Real Revolutions : Toussaint & T'Challa II
SPOILER ALERT: This blog will contain spoilers for the end credit scene of "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever." If you have not yet seen the film and do not wish to be spoiled, we recommend stopping here and coming back after you have watched the film.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (Trailer)
"Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" is the highly anticipated sequel to the groundbreaking Marvel film "Black Panther." Fans of the first film will be excited to see the return of beloved characters such as Nakia and Shuri.
End Credit Scene *SPOILERS*
The end credit scene, which takes place in Haiti and introduces new elements to the "Black Panther" universe, is sure to be a highlight for fans. During the film we see Nakia living in Haiti and working to help the people there. In the end credit scene, Nakia visits Shuri as she mourns the loss of her family. To reveal that Shuri has a family member she didn't know about, T'Challa II, the son of Nakia and T'Challa.
T'Challa II and the Name Toussaint
One of the most interesting elements of this end credit scene is the introduction of T'Challa II. We learn that T'Challa II was born in Haiti and given the legal name Toussaint, a reference to Toussaint L'Ouverture, a Haitian revolutionary leader.
Significance of Toussaint
Toussaint L'Ouverture was a Haitian revolutionary leader and is considered one of the founding fathers of Haiti. He played a key role in the Haitian Revolution, which was the first and only successful slave revolt in modern times, leading to the establishment of Haiti as the first black republic in the world. L'Ouverture is highly revered in Haiti and is considered a national hero. The name Toussaint is therefore culturally significant in Haiti, as it represents the country's history of independence and struggle against oppression. By giving T'Challa II the legal name Toussaint, the filmmakers are paying tribute to this important figure in Haitian history and culture.
"Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" is a must-see for Marvel fans. With its strong characters, exciting action, and thoughtful incorporation of culture, this film is sure to be a hit with audiences of all ages. We'll be back to write a full review after the home release. For now well just focus on the last scene. The end credit scene, with its focus on Nakia, Shuri, and T'Challa II, adds a new level of depth to the "Black Panther" universe and offers a glimpse into the future of the franchise. Whether you're a fan of superhero movies or simply want to see a good film, "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" is definitely worth checking out!
"Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" is available for streaming on Disney+ starting February 1st, 2023. BluRay & DVD+ Digital TBA.
Don't miss out on the chance to revisit this beloved Marvel film and see what new developments the end credit scene brings to the franchise.