Black Panther 2: Daniel Kaluuya Confirms He Won’t Be In Wakanda Forever

Contrary to the expectation of fans, new reports now reveal that the upcoming Marvel movie Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will not see the return of Daniel Kaluuya who played the role of W’Kabi in the first movie. The latest report comes from Kaluuya’s recent interview with Rotten Tomatoes Awards editor, Jacqueline Coley ahead of the release of his next movie, Nope.

Upon completion of the interview, Jacqueline took to her Twitter page to reveal the breaking news. In her tweet, she said that Kaluuya cited "scheduling conflicts with Nope" as the reason why he was unable to reprise his role as the head of security for Wakanda’s Border Tribe. W’Kabi’s key role in the Wakanda army also made him the confidant of the titular superhero, played by the late Chadwick Boseman. While Kaluuya will not reprise that role, it remains to be seen if Marvel tapped another actor to replace him or if the character was completely axed from the story.

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