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Ryan Coogler Focused Wakanda Forever On Shuri Based On A Chadwick Boseman Comment

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Chadwick Boseman’s loss was particularly painful for those who knew him best. Ryan Coogler went through countless hurdles during the production of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, one of which was who the film should be about. With Marvel refusing to recast the role (via /Film), it was a feeling from Boseman himself that helped inform the director as to who the sequel’s star would be.

On Korean talk show V Live Movie Talk, Chadwick Boseman, Lupita Nyong’o and Michael B. Jordan were asked if their “Black Panther” characters were the best in the movie, and Boseman couldn’t help but break out into a smile when he gushed: “I love my little sister man. I’ve loved my little sister since I met her.” Upon coming across the interview after Boseman’s death, Coogler realized it would only be right for Letitia Wright’s Shuri to take the mantle in honor of the actors’ relationship (via The Hollywood reporter).

“I looked at that and remembered the conversations Chadwick and I had about Letitia when we were doing chemistry readings with actresses,” Coogler said. “He really responded to her. And I realized that maybe we could build a movie around her character, since that was his favorite character.” As obvious as the direction might seem, the reality of taking on the role presented significant challenges for Wright and the team.



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