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Many of the stories from the comics would translate well to the big screen. In finally showing T'Challa's homeland of Wakanda on screen, Black Panther handed Marvel a new and creative setting not just for Black Panther solo movies, but for visits from his colleagues in the Avengers.

Almost the entire third act of Avengers: Infinity War was set in the fictional African nation. "Anchor point is a good way of (describing Wakanda), particularly as some of our other anchor points, Asgard for instance, are gone," Feige told EW.

In the movies, marriage is likely out of the question, but romance is always on the table.

With the , it seems safe to say there'll be as many sequels as fans are willing to watch.

Jordan) was a great villain in the first Black Panther movie.

As information about Marvel's Black Panther 2 rolls out, we'll collect it here, and try and separate the confirmed facts from the rumors and theories.

"To be comic book accurate, yes," Wright said when asked, which was a smart answer.

It didn't give away any spoilers but points out that this has happened in print. Someone has to go to ratchet up the drama and make the whole Thanos battle meaningful.

Here’s everything we know about the sequel so far: Warner Bros have announced that Gal Gadot will be returning to play the titular superhero in the sequel. So incredibly lucky to welcome the sensationally talented Kristen Wiig to our Wonder Woman family. @Gal Gadot pic.twitter.com/Gn0j ICi IAH — Patty Jenkins (@Patty Jenks) March 9, 2018 comic books in 1943, but the most famous iteration of the character arrived in 1987 as Dr. Director of the first movie, Patty Jenkins, will be returning for the sequel. “It’s a beautiful story to tell, an important time to tell it and with people that I love.” DC Films’ co-chairman Geoff Johns has confirmed that he’d be involved, telling Yahoo Movies: “I’m working right now on the ‘Wonder Woman 2’ script.

Screen Rant are also reporting that Chris Pine will be returning, although it’s not entirely clear how, given the ending of Kirsten Wiig was confirmed to be playing the villain Cheetah in the new movie on March 9. So incredibly lucky to welcome the sensationally talented Kristen Wiig to our So excited to confirm the most thrilling news. Can't wait to finally work with one of my favorites. I just started” Initial reports suggested Gadot would not be involved in a sequel if Brett Ratner remained in the franchise.

As information about Marvel's Black Panther 2 rolls out, we'll collect it here, and try and separate the confirmed facts from the rumors and theories.

"To be comic book accurate, yes," Wright said when asked, which was a smart answer.

It didn't give away any spoilers but points out that this has happened in print. Someone has to go to ratchet up the drama and make the whole Thanos battle meaningful.

Here’s everything we know about the sequel so far: Warner Bros have announced that Gal Gadot will be returning to play the titular superhero in the sequel. So incredibly lucky to welcome the sensationally talented Kristen Wiig to our Wonder Woman family. @Gal Gadot pic.twitter.com/Gn0j ICi IAH — Patty Jenkins (@Patty Jenks) March 9, 2018 comic books in 1943, but the most famous iteration of the character arrived in 1987 as Dr. Director of the first movie, Patty Jenkins, will be returning for the sequel. “It’s a beautiful story to tell, an important time to tell it and with people that I love.” DC Films’ co-chairman Geoff Johns has confirmed that he’d be involved, telling Yahoo Movies: “I’m working right now on the ‘Wonder Woman 2’ script.

Screen Rant are also reporting that Chris Pine will be returning, although it’s not entirely clear how, given the ending of Kirsten Wiig was confirmed to be playing the villain Cheetah in the new movie on March 9. So incredibly lucky to welcome the sensationally talented Kristen Wiig to our So excited to confirm the most thrilling news. Can't wait to finally work with one of my favorites. I just started” Initial reports suggested Gadot would not be involved in a sequel if Brett Ratner remained in the franchise.

Also, Marvel has an open date for an unnamed movie on Feb. That's almost exactly four years after the first Black Panther and would give the series a nice symmetry.