Destiny 2: Where Is Xur Today? Location and Exotic Items for September 30-October 3

The pile of mysteries, Xûr, is now live in Destiny 2 for the weekend until next week's reset. If you're looking to get your some shiny new Exotic armor or weapons for your Guardian, look no further.

Each week, Xûr has a random assortment of Exotic armor, one for each Guardian class, as well as a random Exotic Weapon and an Exotic Engram available for purchase. In addition to his Exotic wares, he's got a random collection of Legendary weapons and armor to deck out your Guardians.

We've rounded up all the info on Xûr for the week including where to find Xûr, which Exotic weapons and armor are available, as well as which Legendary weapons you should pick up, either for PvE or PvP.

Where Is Xûr Today?

Xûr's location can be found at The Tower on September 30 through October 3. To reach him, travel to the landing point at The Courtyard and make your way to the Hangar. You'll find ol' snake-face chilling near the stairs at the back of the Hangar area.

What's Xûr Selling Today?

Exotic Engram

Cerberus+1 - Exotic Auto Rifle

ST0MP-EE5 - Exotic Hunter Leg Armor

  • 4 Mobility
  • 22 Resilience
  • 6 Recovery
  • 12 Discipline
  • 2 Intellect
  • 16 Strength
  • Total: 62

Dunemarchers - Exotic Titan Leg Armor

  • 7 Mobility
  • 26 Resilience
  • 2 Recovery
  • 12 Discipline
  • 2 Intellect
  • 12 Strength
  • Total: 61

Astrocyte - Exotic Warlock Helmet

  • 18 Mobility
  • 7 Resilience
  • 8 Recovery
  • 16 Discipline
  • 7 Intellect
  • 9 Strength
  • Total: 65

The highlight this week is the Astrocyte Verse, a glorious Warlock exotic with a pretty decent roll this week. The others are pretty forgettable.

Exotic Weapons

Hawkmoon - Exotic Hand Cannon

  • Paracausal Shot
  • Arrowhead Brake
  • Alloy Magazine
  • Quickdraw
  • Combat Grip

Dead Man's Tale - Exotic Scout Rifle

  • Cranial Spike
  • Fluted Barrel
  • Accurized Rounds
  • Subsistence
  • Composite Stock

Another week of rolls of these two reliable exotics and either would make a fine roll (though we've definitely seen better in the past). Pick them up if you need them -- both are pretty decent!

Legendary Weapons

Whispering Slab - Combat Bow

  • High-Tension String/Natural String
  • Fiberglass Arrow Shaft/Natural Fletching
  • Killing Wind
  • Opening Shot
  • Accuracy Masterwork

Timeline's Vertex - Fusion Rifle

  • Impulse MS3/Toch HS3
  • Accelerated Coils/Ionized Battery
  • Lead From Gold
  • Disruption Break
  • Range Masterwork

Jian 7 Rifle - Pulse Rifle

  • SPO-57 Front/SPO-28 Front
  • Armor-Piercing Rounds/Flared Magwell
  • Full Auto Trigger System
  • Rampage
  • Range Masterwork

Sojourner's Tale - Pulse Rifle

  • Arrowhead Brake/Full Bore
  • Appended Mag/Light Mag
  • Moving Target
  • Opening Shot
  • Reload Speed Masterwork

Lonesome - Sidearm

  • Full Bore/Hammer-Forged Rifling
  • Armor-Piercing Rounds/Light Mag
  • Zen Moment
  • Demolitionist
  • Range Masterwork

Friction Fire - Submachine Gun

  • Extended Barrel/Full Bore
  • Appended Mag/Extended Mag
  • Auto-Loading Holster
  • Wellspring
  • Handling Masterwork

Falling Guillotine - Sword

  • Hungry Edge/Jagged Edge/Temptered Edge
  • Burst Guard/Heavy Guard
  • Tireless Blade
  • Surrounded
  • Impact Masterwork

The only weapons I like this week are Whispering Slab, which has a great roll for aggressive bow play, and Falling Guillotine (which is always good).

Warlock Legendary Armor

For Warlocks, Xûr is selling the Wild Hunt set which includes:

Wild Hunt Gauntlets

  • 2 Mobility
  • 10 Resilience
  • 17 Recovery
  • 14 Discipline
  • 15 Intellect
  • 2 Strength
  • Total: 60

Wild Hunt Chest Armor

  • 20 Mobility
  • 6 Resilience
  • 6 Recovery
  • 19 Discipline
  • 6 Intellect
  • 8 Strength
  • Total: 65

Wild Hunt Helmet

  • 13 Mobility
  • 6 Resilience
  • 12 Recovery
  • 6 Discipline
  • 20 Intellect
  • 6 Strength
  • Total: 63

Wild Hunt Leg Armor

  • 13 Mobility
  • 8 Resilience
  • 10 Recovery
  • 14 Discipline
  • 2 Intellect
  • 15 Strength
  • Total: 62

Wild Hunt Bond

Warlocks have been served up one quite good piece this week in the chestpiece, which has spikey mobility that some floating friends might enjoy. Skip the rest!

