While speaking with EW, the Marvel Studios head was asked about the prospect of a sequel to Black Panther and he said that there's another adventure in store. Thankfully, Kevin Feige has finally confirmed that Black Panther 2 will absolutely be happening. While this isn't surprising news, it is exciting to know that we'll be able to see even more of Wakanda in the future. "Okoye, I think I'd watch three action films just Okoye".More news: Former Oklahoma OT Orlando Brown had a historically bad National Football League combine performance
More news: Avengers: Infinity War Is Heading to Theaters Even Earlier Now
More news: Supremes spar over limitations on unions; Gorsuch silent
In addition to its stellar box office run, Black Panther has also been a favorite with critics, earning a 97 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. "If you do that, audiences will notice it, and appreciate it, and support it".
Additionally, Feige seemed pretty positive about the idea of having spin-off movies for other central Black Panther characters like Shuri or the Dora Milaje, although he hedged that by saying they wouldn't want to burn out fans and those movies aren't really on the team's radar at the moment. Marvel hiring more employees from different backgrounds could only give them more respect and financial success as they continue to make their stamp as the leading superhero conglomerate (sorry, DC). The first installment has officially been in theaters for a month and is days away from crossing the billion-dollar milestone at the worldwide box office, which is pretty awesome considering that the movie was only tracking for a $120 million opening weekend. Oh, and if you're wondering whether there'll be a sequel (you're kidding, right?), well that's a foregone conclusion.
As is to be expected in the lead up to such a movie, news about what we can expect from the next Avengers movies and the direction of the comic book studio in general has been slowly trickling out of Marvel headquarters.