With MCU spinoffs and various miniseries arriving on Disney+ every year, Duc Winston seeks to get into the action. The actor portrays M’Baku in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, a character first introduced in Black Panther in 2018. While we haven’t seen too much of M’Baku (compared to other main characters within the MCU), his character has proven engaging in his few appearances.
Of course, M’Baku will come back for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, and he could play a bigger role after the devastating loss to Chadwick Boseman. However, Winston Duke is looking to be included in a world where Hawkeye, Scarlet Witch, Loki and Agatha Harkness get their own Disney+ shows. During an interview with Collider after his appearance at the D23 Expo, Duke was asked what he would want a M’Baku spin-off to focus on if it ever comes to fruition. He insists his answer is purely hypothetical but likes the idea of exploring what his character would look like in the world.
“Say it again, so everyone can hear it. Say it again, for the people in the back. The Jabari-Lands are such a rich cultural space within Wakanda that it would be really cool to explore it. We’re talking purely hypothetical here. We just spit and dream. You dream with me, my great friend. I like the idea of what M’Baku would be like in the world. That would be pretty cool because he’s not a character we usually see exploring. I think his type of honor code would be pretty cool to see him interact with so many other things.
Whether we’ll ever see an M’Baku spin-off is still up in the air, as Marvel has already introduced a slew of characters as we dive deeper into the Multiverse saga. However, his role in the overall MCU should continue as long as he doesn’t meet an unfortunate demise in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is almost ready to be published
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has the daunting task of following the first film without the direction of Chadwick Boseman. The film will no doubt attempt to honor his legacy, as much of the film seems to revolve around it. The brief official synopsis for the sequel reads: “The nation of Wakanda stands opposed to intervening world powers as it mourns the loss of its King T’Challa. »
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever features several familiar faces, including Martin Freeman, Angela Bassett, Lupita Nyong’o, Letitia Wright, and Danai Gurira. Tenoch Huerta is set to join the cast as Namor, the main antagonist of the upcoming film. Ryan Coogler leads the project as he did with Black Panther and serves as a writer alongside Joe Robert Cole. The long-awaited sequel to the 2018 hit is coming to theaters soon, with Black Panther: Wakanda Forever premiere November 11.
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