'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever' Post-Credits Scene and MCU Hints

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Black Panther: Wakanda Forever landed in theaters Friday, as the technologically advanced African nation grieving the loss of King T'Challa.

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The sequel to 2018's Black Panther is the 30th Marvel Cinematic Universe movie

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It has the most touching post-credits scene imaginable.

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Chadwick Boseman, who died from colon cancer at age 43 in 2020.

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Boseman wouldn't be replaced in the role, and the movie sees the debut of a new Black Panther.

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And if you stick around after the credits roll, you'll also be treated to an unexpected part of T'Challa's legacy.

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Midcredits-scene: Prince of Wakanda

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T'Challa's former girlfriend Nakia introduces his son, as Toussaint, the son she secretly had with T'Challa.

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Young Toussaint was kept hidden in Haiti to protect him from the pressures of the Wakandan throne

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The charming kid instantly bonds with Shuri and decides to reveal a secret

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It's probably too early to tell when this young man will become the Wakandan king or Black Panther

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Since we saw M'Baku challenge for the nation's throne while Shuri carries the heroic mantle.

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"Black Panther will return," it reads as the credits reach their conclusion.

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"Black Panther will return," it reads as the credits reach their conclusion.

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