With Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, which served as the end to MCU’s Phase Four, the first of the famous Multiverse Saga, we returned to the nation of Wakanda 4 years later. Bringing back old favorites from the first movie, like Shuri, and introducing well-known comic book characters, such as Namor the Submariner
The most recent installment of the MCU saga pays tribute to Chadwick Boseman‘s legacy, allowing director Ryan Coogler, the members of the cast and crew, and viewers worldwide to properly say goodbye to the brilliant artist who changed so many people’s lives. Although the movie is meant to be a tribute to the past, Marvel is more than adept at looking ahead, and the movie also introduced a new hero who succeeds T’Challa as the Black Panther.
Wakanda Forever Digital Release Date
Let’s start by saying that it’s doubtful that Wakanda Forever will appear on Disney Plus this month. Marvel Studios often offers a good amount of notice before the MCU films launch so that it feels like a big event once they do, in addition to Disney Plus regularly announcing all of the key titles hitting the streaming platform at the beginning of the month.
It’s uncertain that Black Panther 2 will be released on Disney Plus before the year is through with only two weeks left in December (and the rest of the year). Even if it’s possible that Marvel will surprise fans by releasing the film during the holidays, which would undoubtedly increase the number of individuals and families coming into Disney Plus to see it, it’s nevertheless more possible that they will disclose the streaming date well in advance.
Considering that (along with the fact that Marvel Studios films normally have a minimum 45-70 day theatrical period before they could be made available for online streaming), the earliest that Black Panther: Wakanda Forever might appear on Disney Plus would be January 2023. It is currently much more likely that the digital release will take place in the first few months of the following year, even though the very last handful of days of the current month is still a remote possibility.
That’s only a guess, as usual, so it would be better to hold off until Marvel Studios makes a formal declaration before expecting \ Wakanda Forever on the streaming platform. The monthly cost of Disney+ is £7.99/$10.99, and the annual fee is £79.90/$109.99 for the option without ads. Additionally, a less expensive, ad-free version is offered in the US for $7.99 a month.
Black Panther Wakanda Forever Trailer
In the first trailer for Wakanda Forever, which debuted early this year at San Diego Comic-Con convention, Queen Ramonda, Shuri, and Nakia are seen mourning the deaths of their respective son, brother, and partner in Wakanda. The teaser also gives viewers a brief look at Namor and the Talocans, who are about to start a war with Wakanda over control of the world.
The second teaser offers a much more in-depth look at some of the brand-new characters, such as Namor, as well as the first decent look at Riri Williams, aka Iron Heart. The trailer also includes additional footage of T’Challa’s funeral, several spectacular battles between the Talocans and Wakandans, and the first proper look at the upcoming Black Panther.
Who is Namor?
The Marvel anti-hero, named Namor McKenzie had his first comic book appearance in Marvel Comics #1 (October 1939), making him one of the company’s very first creations. Namor, one of the most deadly characters in the Marvel universe, is the child of an Atlantean princess and a human sea captain. He has the usual superhuman abilities, such as speed, strength, endurance, and extended life.
Namor also has tiny, white wings on his ankles that allow him to fly as a mutant. Although neither Atlantean nor human scientists have indeed been able to explain the reason he was born with wings, considering that neither species has them, it is likely due to his genetic mutation.
Namor, who was once presented as an antagonist, is now more commonly thought of as an anti-hero. He has been on many superhero lineups, including the Avengers, and frequently teams up with other superheroes to defend his home city of Atlantis from invaders. He has, however, also partnered with well-known supervillains like Doctor Doom. When it comes to defending Atlantis and his people from land threats, Namor is happy to work with Marvel’s bad guys.