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Disney+ is developing several Black Panther spin-offs

Disney+ is developing several Black Panther spin-offs

Marvel Studios and Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Director Ryan Coogler is hard at work on several spin-offs to the Wakandan series for Disney+.

As the MCU continues to expand on Disney+, Marvel Studios has taken a keen interest in streaming spin-offs to its big screen series. Following the start of a five-year total television deal between Ryan Coogler’s Proximity Media and Disney, Black Panther’s Kingdom of Wakanda will be coming to Disney+.

Cooller has worked with one Wakanda project for Disney+ for some time now, although the latest indicates that the series is still in the early conceptual stages. There have also been reports that Danai Gurira’s Dora Milaje leader Okoye will lead one “origins spinoff series” on the service in the years to come.

But before all that, the Wakanda forever director will help produce Dominique Thornes Ironheart The Disney+ series directly follows her role in Black panther sequel. And as the Phase 4 blockbuster prepares to hit theaters, news has come of Wakandan spin-offs in development.

Marvel Studios is developing several Black Panther Disney+ series

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According to Variety, Marvel Studios is developing several Black panther Disney+ spin-offs with Ryan Coogler’s production company, Proximity Media. The Wakanda forever the director is also producing the 2023s Ironheart series that will act as a direct sequel to the MCU block.

Previous reports have indicated that Marvel Studios is developing two more spin-offs Black panther franchise – one focused on the Kingdom of Wakanda and another exploring the origins of Danai Gurira’s Okoye. Although the latest comments indicate that the first mysterious project may still be very early in development.

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Coogler also addressed the possibilities of directing Black Panther 3 or Avengers: Secret Warssays that he “definitely [has] no idea what [he’s] do the next.” Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige noted that there have been talks with the director about a Wakandan trequel, but not tackling the Multiversal blockbuster.

The director added how his focus right now is on the release of Wakanda forever, which he sees as his last commitment as a filmmaker. Coogler continued to dodge questions about his film future, but noted that he is watching “a little rest and family time” forward next:

“It’s really hard because you’re exhausted and emotionally drained and I try to give it all my full attention. After that I will find out what happens to me. But I think there will be some rest and family time.”

In a separate interview with Variety, Marvel Studios producer Nate Moore hinted at spin-offs by promising Wakanda forever will leave “more opportunities to return to Wakanda:”

“This world is expansive and there are so many great characters. Beyond what happens with this movie, there are more opportunities to go back to Wakanda.”

Moore teased that while “some ideas” for Disney+ spin-offs will involve existing characters from Black panther franchise, there are others “It would be brand new.” Although the producer avoided answering exactly how many spin-off projects are in development, he said, “there’s no shortage of ideas, let’s put it that way.”

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It is clear that Marvel Studios is actively pursuing more stories in Kingdom of Wakanda and from Ryan Coogler after Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. From what Nate Moore implied that it existed “no shortage of ideas,” there may even be more than just the previously reported two series going on.

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Among these projects will likely be the Okoye project, which will presumably have other members of the Dora Milaje alongside her. But what other spin-offs Marvel Studios might consider is really anyone’s guess, especially with talk of bringing new Wakandan joints into the picture.

While Coogler will likely keep his focus on the Wakandan world, some steps outside of the African nation should still be on the cards for him. Just as he is currently producing Ironheart as a direct sequel to Black Panther 2perhaps a project starring Tenoch Huerta’s Namor could also be on the cards for him.

But with that Coogler has been concerned with Black Panther 2 and Ironheart, fans may be waiting a while for any of these spin-offs to come to fruition. This painful wait will only continue if the filmmaker follows through on his plan to take a well-deserved break alongside spending time with friends and family.

That is also the question of Black Panther 3to which it projected insane box office Wakanda forever making it almost certain to spawn a threequel. But this could be put on the back burner as these spin-offs take center stage, although the big screen may still appear across these shows.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever coming to cinemas on Friday 11 November.

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