Based on the famous Marvel Comics character created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby”Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ is an epic superhero movie written and produced by Ryan Coogler that serves as the sequel to 2018’s Black Panther. The 30th instalment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) follows the events that occurred following the death of the all-powerful King T’Challa as the rulers of Wakanda take up arms and prepare themselves to defend Wakanda, whose nation is currently in a vulnerable condition.
As a new threat emerges from the nation of Talokan which is ruled by Namor, Wakanda warriors must band together with the help of War Dog Nakia as well as Everett Ross and fight against new foes to create an enduring new future for Wakanda. In addition to the story that keeps the audience engaged from beginning to end the thrilling sequences against the setting and the setting of Wakanda and Talokan will surely keep one curious more about the actual locations of filming ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.’ If you’re in the same boat of interest and curiosity, we’ve got all the answers!
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Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Locations of Filming
“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ was filmed on location in Georgia, Massachusetts, and Puerto Rico, particularly in Atlanta, Brunswick, Cambridge, Worcester, Boston, and San Juan. According to reports, principal filming for the Letitia Wright-starring film began in the June of 2021, with the title ‘Summer Break’. It was stopped several times when the crew members spotted COVID-19 while filming and after Letitia was injured while filming an action-packed sequence during the month of August 2021.
The filming team continued to film sequences which did not feature Letitia however, they had to stop in the latter part of November 2021 to record as much as possible without Letitia. The filming was resumed in January 2022 and then wrapped in March of that same year. But, according to reports, they came back to reshoot after a couple of months, at the end of September 2022. Without further delay, we’ll head to Wakanda and read a full description of the various sites that served as the fictional country!
A number of key sequences from “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ were filming in Atlanta the capital of Georgia and its largest city. The production team reportedly used its facilities at Trilith Studios at 461 Sandy Creek Road. The studio was initially called Pinewood Atlanta Studios, it houses 24 different stages of various sizes backlots, workshops, and offices as well as over 400 acres worth of varied scenery. These attributes make it an ideal location for filming a variety of projects.
Certain scenes of the Marvel film were recorded in Brunswick the city of which Georgia’s county seat is Glynn County. While filming the movie the crew and cast were seen filming key scenes surrounding Mary Ross Waterfront Park at 10 F Street in Brunswick. The park’s waterfront is comprised of The Liberty Ship Memorial Plaza as well as an outdoor musical playground as well as an amphitheatre, a farmers market and a staged pavilion. In addition, the cruise ship, which was 300 feet long was reportedly used to film the water scenes.
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The group went to Cambridge which is a city located in Massachusetts’ Middlesex County, to shoot for purposes. Particularly they set up camp near the famed Massachusetts Institute of Technology at 77 Massachusetts Avenue in Cambridge; crucial scenes were shot in Simmons Hall and the Stratton Student Center on the campus. It is located just across from the Charles River, Cambridge was named after the university that was named after it located in England.
Other locations in Massachusetts
According to reports, the group continued their trip to Massachusetts in order to use the locations of other places in the state, such as Worcester in addition to Boston. The 2021 summer season began with a vehicle chase filmed within Worcester’s Ernest A. Johnson Tunnel located in Worcester. Furthermore, the majority of the sequence where Nakia is driving a race car in red and chases her opponent prior to engaging in a fight was taped on The Harvard Bridge, a steel girder bridge which is bridge that connects Boston and Cambridge.
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Based on reports in order to complete the project the actors and crew of “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ travelled to San Juan, the capital city and the largest municipality within Puerto Rico. Particularly, The Ritz-Carlton at 6961 Avenida Los Gobernadores in Carolina was the primary location for the film’s production.