Late actor Chadwick Boseman gestures to the media.
Niloufar Saleem, Staff Reporter
The film Black Panther will begin filming in July in Atlanta.
After the untimely demise of actor Chadwick Boseman, who was in the film, the sequel was temporarily put on hold.
The cast and crew of the Black Panther couldn't get over his death, and were mourning the loss of the great actor.
According to many sources of the media, the team is ready to begin shooting for the sequel of the superhit film.
The shoot is estimated to last for around six months.
The role of the late Boseman will be taken over by another actor, but sources haven’t confirmed the actor to be replacing him as yet.
Boseman who shot to fame after his role in Black Panther was diagnosed with stage III colon cancer in 2016.
In August, the actor died at home in Los Angeles, with his wife and family members by his side.
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