It’s pretty safe to say that Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is one of the Marvel titles that veers away the most from the studio’s standard way of storytelling. We all know there is a reason for that: Chadwick Boseman’s death forced the studio to reshape the story and forget the Marvel Cinematic Universe for a minute. However, in an interview to The New York Times, the movie’s director and screenwriter Ryan Coogler revealed that the original version of the script already featured the elements that would make it wildly different from the rest of the Marvel movies.
In the interview, Coogler broke down how the first, Chadwick Boseman-led Black Panther 2 already included Toussaint (Divine Love Konadu-Sun) – T’Challa and Nakia’s (Lupita Nyong’o) son – in the story. However, the kid’s reveal originally came in the very beginning of the movie. In Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Toussaint is only shown in the end-credits scene of the sequel. The idea, according to Coogler, was to show how T’Challa (Boseman) had missed the five first years of his son’s life because he was Blipped into dust by Thanos (Josh Brolin).
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