Ghanaian actress debut

black PantherIt hit theaters in 2018 and became a cultural phenomenon. This was the first time a black superhero has been featured in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Chadwick Boseman Then assumed the role of the king.T’ChallaThe Black Panther, and led to a worldwide success that grossed over $1 billion at the global box office and won the first ever Oscar nomination for a superhero film. For the rest of the film,Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”, scheduled for release in 2022, the director is expanding his cast of Afro-descendant actors, Michaela Koella, a British actress of Ghanaian origin.

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In June, studio director Miraclehandjob Kevin Feige, spoke of an emotional return to production. ” It’s Clearly Moving Too Much Without Chado “, did he announce.” But everyone is also very happy to bring the world of Wakanda back among the public and fans. We’re gonna do it in a way that makes Chad proud ยป. Chadwick Boseman, the lead actor, passed away on August 28, 2020. A sequel which therefore had a significant emotional dimension to the makers and also a definite challenge. Given the success of the first installment, the directors of the film knew that moviegoers would be eager to see how the film developed.

In any case, the directors had decided to hire Michaela-Moses Iwuraba Bokey-Collinson or just Michaela Koella ; A British actress whose parents were immigrants from Ghana. So she will join, Zimbabwean-American actress call jkesai gurira The one who played, the warrior”okoyein the first part and Lupita Nyong’o, Mexican-Kenyan actress and director, whom she played brilliantly there, Detective “Nakia”. The details of who the actress should play, of course, are still a secret, marvel studios Generally declined to comment on the casting.

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more Michaela Koella According to reviews, makes an exciting addition to the cast. She is in the midst of a career boom and has recently won three nominations Emmy Awards For “i can destroy you“, a series originally published BBC On UK and on HBO By United States of america, inspired by my own experience with sexual assault. got the chain Cuckoo Best Screenplay, Best Director and Best Actress in a Limited Series.

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