Black Panther 2: Is it worth watching?: 4.2 Stars.

With the death of Chadwick Boseman, can Ryan Cooglar strike again with the follow-up of an excellent movie? The answer for me is yes, this movie lives up to it’s name.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has good acting, an engaging storyline and an exciting soundtrack. Coming out in early November of 2022, this movie had fan anticipation for years.

Actors such as Letitia Wright (Shuri), Danai Gurira (Okoye), and Dominique Thorne (Riri) had the responsibility to fill the gap that the unfortunate death of Chadwick Boseman had behind in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), but somehow they pulled it off.

Wright (Shuri) is a tremendously strong actor. In this movie she is given the main role and changes her sassy and confidant attitude to a more somber and serious one; she is by far one of the most unfortunate characters in the MCU.

Winston Duke (M’Baku) also plays a big role in this movie, taking up the comedy role. He is one of the more beloved characters and actors in the community and is doing the best he can, as always to make the cinema have a laugh or two in this emotional movie.

Martin Freeman’s (Everett Ross) acting is another big hit for this movie. He has moments just like in the first Black Panther, with his awkward and hilarious dialogues.

This tribute to Chadwick Boseman is a blast for any serious Marvel fan who watches it. It includes new characters to the MCU that have been expected for a while.

The movie begins with the death of King T’Challa and nobody can replace Boseman in this role. This movie introduces two big characters that were in the original marvel comics. Dominique Thorne (Riri), better known as Ironheart in the comics, is obviously the biggest reveal in this movie. This character can fill in the role as the new Ironman and is an exciting add to the MCU. Introduced originally in MIT, Boston Dominique Thorne had an exciting first few scenes where she first puts her IronHeart suit on. Letitia Wright (Shuri) and Danai Gurira (Okoye) do some car and motorcycle stunts. This scene iss one of the best in this movie because of the midnight car chase feeling and the music that gives an artistic background.

This movie tribute to Chadwick Boseman is an emotional roller coaster and in the end, before credits roll, there is a song made specially for him. “Lift me up” by Rihanna is played clearly through the speakers as there is a hush and moment of respect for the actor. And we will remember Chadwick Boseman as a great actor and always, in our hearts, as Black Panther.

What a three hour experience this movie is, getting my 4.2 stars.