- “Black Panther” director Ryan Coogler is developing a Wakanda series for Disney +.
- Coogler signs a 5-year TV deal with Disney that also includes other shows.
- With the now announced MCU series, Disney + is aggressively expanding its Marvel series offering.
The MCU-Film “Black Panther” from 2018 was an overwhelming success for the Marvel Studios and parent company Disney: The blockbuster with the 1st black superhero as the main character grossed over 1.3 billion US dollars worldwide – and the second part should come to the cinemas in 2022.
So it is not surprising that Disney has full confidence in “Black Panther 1 + 2” director Ryan Coogler: As among other things der Hollywood Reporter reports, Coogler developed for Disney+ a Marvel series set in the mythical African kingdom of Wakanda.
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Further details on the upcoming series project are not yet known at the moment. Ryan Coogler’s production company Proximity Media signed a 5-year TV deal with Disney that includes the Disney + Wakanda series as well as other MCU series and projects on other Disney channels and platforms.
Marvel series on Disney +
Currently appears with “WandaVision“the 1st MCU series on Disney +.”The Falcon and The Winter Soldier” such as “Loki“will follow immediately afterwards. At the Disney Investor Day, the group also announced a large number of other MCU series are known for the future. The now announced Wakanda series only appears like the logical continuation of the Disney + / Marvel series expansion.