First Poster for Black Panther 2"s Oscars Campaign Released by Marvel

Marvel Studios has officially kicked off Black Panther: Wakanda Forever"s Oscar campaign shortly after the MCU sequel"s November 11 debut.
Few films in cinema history have had to deal with as many hurdles and expectations as Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
While the loss of Chadwick Boseman was no doubt the biggest and most significant, Black Panther 2 was also faced with COVID-19 delays and restrictions, on-set injuries, and the task of following a global phenomenon while also introducing the new underwater society of Namor"s Talocan.  
Fortunately for Marvel Studios and writer and director Ryan Coogler, Wakanda Forever has enjoyed a largely positive reception. 
However, the story of this embattled sequel isn"t quite over yet. 
Now that it"s won the box office, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is looking to win with the Academy. 
Black Panther 2"s Begins Academy Awards CampaignThe Oscar race has officially begun! Just weeks after Black Panther 2"s successful debut, Marvel has released its first poster for Wakanda Forever"s Oscar campaign. 
Marvel Studios" post on Twitter reads as follows:
"A profound take on life and legacy. Critics are hailing Marvel Studios’ BLACK PANTHER: WAKANDA FOREVER as, "emotionally powerful, poignant, and a cultural force to be reckoned with.""
MarvelWhile Disney and Marvel are looking for Black Panther 2 to compete in all categories, Best Picture isn"t just the ultimate prize but part of the franchise"s history.
This is because 2018"s Black Panther was nominated for Best Picture, a first for a Marvel Studios film. 
The poster"s focus on Angela Bassett as Queen Ramonda is also notable, especially since her performance has been part of the awards conversation since the sequel"s release. 
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is playing in theaters worldwide. 


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