During D23, Winston Duke spoke about the evolution of his character in “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”.
Two months before the release of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever , Winston Duk e, who plays M’Baku, the chief of the Jabari tribe, opened up about his character in an interview with ComicBook.com.
Asked after the presentation of the new excerpt from Ryan Coogler ‘s film on the D23 stage, the comedian said that after the events of Avengers: Endgame , M’Baku would have to stop acting like a free spirit.
” His role has changed. He survived the Snap, he’s now on Tribal Council, so he’s more forward-looking, he can’t do it alone anymore. He’s obligated to be part of the community.
I think that’s a really cool thing for him. There’s going to be a whole new dynamic. He is no longer an island leader. He learns to move forward and sees things through a much broader prism.
Winston Duke then clarifies that the Kingdom of Wakanda will be featured more in this sequel .
A great evolution compared to the first feature film since M’Baku faced T’Challa ( Chadwick Boseman ) there to take the lead of Wakanda. But the leader of the Jabari finally linked up with the King in order to fight Killmonger ( Michael B. Jordan ). In this second opus, the character fully participates in decision-making.
In Black Panther: Wakanda Forever he will fight alongside Ramonda ( Angela Bassett ), Shuri ( Letitia Wright ), Nakia ( Lupita Nyong’o ), Ironheart ( Dominique Thorne ), Okoye ( Danai Gurira ) and the Dora Milaje to protect the Kingdom of the Prince of the Seas Namor ( Tenoch Huerta ) and those who want to seize the Vibranium......
The feature film must be released in our dark rooms on November 9.