Marvel is hoping to begin filming of its upcoming biggie Black Panther 2 in March 2021. According to a post found on the Production List (via Reddit user smoove4254), the sequel of the Black Panther will start shooting in March 2021 in Australia.
The original Black Panther was one the Marvel's biggest hits as it shattered the box office records and became the first comic book movie to nominated for the Best Picture.
After the success of Black Panther, Marvel officially announced its sequel in San Diego 2019, and later it dated in May 2022
to release the film. Ryan Coogler is returning to direct the film and making this the first time when he will direct a sequel to one of his previous films.
With the coronavirus threat still looming large, several Hollywood biggies were forced to shut down its production indefinitely. However, Marvel is hopeful that things will be safe by the time 2021 starts and Black Panther 2 can move forward as per plans.
Talking about the original Black Panther, it is Marvel's one of the highest-grossing movies of all-time. It earned nearly $ 1347 M [$ 1.347 B] and became the 9th highest-grossing movie of all-time at that time. Marvel is hopeful that Black Panther 2 will create the same kind of hype when it will release in 2022.