In anticipation of marvel’s avenger’s war for Wakanda release date, Marvel has launched the official website and trailer. The cast includes marvel’s avenger’s captain America, marvel’s avenger black widow, marvel’s avenger hawkeye and more. Marvel fans can now watch the trailer as they count down to marvel’s avenger’s war for Wakanda release date!
17 August 2021
Cast and characters:
– Chadwick Boseman: marvel’s avenger Black Panther
T’Challa returns home to Wakanda after his father’s death. His reign is threatened by two adversaries: Ulysses Klaue, who wants revenge for the past theft of vibranium from him; and Erik Killmonger, a CIA agent working undercover.
Shuri can create technology such as metal vines, and she’s about to start a new project called “Black Panther” that will protect the people of Wakanda. Erik Killmonger teams up with Ulysses Klaue in order to take over Wakanda for himself.
The Black Panther has no allegiance towards anyone but his homeland. He is willing to do whatever it takes to keep Wakanda safe. Erik Killmonger is the son of N’Jobu, a former hoodlum who was exiled from Wakanda by his brother T’Chaka for selling vibranium on the black market and betraying their people’s secrets to outsiders (Erik’s mother was killed in this incident).
It is based on the comic series “Avengers” vol. 11, written by Jonathan Hickman due to his work with Stan Lee in the 1960s where he helped create Spider-Man and Black Panther as well as The Avengers.
How many cast members are in the film?
A cast of twelve main cast members is set to appear in marvel’s avenger war for Wakanda. These cast members include captain America, black widow, Hawkeye and more! In addition, over 200 extras were cast locally with many being children from the Durban area who had never acted before. The film crew was also made up of cast and crew members from South Africa, as well as cast and crew from the United States.
What will marvel avengers war for Wakanda be about?
Marvel’s avenger’s war for Wakanda will centre around a plot to invade the fictional African nation of Wakanda by enemies from outside and inside. The cast includes Chadwick Boseman, Michael B Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira and Forest Whitaker — who have all starred in other marvel movies before; Scarlet Johansson, who has played Black Widow in six Marvel films; Letitia Wright and Winston Duke from Black Panther.