‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’: The Avengers’ Absence In Pivotal Scene Questioned

‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’: The Avengers’ Absence In Pivotal Scene Questioned

‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’: The Avengers’ Absence In Pivotal Scene Questioned

Concerns have also been voiced concerning T’Challa’s farewell in “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.” Although the Avengers crossover is not rare in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, some people have taken issue with the absence of other superheroes to pay their respects to Chadwick Boseman’s character.

Charlamagne Tha God was one among the people that brought up the subject. More than two weeks after the movie’s theatrical debut, he wrote on Instagram, “None of the Avengers came of T’Challa’s funeral…

“Can we talk about this yet? It’s been a couple of weeks.” He continued in the caption by emphasizing the striking difference between Tony Stark’s/Iron Man’s funeral and T’Challa’s funeral. “Why weren’t all of the MCU’s heroes present at T’Challa’s burial while they were at Tony Stark’s? Is it customary in Wakanda to forbid foreigners from attending funerals? If any of this is premature to discuss, please let me know; otherwise, let’s speak.”

Kenya Barris, the creator of “Black-ish,” responded to Charlamagne’s post by saying, “Maybe their was another service at live Barclay’s or something.” The Game offered their opinion as well “How about the filmmaker BLACK, who notes that “it’s a DOPE franchise at this time, even though most of the actors isn’t present… Enjoy the movie, then go on.”

Others believe that Wakanda still does not accept outsiders readily. “Wakanda was and still an exclusive society that presumably doesn’t want outsiders participating. Moreover, it is a celebration at the burial, so people would be perplexed “One individual argued. Another emphasized, “It’s a customary African transitional service! No one else—it was for us! In addition, the Queen was already furious with the West.”

'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever': The Avengers' Absence in Pivotal Scene Questioned

I loved how it was centered on African culture and his death rather than the avengers taking away from his funeral, another person said, adding, “Honestly they might have wanted to simply focus on the culture and the funeral not the avengers.”

However, according to someone another, it is a fitting sendoff “I believe it was an effort to respect Chadwick’s passing, just like in real life. It was completed as it ought to have been, and in reality, it served as the most exquisite tribute to his memory.”

Others fans, meanwhile, criticized “Wakanda Forever” for having yet another plot hole. They objected to the movie’s failure to address the mistake in “Avengers: Infinity War” that is only corrected during the events of “Avengers: Endgame” five years later. Many questioned why the Wakandans are just now straining to fill the job of the Black Panther, given that the nation’s defender had previously been dead for five years prior to the blip, and how the blip appears to have had no impact on Wakandan life.

One person commented, “Gaping plot hole in #WakandaForever.” “In reality, T’Cholla [sic] had been “dead” for the previous five years. What had Wakanda been up to prior to that? Most likely his mother was in charge. At the time, who was the Black Panther? Do they possess one? They appear to need or want one.”

The same critic asked, “Why was this only fixed when T’Challa came back and then died?” “The country should have already expressed its sorrow over his passing and established a plan for his successor. It appears that they simply ignored the Marvel timeline and wrote this entirely as though Wakanda didn’t exist within it.”

Another individual said, “I need more than just a passing mention of Thanos in Black Panther 2.” “Who was in charge in Wakanda at the time? Did T’Challa receive a funeral?” We watched a movie about T’Challa grieving, but nothing about how he had actually died twice, someone else said.

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