Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will be available in many cinemas on February 1, and physical media collectors will be glad to know that they will not be left behind. There will be a ton of additional features for Marvel's fictional nations on February 7th.
Exclusive Features for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
The film's audio commentary features the director, along with his screenwriting partner Joe Robert Cole and his cinematographer Autumn Durald Arkapaw, who were both surprised by the tragic death of star Chadwick Boseman and the COVID-19 epidemic.
Coolger is joined by production designer Hannah Beachler and Academy Award-winning costume designer Ruth Carter for the "Envisioning Two Worlds" featurette. The trio discuss how they brought to life the altered Wakanda, as well as the underwater kingdom Talokan. The "Passing the Mantle" featurette discusses the history of the Black Panther identity and what it means for a new one to take on the identity.
Three of the disc's deleted scenes feature Okoye, who discovers her position as general of the Dora Milaje changed due to the events of the film. These scenes show Okoye at odds with her fellow Doras Ayo and Aneka, and reuniting with Shuri in Haiti. Everett K. Ross was given a surprising amount of screen time in the film, but a deleted scene shows him more at work, investigating the United States' information on Wakanda
A gag reel is provided for those who wish to take a break from the film's main themes.
The cast of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has been announced.
Letitia Wright as genius scientist and T'Challa's younger sister Shuri, Angela Bassett as Queen Ramonda, and Danai Gurira as Jabari tribe leader M'Baku and Wakandan spy Nakia respectively. Martin Freeman reprises his role as American agent Everett K. Ross in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will be available on Disney+ on February 1 and on DVD on February 7th.