In their new movie Gray man become Number one movie on NetflixBrothers interviewed Vanity Fair About some of their career milestones.Topic Infinity War Joe Russo recalled that he had never witnessed better pre-production work than the Foundation that Ryan Coogler built to shape the story of Wakanda.
“They were making Black leopard During shooting Infinity War.. And they were in the process of discovering with Ryan Coogler. Anthony and I visited Ryan early in the preparation, and it was the most impressive preparation we have ever seen for the film. He covered all the walls with the structure of Wakanda, the culture of Wakanda. It was very dense and detailed. We were completely impressed. I remember leaving the room and saying, “The movie will definitely be great.” And I remember Chadwick set aside Anthony and I to explain to us this myth they had developed. “
His brother Anthony explained how Boseman defended the continuity between the two films by offering Wakanda’s combat strategy and a master class of tradition. Infinity War Co-starring.
“We had a close relationship with Chadwick because we introduced this character with him. civil war He was basically all the ambassadors that took place after the film with Ryan Coogler. He left and worked with other actors such as Wakanda formations and Wakanda chants. “
Boseman’s memory is equally valued by his colleagues and fans.Talk about the focus of Black leopard The sequel to San Diego Comic-Con, his Black leopard Co-star Danai Gurira said “Of course, the most important thing was to honor our brothers, our leaders, and our king.” Earlier this year, another member of the cast, Danny Sapani, proudly The sequel revealed that it would “blow everyone away.”
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever It will be premiered on November 11, 2022.
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