Black Panther 2: the name of the character seen in the post-credits scene has this particular meaning

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The post-credits scene of Black Panther Wakanda Forever presented to the spectators a character that we did not expect. The latter has a name that has this particular meaning. 

Black Panther 2: the name of the character seen in the post-credits scene has this special meaning

Black Panther Wakanda Forever, a film related to to the story of many nations

Black Panther Wakanda Foreveris broadcast in French cinemas since November 9, 2022. Ryan Coogler has boxed the sequel to the first part released in 2018 at the cinema. He had to compose without its main hero, T'Challa, after the death of its interpreter Chadwick Boseman two years ago. Black Panther 2 therefore opens with the death of the King of Wakanda, before revealing to viewers how the remaining characters cope with their death. this tragic event. Very shortly after, they are forced to recover from the hair of the beast because an antagonist nicknamed Namor threatens to face Wakanda. The filmmaker has decided; to modify the narrative arc but above all the story of the prince of the seas, which did not necessarily please; all Marvel fans.

However, Black Panther Wakanda Forever is rather well received by viewers, enjoying an audience rating of 95 % on review site Rotten Tomatoes. Good news, the end of the story leaves the door open to a sequel… Attention, the spoilers on Black Panther 2 start here. challenge Shuri to; the place of head of the country. During the post-credits scene, however, it's another storyline that has the fans in all their states… Shuri that she is auntie. Indeed, the heroine had hidden the secret to; everyone: she and T'Challa gave birth to a child named; Toussaint. They had made the choice to raise him in Haiti so that he would grow up far from the pressures of the throne. The choice of the child's first name was not made. done by chance. Indeed, it refers to; a man who counted extremely; for the country's history.

Toussaint, son of T'Challa, refers to a very important man in the history of Haiti

Black Panther 2: the name of the character seen in the post-credits scene has this particular meaning

Toussaint Louverture was a black Haitian revolutionary who fought against slavery. This Haitian general was one of the most prominent leaders of the Haitian Revolution, a successful insurrection that began in Haiti. in 1791 against French colonial rule by self-freed slaves, which resulted in the independence of Haiti in 1804. Toussaint Louverture was also the only slave who led to the independence of Haiti. the founding of a state without slavery, and its abolition of slavery had a remarkable impact throughout the Americas. À Like Namor and the exploration of Mayan culture and civilization, Ryan Coogler wanted to give pride of place to; Haïti by choosing to call Toussaint thus in reference to a man who fought for the liberation of slaves. Several references to Haïti were hiding in Black Panther 2, such as the fact that the building number of Nakia's house in Haiti is 1804, the year in which the country gained its independence.

This post-credits scene in any case sets up the rest of the story.  Viewers can imagine that T'Challa's son may one day claim his father's throne and possibly even the mantle of Black Panther. If this is not confirmed to the time when we write these lines, the public can expect; that Toussaint becomes a central character in future projects of the MCU. As the filmmaker promised, Black Panther 2 pays a beautiful tribute to the late. Chadwick Boseman throughout history. In addition to talking about him through character memories, Ryan Coogler honors the actor and his character with Toussaint, son of T'Challa. The boy clarifies that Toussaint is just his ha&iuml name. ;tien and proudly declares that his Wakandan name is Prince T'Challa, which speaks to his mission to carry on his father s legacy.&nbsp ;Black Panther: Wakanda Forever and perhaps future sequels will continue its legacy through through his family and his son.