Shuri (Letitia Wright) could be the new Black Panther

Shuri (Letitia Wright) podría ser la nueva Black Panther

After Chadwick Boseman's tragic death, fans are wondering who the new Black Panther could be, but the answer could be his sister Shuri (Letitia Wright).

According to the latest reports, in Marvel studios and Disney are discussing the future of Black panther. Since the death of Chadwick boseman for colon cancer, it has taken them by surprise. So they have to think about what to do with the character. For now they have several options, like choosing another actor to play King T’Challa of Wakanda. They are also studying that Shuri, interpreted by Letitia wright, the Avenger's sister was his substitute. Finally, the third option is to cancel the sequel and not use the African hero again for a while out of respect for the deceased actor.

On the other hand, the tragic news has caused fans to begin to debate the best way to pay tribute to Chadwick boseman in Black Panther 2, that's why there are pressure campaigns so that they don't choose another actor to replace him. So the solution is to hand over T’Challa's Black Panther mantle, and fans say Shuri (Letitia Wright) is the obvious choice. In fact, a new petition launched in asks for this to happen, and says the following:

“Chadwick Boseman can never be replaced. He IS Black Panther. No actor should take on this role in light of his devastating passing. Shuri should take up the mantle of Black Panther, as she has done in the comics. Please reimagine Black Panther 2 in this way as a tribute to this incredible man. “

Shuri's character has many possibilities.

She is a genius at the level of the most intelligent of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. So Shuri could fill two roles in a new Avengers team. First as the new Black Panther and second as the tech-oriented replacement for Tony Stark. Not to mention, Letitia Wright's version of the character was hugely popular and there have long been rumors that Marvel Studios plans to feature her heavily in the future. If he were to take command in Black Panther 2, it would probably be the option that would leave everyone happy. That's why the film studio is seriously considering it. | Cinema, comics and series