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Everything we know about the sequel to 'Black Panther'

Posted On: Oct 16, 2018   |   Posted By: Business Insider

Everything we know about the sequel to 'Black Panther'

He may have been decimated by Thanos at the end of "Avengers: Infinity War," but King T'Challa will live to see another day.
"Black Panther" shattered box office records following its February 2018 release, grossing $1.3 billion worldwide and $700 million domestically. For Marvel Studios, that's enough to warrant a sequel.
The film follows the life of the titular character Black Panther, also known as King T'Challa, as he grapples with the responsibility of leading his technology-advanced African nation Wakanda following the sudden death of his father T'Chaka. An enigma to the outside world, Wakana boasts the world's most powerful element, vibranium. Despite his attempts to shield his country from participating in foreign affairs, T'Challa's estranged cousin, and the film's villain Erik Killmonger has other intentions.
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige already confirmed a follow-up to the film back in March, but now further details are emerging, building anticipation for its release. We rounded up...

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