Okoye in Black Panther - Credit (s): Marvel Studios
The MCU's release schedule is full, to say the least! This is without counting the projects that have not yet been officially announced by the Marvel Studios teams.
Whether on the side of films or Disney + series, we must therefore expect future announcements. Among the latter there will undoubtedly be a spin-off with the character of Okoye, introduced in Black Panther and embodied on the screen by Danai Gurira.
The project would indeed be currently in development according to an article from The Hollywood Reporter, highlighting the best lawyers in Hollywood in 2021.
One of these lawyers is Jamie Mandelbaum, and it is explained that the latter made a deal allowing actress Danai Gurira to not only reprise the role of Okoye in Black Panther 2, but also in a spin-off series. to Disney +.
This project is described as an "origin spinoff series", without the subject being specified, so there is a chance that it is the Black Panther spin-off on the previously announced Wakanda, and not a show specifically centered on Okoye.
Nevertheless, the origins and the course ofthe leader of the Dora Milaje will undoubtedly be addressed through this new series. The universe of Black Panther being as vast as it is appreciated, Marvel Studios may also have decided to devote not one, but two spin-offs to it. Case to follow!
Credit: The Hollywood Reporter
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