‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’, one of the biggest sequels in Marvel’s film history, is all set for its theatrical release and will release on November 11, 2022, in the USA. Indisputable, ‘Black Panther 2’ is a significant and emotional film for all cinema buddies, and the audience’s attachment to the film will be exceptional to a great extent. Turning this special into a memorable movie is a big responsibility for the makers, who have taken this responsibility very seriously. The production has taken every possible step to make the film memorable, whether it is spending a lot of money or not replacing the star’s face.
Walt Disney’s Black Panther Wakanda Forever Budget
According to a verified source, Walt Disney Studios has spent a massive amount to produce the sequel, and the production cost of ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ is $250 million, before printing and advertising costs. $250 million is a confirmed numbers, which means the production cost of ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ and ‘Wakanda Forever’ is equal and it’s more than ‘Black Panther’ (2018).
Campared to first one, not only production cost but the marketing campaign for the sequel is also moving ahead, and the production is spending millions openly on marketing, which is probably a great move. Furthermore, as per internal sources of industry, following the massive success of ‘Black Panther (2018)’, the production finalized a maximum budget of $250 million for the sequel, but after Chadwick Boseman, the makers had to change their plans, including the script, and replace the character of Black Panther.
Chadwick Boseman or Black Panther may not be a part of ‘Black Panther 2’, but the production has done everything possible to pay tribute to him and maintain his presence in this film, and apart from this, some new characters will also be shined in the sequel. ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ was produced by Kevin Feige and Nate Moore under the production banners of Marvel Studios and is set to be distributed by Walt Disney Studios.
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3 thoughts on “Walt Disney’s Black Panther Wakanda Forever Budget Reportedly $250 Million”
Sounds extremely butt-kissy towards the certain segment of society they are trying to appeal to.
You sound extremely ignorant!
You sound like a POS who needs a life. It’s not only people of color who are going to see this movie. It will be a global event a la Endgame, just on a smaller scale money-wise. GTFOH