In new reports, Pulse has deduced that the premiere will be held in association with the African International Film Festival (AFRIFF), FilmOne Entertainment and The Walt Disney Company.
With rumors that Shuri (Letitia Wright) will don the Black Panther suit, the long-awaited sequel will see Wakanda threatened by new enemies.
The sequel will see the return of a number of fan-favorite characters for what’s poised to be another record-breaking outing.
It has taken over a year of production plagued by delays due to reports of minor injuries from on-set stunts and Covid-19.
Filming began around August 2020 after months of speculation about the recast of King T’Challa played by Chadwick Boseman, who had died the previous year of cancer.
While Marvel has yet to officially announce the new Black Panther, the sequel’s new trailer, released last month, confirmed that Wright will be wearing the superhero shoes.
Wakanda Forever opens worldwide on November 11.