Marvel's 'Black Panther' sequel will start shooting in July, report says

The spin-off of the movies crush “Black Panther” could start shooting in Atlanta, Georgia in July 2021, as indicated by a report from The Hollywood Reporter late Friday.

The film has been sidelined due to the abrupt and startling death of star Chadwick Boseman, who held the nominal job.

At first, Marvel had intended to start creation in March 2021.

Chief Ryan Coogler will re-visitation of steerage the element with Letitia Wright, Lupita Nyong’o, Winston Duke and Angela Bassett, who are totally expected to repeat their jobs.

The desire is that Wright, who played Boseman’s more youthful sister Shuri, will play a more conspicuous part in the component and conceivably accept the job of the Black Panther.

Disney, which claims Marvel, has just demonstrated that it won’t us CGI to incorporate the late Boseman in the film. Peruse the full report from The Hollywood Reporter.