Well, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been a part of our lives for years now. A world of superheroes saving Earth and other planets and space every other day – it’s all exciting to watch! Over time, Marvel Studios has introduced heroes of diverse backgrounds, genders, and sexual identities. However, according to recent reports, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever was supposed to feature a gay kiss on-screen, but didn’t make it into the final cut. Here’s what the first scene was thought of and how it turned out. Scroll down to find out!
After a long time, Black Panther 2 was the one movie that really touched and felt the nostalgic Marvel under the MCU. Fans had liked the film in every way, but now there was one thing which is troubling the fans a lot.
deleted scene script black Panther:Wakanda Forever has been posted on r/script writing On Reddit featuring Florence Kasumba’s Ayo and Aneka played by Michaela Cole. The scene takes place at the end of the film, where Io arrives at Anika’s Wakandan apartment to propose.[restore the warrior] as dora [Milaje], And from there along with their conversation Aneka gives [Ayo] A kiss on the cheek, “to which Kasumba’s Wakandan warrior responded”.[kissing] Aneka on the lips.
However, the final cut was nothing like it, but many can be seen kissing Ayo’s forehead. Apparently, that wasn’t even in the final cut script. It was written when Aneka would shout at Ayo to avoid the Talokanil warrior, Ayo would respond with ‘Thanks my love’, as reported by The Direct.
Well, mcuIt was a little jarring to see such a beautiful and empowering moment cut between two women embracing all kinds of progressive mindsets around society and reflecting their films. Well, it is a mystery why the scene was cut. what do you think Tell us!
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