- South African entertainer Atandwa Kani, child of the fantastic John Kani, has taken to Twitter to clear up talk that has spiraled crazy about “Dark Panther.”
- Word on the Twitter road is that Kani will star in the “Dark Panther” continuation, for which shooting is in progress.
Kani acted in the primary “Dark Panther” film where he depicted the more youthful King T’Chaka; a double part imparted to his dad, John. As the talk got out and about, Kani right away took to Twitter to settle it for the last time. He expressed: “Hang ON!!! I have NOT been given a role in the latest trend, dark Panther. I don’t have the foggiest idea where this talk came from. However, I remain unaware of this.”
The continuation, named “Dark Panther: Wakanda Forever,” is delivered July 8, 2022. Reacting to the tweet, Kani’s fans downplayed the circumstance. “Athandwa, we as a nation took a leader choice that you’re Black Panther, and we’re content with that. So congrats,” said @lesego_great.
While @JanVanPotgieter gave his adaptation of a storyline he thought would be ideal for getting Kani back in the film. “Dark Panther is the person. Tragically the lead character passed on.
“So, as an author, I would proceed with the tradition of Black Panther by going in the past to bring back T’Chaka, and the film proceeds. When Chris turns return T’Chaka goes to the past,” he said. Meanwhile, 69-year-old Safta-winning entertainer Connie Chiume, who likewise featured in the primary “Dark Panther” film in 2018 as the Mining Tribe Elder, has been seen back in the USA.
Chiume is accepted to repeating her part in the activity blockbuster sequel. While Chiume didn’t straightforwardly post the image of her remaining with her baggage at the rear of a vehicle, she shared an image of perhaps the most established venue in Atlanta.