Business paper The Hollywood Reporter A long feature piece has been posted about many high profile lawyers going into the details of recent agreements on behalf of their clients.
This piece shows filmmaker Todd Phillips “agreeing to co-write another Joker installment”. In the final report, Philips and Warner Bros. Pictures were considering ideas for a sequel, but no significant progress was made. It has thought more than it thought.
Another profile also revealed that former “The Walkie Dead” actress Danai Guerra has closed a deal to reprise the role of General Okoye, who had previously starred in ‘Black Panther’ at Marvel Studios.
In particular, he hinted that Guerra would return not only to Ryan Googler’s sequel “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” but also to the Disney + Spin-Off series set for Disney + service. Coogler is developing the series as part of its five-year overall exclusive TV agreement with the studio.
No possible release dates have been set for any of these projects, including “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”, which hits theaters in July next year.