In Nigeria, Wakanda Forever: Black Panther film, will have its world premiere.
The distributor of Nigerian movies, FilmOne Entertainment, announced this, and the premiere will take place in Lagos.
The premiere will reportedly take place in collaboration with the Walt Disney Company, FilmOne Entertainment, and the Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF).
The Black Panther costume is rumoured to be worn by Shuri (Letitia Wright), and Wakanda will be in danger from some unexpected foes in the eagerly awaited sequel.
Several beloved characters from the first film will make appearances in the sequel, which is expected to be yet another box-office smash.
Due to Covid-19 and claims of minor stunt injuries on set, the production process has been plagued by delays for more than a year.
After months of rumours regarding the recasting of King T’Challa, played by Chadwick Boseman, who had passed away from cancer the year before, production began in August 2020.
Even though Marvel hasn’t yet made the new Black Panther official, the sequel’s most recent trailer, which debuted last month, made it clear that Wright will play the superhero.
On November 11, Wakanda Forever has its global premiere.