Black Panther Wakanda Forever: this actress did not appreciate the fate reserved for her character

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Very popular character fans, one of the great figures of the Black Panther films had a fate that his actress did not appreciate too much in Wakanda Forever. She turned to directorRyan Coogler to tell him about it.

Black Panther Wakanda Forever: this actress did not appreciate the fate reserved for her to his character

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A central character has &àgrave; its turn has given Wakanda the soul

Since its theatrical release on Wednesday, November 9, Black Panther: Wakanda Forevermet with considerable success. If we wait to have precise data on the number of entries made, the criticisms are as for the number of entries made. overall very positive and many fans consider it to be the best film of the MCU's Phase IV. One of the most convincing elements is undoubtedly the tribute paid to; Chadwick Boseman, who played King T'Challa from the first episode. Poignant while not taking a disproportionate place in the film, it is indeed very successful.

Black Panther Wakanda Forever: this actress did not appreciate the fate reserved for her character

But sadly, T'Challa isn't the only one in his family whose life has been rocked. taken.If his death was forced by that of the actor in real life, in Wakanda Forever, it is his mother who dies following a Namor's attack on his palace. Queen Ramonda has therefore left us. to his turn. And if the fans took it badly, that's nothing compared to what it was. its interpreter, Angela Bassett. 

A disappearance too tragic for the spectators?

Some actors and actresses are so attached to their characters that leaving them hurts them. It would seem that this was particularly the case for Angela Bassett, the interpreter of Queen Ramonda since the first Black Panther released in 2018. to IndieWire,this one indeed revealed; having resented the idea that his character had to dieand thought; that this would also be the case for the public, so much so that she tried to to convince director and co-writer Ryan Coogler to change this part of the script.

I objected [to; the death of Ramonda]. I was like, “Ryan, what are you doing? Why? You're gonna regret this day! You're gonna miss Ramonda! People are gonna be mad. . 

– Angela Bassett

Finally, Ryan Coogler managed to calm the actress's ardor by reminding her that “to die is not really to die in this world”. Beautiful words, which obviously recall the Ancestral Plane, this parallel dimension in which the soul lives outside of the body. So Queen Ramonda may not have left the Marvel Cinematic Universe for good…

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