The stars of Black Panther are confident that the sequel directed by Ryan Coogler will live and surpass the first film, which star Sterling K. Brown expects to be comparable to The Godfather: Part II.
"It's one of those things where honestly, being able to build on that legacy and those characters and the world that Ryan built – you know, Stan Lee and Jack Kirby created years ago – but let Ryan tell this story, if there is a chance Come back and do a second …
"I mean, get me out of this situation. [laughs]but for everyone to come back, I think I mean everybody here, it would be a great achievement, "said Michael B. Jordan behind the scenes at the SAG Awards after the group took home the highest-rated Best Performance of a cast. film.
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"Sequences, I think, are one of the most difficult films to do, and I feel like creating a world and building it so beautifully and delicately woven into the world of the Marvel Universe – but in film in general, you take the Marvel out of it, I think it's a movie that opposes all the movies across the board.
"So, yes, I think if there was an opportunity, I think everyone would be very excited to come back."
"Because Ryan signed," added Brown, who played the late Nurse Jobu, father of Erik 'Killmonger' Stevens of Jordan.
"Yes, there is no doubt," said Chadwick Boseman, star of T & Challa.
"He does not lose, you know what I'm saying? Bruh is three to three, he's going to be four by four, and the Marvel team gave him all the support they needed [Marvel Studios president] Kevin Feige … he's a beast, man, "Brown added. Fruitvale Station and Creed director.
"He will not slip. Godfather II. Like, be ready.
Coogler, in October, signed a contract to return as scriptwriter-director Black Panther 2, after its groundbreaking entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe earned $ 1.3 billion at box offices worldwide to become the ninth highest grossing film of all time and the highest grossing superhero movie in the US domestic market $ 700 million.
In February, Feige recalled in an interview with ABC news he once "instinctively" leaned toward Coogler after a screening of Black Panther and told the filmmaker: "This is the best film we've ever done."
Black Panther Since then, it has become the first superhero film to be nominated for an Oscar for Best Picture, a feat that Feige attributes to the 32-year-old filmmaker from Oakland, California.
"For me, the best thing a producer can do is find a person with something to say, who has a story to tell and can tell in a way the world responds," Feige said. The New York Times. "That's what Mr. Coogler did for us."
Marvel Studios must officially announce Black Panther 2 at some point after the opening of April 26 Avengers: End of the game.