Wakanda forever mourns the late Chadwick Boseman

as such 2018 sequel Black Panther Inches close, fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe continue to keep the late Chadwick Boseman on their minds.

Feelings of loss and sadness flared up again after the first trailer for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever issued.

at recent days , Wakanda forever The cast has finally opened up about their grieving process while filming Part Two.

Danai Gurira, Lupita Nyong’o, Letitia Wright and Florence Kasumba are among the stars who are back in the sequel, and say the retreat from the set was as emotional as one might think.

Nyong’o said to The New York Times.

“It was a unique experience to return to this world without our leader. I found myself having to radically accept that this would be different.”

Wright, who plays Shuri, T’Challa’s sister, agrees with Nyong’o.

“I remember communicating a lot with Danai. When we arrived in Atlanta [where filming took place]We went for a walk in the park and sat with each other and processed what it means to start over and what it takes,” she explained.

While Gurira received extensive physical training to reprise her role as Okoye, the general of the female warrior group Dora Milaje, the actress admitted there were emotional challenges as well.

“I remember sitting with [director Ryan Coogler]and helped me process what felt different this time: It was sadness,” Gurira explained.

“So grief interfered with our process. There were things I couldn’t prepare for, like stepping into the throne room and remembering the last time I was there and really got hit by it.”

Bosman, who starred in Black Panther and T’Challa, died in August 2020 after a particularly long battle with colon cancer.

After his death, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige announced that the role of Boseman would not be recast.

However, the powerful women of Wakanda seem more willing to step in and carry on his legacy.

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