Wakanda is like the Godfather in my heart.” At least that’s what the producer says

The grand premiere of the film takes place in four weeks Black Panther: Wakanda in My Heart. Marvel is still promoting its latest production with new trailers and spots. Meanwhile, one of the producers of shares – Nate Moore also threw in his three cents in the movie advertisement. The American, without mincing words, compared the upcoming title with … Godfather.

Black Panther as … Godfather!

On November 11th, the last Marvel movie of the year will be released. Black Panther: Wakanda in My Heart will crown a very good 12 months in the execution of the MCU, and also end the fourth phase of the most popular superhero universe. The sequel to the 2018 production also contains a large emotional dose. Already in the recently published trailers we could see a whole lot of references to the deceased two years ago Chadwick Boseman.

Let us remind you that the actor played the title superhero four times. Unfortunately, due to the death of the Golden Globe winner, Marvel was forced to introduce significant changes to its universe. Therefore, in one of the film’s last trailers, we could see the “new” Black Panther for the first time. Interestingly, T’Challa’s successor will most likely be a woman.

Well, it cannot be denied film premiere Wakanda in my heart accompanied by great tumult. Four weeks before the official debut of akcyjniak, he spoke Nate Mooreone of its producers. The American is certainly satisfied with the work of the film crew, because compared the sequel to Black Panther to the … series The Godfather.

I’m going to sound crazy, but I’m saying it! This movie [Czarna Pantera: Wakanda w moim sercu] is a bit like a mafia story. It’s even like The Godfather!! It sounds like the words of a madman, but we can feel the atmosphere of the famous family wars in it. After all, this is a movie about Wakanda finding an equal nation in the form of Tlalocan, ruled by Namor.

Nate Moore on the vibe of a Black Panther sequel

Wakanda in my heart just around the corner – what do we expect?

Black Panther as ... Godfather!

Naturally, Moore’s words should be taken with a grain of salt. After all, he is the producer of the series, so one of his main tasks is to promote the films. Nevertheless, later in the interview, The American shared some interesting lines with us Wakanda in my heart. Most of all, in Moore’s opinion, a sequel Black Panther will present the title country as a place open to the outside world.

They are two closed nations [Wakanda i Tlalocan – przyp. red.]. Perhaps they are two of the most powerful nations in the world, so they wonder how they can co-exist. The film tells how Wakanda opens its borders to a certain extent. This is when Namor comes to them with a proposal that is basically no different from the proposals of the five mafia families. Wakanda must find a way to negotiate with this power.

Nate Moore on the plot of the “new” Black Panther

Remember it Black Panther: Wakanda in my heart premieres on the big screen on November 11. As in the case of “one”, he was given the mission to direct the film Ryan Cooler. The 36-year-old is also responsible for writing the script, but he assisted him in this task Joe Robert Colewho also worked on the first film in the series.

Among the actors in the upcoming akcyjniak we find a mixture of a whole lot of familiar faces with a few new names. In four weeks we will see on the big screen: Letitie Wright, Lupite Nyong’o, Danai Gurire, Winston Duke, Dominique Thorne, Florence Kasumbe, Michaele Coel, Tenocha Huerte, Martina Freeman or Angele Bassett. Interestingly, the film will also appear Kamaru Usmanformer UFC welterweight champion.

After the death of King T’Challa, Queen Ramonda (Angela Bassett), Shuri (Letitia Wright), M’Baku (Winston Duke), Okoye (Danai Gurira) and the Dora Milaje (Florence Kasumba) defend their people against the world’s meddling powers. Opening a new chapter in their history, the people of Wakanda join forces with War Dog Nakia (Lupita Nyong’o) and Everett Ross (Martin Freeman) to chart a new direction for their kingdom. Ryan Coogler’s “Black Panther: Wakanda in My Heart” and produced by Kevin Feige and Nate Moore hits theaters on November 11th!

Official description of the film

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