After some fans criticized Black Panther 2 for being too fanciful, a film set in a futuristic city in a make-believe country, the Director of Black Panther 2 aims to give the sequel a more realistic feel. “The last movie was a little far-fetched, although it didn’t stop people actually turning up to airports asking for a one-way ticket to Wakanda.”
True to form, the creative team behind Black Panther 2 have drawn up a host of ideas to make the film more realistic. Having him lay about in trees, pouncing on unsuspecting people walking through the jungle, and never being spotted by safaris are just some of the great ideas put forward by Hollywood’s most creative minds.
“He’s a big cat right?” asks Sam Screenwriter. “So why not have him do more cat things?” says Sam, to an enthusiastic room of unwashed writers.
Grabbing this concept with both hands, the writers suggest having him curl up on lounge for 16 hours a day, tapping a ping pong ball around a house at 2.00am in the morning waking everyone up, and vomiting on the one sole patch of carpet in an otherwise slate covered floor space.
“I think this sets up some pretty intense scenes with the films antagonist too. They can lay traps by distracting him with tinsel, tapping a tin with a fork and saying, “Dinner time”, and for the climax, the villain could throw down a series of cardboard boxes which he will have to jump in to,” says Sam excitedly.
Wherever the writers land, by catering to both comic book fans and crazy cat ladies, Black Panther 2 is bound to be a box office success.