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Wakanda Forever’ handles Chadwick Boseman’s death

Wakanda Forever’ handles Chadwick Boseman’s death

T’Challa dies in the first scene from an “undisclosed illness”.

Black Panther T'Challa

T’Challa dies off-screen.

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“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” Begins with a chaotic scene where Shuri (Letitia Wright) tries to recreate the heart-shaped herb seen in the first movie to save her brother T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman).

Shuri comes up with a quick solution and tries to run to her brother, however, their mother Ramonda (Angela Bassett) arrives and tells the princess that T’Challa is gone.

This scene is incredibly impactful because the character didn’t die in a fight or supernaturally like Boseman did in real life. It was a very sudden, human death.

When Boseman was diagnosed with colon cancer in 2016, four years before his deathHe kept his illness a secret and continued to act in numerous films.

Boseman’s death, on August 28, 2020, was a surprise to many, just like T’Challa’s death in the movies.

After his death, the film shows T’Challa’s funeral.

A mural of T'Challa in the first teaser trailer "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever."

A mural of T’Challa in the first teaser trailer for “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.”

Marvel Studios


“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” Begins with a chaotic scene where Shuri (Letitia Wright) tries to recreate the heart-shaped herb seen in the first movie to save her brother T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman).

Shuri quickly comes up with a solution and tries to run to her brother, however, their mother Ramonda (Angela Bassett) arrives and tells the princess that T’Challa is gone.

This scene is incredibly impactful because the character didn’t die in a fight or supernaturally like Boseman did in real life. It was a very sudden, human death.

When Boseman was diagnosed with colon cancer in 2016, four years before his deathHe kept his illness a secret and continued to act in numerous films.

Boseman’s death, on August 28, 2020, was a surprise to many, just like T’Challa’s death in the movies.

The film uses the Chadwick Boseman Marvel logo sequence that was created after his death.

Chadwick Boseman's Marvel Studios sequel

The sequence includes images of Chadwick Boseman’s T’Challa and behind-the-scenes footage.

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Each Marvel Cinematic Universe movie is preceded by one Credit sequence that shows clips of all the main characters from the franchise.

In November 2020, months after Chadwick Boseman’s death, a special sequence dedicated to the “Black Panther” actor and his role in the MCU was created.

This sequence was first used for the original “Black Panther”. on Disney+.

As Shuri wants to move on, Ramonda tries to make her a show.

Ramonda and Shuri Inn "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever"

Some details in “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” can only be noticed in the second watch.

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Early in the movie, Ramonda tries to help Shuri move on.

First, she tries to make him meditate and claims that she could see her son when she did it. Shuri dismisses it as fantasy since he is a man of science.

Ramonda then tries to perform a Wakandan ceremony on Shuri to end the mourning period. Achar is where people burn their funeral clothes so they can move on. Shuri refuses as she is still clouded by her anger and grief.

Ramonda appears to keep him calm but is privately grieving.

Queen Ramonda in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Ramonda speaks at the United Nations.

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Bassett portrays Ramonda as a curmudgeonly queen for most of the film, confident even after she threatens the entire United Nations.

However, there is a scene where Ramonda lets Shuri stand guard in public after he is captured by the Talocan kingdom.

Ramonda knocks Okoye out of his normal position and when he tries to protest, she gives a powerful speech, part of which was included in the first “Wakanda Forever” trailer.

“I’m the queen of the most powerful nation in the world, and my whole family is gone. Haven’t I given everything?” Ramonda said.

Meanwhile, Nakia appears to have fled to Haiti and is grieving T’Challa by herself.

T'Challa and Nakia in "black path"

T’Challa and Nakia in “Black Panther.”

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Meanwhile, T’Challa’s lover, Nakia, seems to have escaped Wakanda and has now found a new life in Haiti.

Nakia, who survived the Blip at the end of “Infinity War,” mourned T’Challa for five years, mourning him again when he died at the beginning of “Wakanda Forever.”

Although there is a plausible explanation for Nakia fleeing Wakanda and not returning Mid credit sceneAvoiding her return home illustrates an alternative method of grieving.

Shuri reveals that T’Challa hid his illness for a while, which seems to mirror Boseman’s story.

Chadwick Boseman

Chadwick Boseman and his wife Simone Ledward Boseman.

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During a heart to heart with her opponent Namor, Shuri reveals that her brother suffered in silence and didn’t tell anyone about his illness for a long time. This is similar to Boseman’s true story as he kept his colon cancer diagnosis a secret from close friends and family.

As the final battle approaches, Shuri finally recreates the heart-shaped herb and transforms into Black Panther.

Shuri as Black Panther "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever."

Shuri as Black Panther in “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.”

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Using a gift from Namor, Shuri is able to recreate the heart-shaped herb and become the new Black Panther. Although it is necessary for the plot to take up his mantle, it feels symbolic that Wright, who was close to Boseman and even looked upon him as a brotherThe next person to take the mantle.

The final scene of the film pays tribute to Boseman as Shuri finally comes to terms with T’Challa’s death.

Black Panther Wakanda Forever

Shuri in Talokon State.

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In the final scene, Shuri finally decides to complete Ramonda’s ritual to move on from T’Challa’s death. He goes to Haiti so that Nakia can help him and then proceeds to burn his funeral pyre. As the film focuses on her face as she cries, the screen shows a montage of T’Challa and scenes of T’Challa and Shuri.

It seems to be the ultimate touching farewell for Boseman.

T’Challa’s legacy continues through his son.

T'Challa and Nakia return home "black leopard"

Nakia and T’Challa had a son, Twissant/T’Challa, together before dying a second time.

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In the mid-credits scene, it is revealed that T’Challa and Nakia had a son and that Nakia has been secretly raising him in Haiti. In the scene, Nakia reveals their son, also named T’Challa, to Shuri.

Not only does this allow T’Challa’s comic book stories to still be told on screen through his son, but the MCU honors Boseman by not directly retconning the character.

Also, Boseman’s legacy may live on through a new young black actor. Since Boseman was and still is such an inspiring black figure in Hollywood, it seems fitting that the baton is passed to a new young actor.




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