Aneka black panther: The trailer also confirms that Michaela Coel will play Aneka. In the comics, Aneka and Ayo (Florence Kasumba), two of the best Dora Milaje trainers, saw T’Challa and Namor working together but didn’t understand why.
This caused them to leave the order and leave the capital of Wakanda, Birnin Zana. After killing a man who was hurting the women in his care, Aneka’s old sisters caught her and put her in jail.
But Ayo saved her before she could be killed. The two of them stole the Midnight Angel armor and went out into the Wakandan countryside to help people the Wakandan system had forgotten about.
Their vigilantism caused a lot of political change in Wakanda, and by the end of Ta-Nehisi Coates’ run, Wakanda was only sort of a democracy. In the trailer, Coel is definitely wearing Midnight Angel armor, and Queen Ramonda is furious about something. Don’t be shocked if Aneka and Ayo have something to do with that.
Coel will play Aneka, a Dora Milaje instructor who teaches people how to fight.
Not only are we excited to see more Wakandan characters in the Black Panther sequel (especially after hearing that Daniel Kaluuya wouldn’t be able to be in it because he had to film Jordan Peele’s Nope), but we’re also excited to see such a big name join the franchise.
Coel won a Primetime Emmy and a BAFTA TV Award for her work on I May Destroy You. The Emmy was for Outstanding Writing for a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie, and the BAFTA was for Leading Actress.
In the trailer, we even got a quick look at Coel in the role. She wore a blue warrior’s outfit to lead the Dora Milaje.
Aneka black panther: Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
Unsurprisingly, the trailer for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever was a jaw-dropping experience that we can’t wait to see on the big screen, especially since the director of the first film, Ryan Coogler, who gave us one of Marvel’s best movies, is back to direct the sequel.
Even though the trailer was scary, it was clear that all of the characters in the sequel will miss Chadwick Boseman’s T’Challa, just like fans will miss the talented actor in real life. Coogler even started his presentation with a touching tribute to the actor.