While modern technology hypothetically allows the industry to recreate late artists and put them into movies, both directors and fans historically shuddered when they presented a fully CGI version of a living star. So, in case you’re experiencing low-level fear thinking about Marvel’s imminent arrival Black Panther 2, Do not worry. According to Deadline, Black Panther Executive producer Victoria Alonso reassures movie-goers that the late great Chadwick Boseman, who passed away in August, will not appear on-screen as a digital stunt double in director and writer Ryan Coogler’s next sequel, currently slated for release. in May 2022.
“No,” he told the Argentine newspaper Alonso, which produced most of the MCU films Clarion. “There is only one Chadwick and he is no longer with us. Sadly, our king died in real life, not just fiction, and we are taking some time to see how we continue the story and how to honor this chapter of what happened to us unexpectedly, so painful and terrible to be. honest. Not only has Chadwick been a wonderful human being every day of the five years we have spent together, but I also believe that what he has done as a character has elevated us as a company and left his moment in history. “
“I know that sometimes two or three months go by in productions and let’s say it’s been too long,” he continued. “But it’s not too long. We really need to think about what we’ll do next and how, and decide how to honor the franchise.