Black Panther: Wakanda Forever trailer drops the hint that fans have been waiting for

Burbank, California - The upcoming Marvel movie Black Panther: Wakanda Forever dropped a second trailer that seemingly unveiled Wakanda's next hero!

The upcoming Marvel movie Black Panther: Wakanda Forever dropped a second trailer that seemingly unveiled the next hero of the Wakanda.
The upcoming Marvel movie Black Panther: Wakanda Forever dropped a second trailer that seemingly unveiled the next hero of the Wakanda.  © IMAGO / Everett Collection

Now it still hasn't been outright confirmed exactly who will carry on the Black Panther's legacy following the tragic passing of Chadwick Boseman.

Yet, the film's newest trailer for Wakanda Forever may have just settled the debate, for all intents and purposes.

On Monday, Marvel Studios shared another breathtaking preview for this year's most-antiquated superhero flick.

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Along with mesmerizing visuals and a closer look at the sequel's villain, the last moments of the trailer gave viewers a full shot of the next Black Panther.

And Marvel fans seem to have a good idea of just who this might be.

Princess Shuri to take center stage?

Letitia Wright's Princess Shuri might take over the mantle of Black Panther.
Letitia Wright's Princess Shuri might take over the mantle of Black Panther.  © IMAGO / ZUMA Wire

For some time, it has been speculated that Letitia Wright's Princess Shuri will take over the mantle of protector of Wakanda, which is what happens in the comic book series.

Not only does the latest preview subtly allude to this but it's really the final footage of the breathtaking trailer that showed a more petite figure sporting the Black Panther suit.

While this still could be a number of people, it seems all signs point to the Wakandian princess.

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The teaser further highlighted the immense impact King T'Challa's death, who was played by the late Chadwick Boseman, with the fictional nation now left in a vulnerable and defenseless state.

But it's clear that the fight for Wakanda has just begun, and Angela Bassett's Queen Ramonda provides the most goosebump-inducing line of the trailer: "Show them who we are!"

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever debuts in theaters November 11.

Cover photo: IMAGO / Everett Collection

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