Black Panther Premiere Lagos, Nigeria: Top 10 Looks
Here are the top 10 looks from Black Panther Premiere in Lagos Nigeria
Black Panther Premiere in Lagos, Nigeria: Top 10 Looks
1) Allysyn Audu
Allysyn Audu did not come to play at the Black Panther Premiere in Lagos Nigeria. Clothed in what could easily pass for a Dora Milaje warrior suit, she looks breathtaking.
She was styled by Tiannah’s Empire
Both Hermes and Sheggz arrived at the Black Panther Premiere in Lagos Nigeria with swag; Sheggz looks like a very rich King from Eastern Africa. You have to admit, he looks like royalty!
3) Nelson Enwerem
The Mr. World Nigeria Winner of 2019 is donning the Mbaku look at the Black Panther Premiere in Lagos. Nelson sure knows how to pull a look as he is serving warrior vibes while still looking dashing. We love it!
Hermes has always had an unconventional fashion sense, and tonight at the Black Panther Premiere in Lagos, he donned his fashion sense unapologetically and stood out looking like a king and a zaddy!
5) Denola Gray
You know he is definitely on the list! Denola is snatching the edges at the Black Panther Premiere in Lagos Nigeria. He looks like that perfect African Prince you watch on TV
6) Adunni Ade
Adunni Ade is no stranger to fashion, and tonight, she blessed viewers with a similar attire to that of the Queen Mother in Black Panther! She is giving Queen Mother Vibes at the Black Panther Premiere in Lagos!
7) The Orange Nerd
Ever heard of the man in Gold? The Orange Nerd is your man! . Nothing speaks African pride more than that!
8) Omowumi Dada
Omowumi Dada is bringing all the Melanin queen energy at the Black Panther Premiere in Lagos Nigeria. She looks astounding in her afro that complements the unconventional Black dress she is rocking!
9) Sharon Ooja
You can always trust Sharon Ooja to slay! She brought all her beauty to the Black Panther Premiere in Lagos Nigeria and we are loving the marks on her face and bracelet. Keeping it traditional and classy!
10) Bella Okague
Give it to Bella, she gives Fulani/Benin girl vibes at the Black Panther Premiere in Lagos, all while looking like she is a bride about to be married.
More dapper looking celebrities that are taking the cake at the Black Panther Premiere are Liquorose, Tacha and Erica!
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Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is a 2022 American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character Black Panther. Produced by Marvel Studios and distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, it is the sequel to Black Panther (2018) and the 30th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).
The film is directed by Ryan Coogler, who co-wrote the screenplay with Joe Robert Cole, and stars Letitia Wright, Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira, Winston Duke, Dominique Thorne, Florence Kasumba, Michaela Coel, Tenoch Huerta, Martin Freeman, and Angela Bassett. In the film, the leaders of Wakanda fight to protect their nation in the wake of King T’Challa’s death.
Ideas for a sequel began after the release of Black Panther in February 2018. Coogler negotiated to return as director in the following months, and Marvel Studios officially confirmed the sequel’s development in mid-2019.
Plans for the film changed in August 2020 when Black Panther star Chadwick Boseman died from colon cancer, with Marvel choosing not to recast his role of T’Challa. Other main cast members from the first film were confirmed to return by that November, and the title was announced in May 2021. Production initially took place from late June to early November 2021, in Atlanta and Brunswick, Georgia, as well as around Massachusetts, before a hiatus to allow Wright to recover from an injury sustained during filming. Production resumed by mid-January 2022 and wrapped in late March in Puerto Rico.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever premiered at the El Capitan Theatre and the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood on October 26, 2022, and will be released in the United States on November 11, 2022, as the final film in Phase Four of the MCU.
With the release of Black Panther in February 2018, producer Kevin Feige said there were “many, many stories” to tell about the character, and he wanted director and co-writer Ryan Coogler to return for any sequel;
Marvel Studios wanted to keep the creative team as intact as possible, while Walt Disney Studios chairman Alan F. Horn, despite feeling it was too early to discuss a sequel, was also positive about the desire to have Coogler return as director.
Coogler wanted to see how Chadwick Boseman’s T’Challa / Black Panther would grow as a king in future films, since his reign only recently began in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) in contrast to the comics in which he had been king since childhood.
In March 2018, Feige said there was nothing specific to reveal about a sequel, but Marvel had ideas and a “pretty solid direction” on where they wanted to take a second film.
That month, Boseman’s agent Michael Greene was in negotiations for the actor to return as T’Challa in two planned Black Panther sequels for a reported pay of $10 million and $20 million, respectively.
By October, Coogler had closed a deal to write and direct a sequel to Black Panther. Despite both Marvel and Coogler having always intended to work together again after the first film’s success, Coogler avoided rushing into a deal. Negotiations with Coogler were completed “under the radar” in the months following the first film’s release. He was expected to begin writing the sequel in 2019, ahead of a planned filming start in late 2019 or early 2020