phase 7 and beyond, mainly because the next MCU movie saga needs a familiar anchor moving forward.

If it does Wakanda forever already has mutant connections in Namor, the three appears to should include a story about how the African nation is adapting to the new mutant horde considering that the next MCU saga is expected to focus primarily on the X-Men.

The fact that they exist, anyway “ideas” which are circling means Black Panther and Wakanda will stay here, especially considering the influence of the African nation over the larger MCU.

Black Panther: Wakanda forever premieres in theaters on Friday, November 11.


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