Drama on (and under) the high seas

The VFX in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever make a big splash.

Karen Moltenbrey

(Source: Marvel) In January 2018, 12 primary visual effects houses took us to the secret high-tech world of Wakanda. In November 2022, we returned to find the citizens mourning the death of their beloved king, T’Challa, also known as the Black Panther.  As we learned in the first film, Wakanda has a valuable, powerful energy resource, vibranium, that others covet. To protect the citizens of Wakanda from those with nefarious intentions, Wakanda is invisible to the outside world. What outsiders see is a barren African landscape. However, that security has been broken, and the timing could not have been worse

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