Producer Nate Moore discusses how “Black Panther” will change after Chadwick Boseman’s passing and how Harry Styles will appear in “more stories to be told” on the Crew Call podcast.

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“Should we even make this movie?”

Following the demise of Chadwick Boseman, producer and Marvel executive Nate Moore considered whether to proceed with the sequel for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.
A script had been prepared, pre-production was underway, and then Boseman unexpectedly passed away from colon cancer on August 28, 2020, at the age of 43.
Moore claims that the difficulty he, Marvel, and director Ryan Coogler encountered was “how to narratively confront his absence in a way that seemed honest.”
On the most recent Crew Call episode, Moore says, “It was the only approach that seemed authentic: We knew we had a reaction to the passing, but certainly the world did.”
Using Boseman’s death as fuel, according to Moore, “felt like the most honest thing to do as storytellers.”

He continues, “The idea of recasting never crossed my mind.

If you want to hear what the original screenplay for Wakanda Forever was before Boseman passed away, listen to the most recent episode of Crew Call:

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