Titan Legendary Armor

For Titans, Xûr is selling the Wild Hunt set which includes:

Wild Hunt Gauntlets

  • 16 Mobility
  • 2 Resilience
  • 12 Recovery
  • 9 Discipline
  • 11 Intellect
  • 12 Strength
  • Total: 62

Wild Hunt Chest Armor

  • 16 Mobility
  • 2 Resilience
  • 12 Recovery
  • 23 Discipline
  • 8 Intellect
  • 2 Strength
  • Total: 63

Wild Hunt Helmet

  • 16 Mobility
  • 10 Resilience
  • 2 Recovery
  • 2 Discipline
  • 7 Intellect
  • 20 Strength
  • Total: 57

Wild Hunt Leg Armor

  • 2 Mobility
  • 19 Resilience
  • 9 Recovery
  • 6 Discipline
  • 6 Intellect
  • 18 Strength
  • Total: 60

Wild Hunt Mark

Titans have a halfway decent chestpiece, but nothin that I can enthusiastically recommend, unfortunately. Keep your chin up, Titan -- maybe next week!

Hunter Legendary Armor

For Hunters, Xûr is selling the Wild Hunt set which includes:

Wild Hunt Gauntlets

  • 6 Mobility
  • 24 Resilience
  • 2 Recovery
  • 18 Discipline
  • 2 Intellect
  • 9 Strength
  • Total: 61

Wild Hunt Chest Armor

  • 22 Mobility
  • 7 Resilience
  • 2 Recovery
  • 10 Discipline
  • 12 Intellect
  • 9 Strength
  • Total: 62

Wild Hunt Helmet

  • 6 Mobility
  • 12 Resilience
  • 10 Recovery
  • 2 Discipline
  • 20 Intellect
  • 7 Strength
  • Total: 57

Wild Hunt Leg Armor

  • 13 Mobility
  • 2 Resilience
  • 16 Recovery
  • 2 Discipline
  • 14 Intellect
  • 13 Strength
  • Total: 60

Wild Hunt Cloak

Just like Titans, Hunters are in for a world of hurt if they were hoping for some good legendary armor rolls. RIP.

That's a wrap on Xûr for this week, Guardians! What do you think of this romantic tension between The Drifter and Eris Morn? Do you think something will come of it? Let us know in the comments! For more on Destiny, check out all the news from the Lightfall reveal and read about how Sony's purchase of Bungie fits into its larger plans.

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Robert Eggers’ Nosferatu Casts Bill Skarsgard, Lily-Rose Depp

The upcoming Nosferatu movie from Robert Eggers has found its vampire.

According to Deadline, Bill Skarsgard has joined the upcoming gothic horror while opposite Lily-Rose Depp who is still in talks to star.

The Nosferatu remake is set in the 19th Century and will tell the story of a haunted young woman who becomes the object of obsession for an ancient Transylvanian vampire.

A Nosferatu remake has been in the works since 2015 and is something of a passion project for director, Robert Eggers. The project almost came to fruition in 2019 with Harry Styes and Anya Taylor-Joy… but was ultimately shelved.

Eggers then went on to make his recent hit film, The Northman, which debuted earlier this year.

“After The Northman, Eggers started looking at other projects but always had his eye on coming back to the gothic tale,” said Deadline. Once the film passed from Studio 8 to Focus Features, the filmmaker locked it in as his next project.

It’s reported that Skarsgard has been in the running for the role of the vampire since the project’s earlier iteration with Styles and Taylor-Joy… but now it looks as though he could be joined by Lily-Rose Depp instead.

Considering his terrifying look as Pennywise in Stephen King’s It and It: Chapter Two, I get the feeling Eggers is onto a winner when it comes to Nosferatu.

The original Count Orlok, the vampire in Nosferatu, was played by Max Schrek, and was renowned for its horrific visage. Similarly, Skarsgard’s role in It become renowned for its unsettling look, and it seems Skarsgard has managed to carve himself out quite a niche.

IGN’s review of The Northman gave it 8/10 and said: “Robert Eggers’ Viking revenge saga The Northman works best when it dives head-first into dreams and disorienting visions, but it slows down when it becomes a more traditional Hollywood narrative. With viciousness relegated to its margins, it often feels neutered and bloodless, but still ends up on the right side of entertaining thanks to its pulsating music and measured performances.”

Eggers will both write and direct Nosferatu, while Jeff Robinov, John Graham, Eggers, Chris Columbus, and Eleanor Columbus are on board as producers.

Want to read more about Nosferatu? Check out who Robert Eggers wants for the Nosferatu remake as well as why Eggers added CG genital in The Northman.

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Exclusive: Optimus Prime and Other Transformers are Joining Magic: The Gathering

Optimus Prime and other Transformers characters are becoming Magic: The Gathering cards in the upcoming The Brothers' War expansion.

The crossover was revealed at Hasbro's PulseCon, with Wizards of the Coast announcing that the cards will be featured as the first Universes Beyond set that exists within another normal expansion.

Six characters were revealed:

  • Optimus Prime, Autobot Leader / Optimus Prime, Hero
  • Goldbug, Scrappy Scout / Goldbug, Humanity’s Ally
  • Starscream, Seeker Leader / Starscream, Power Hungry
  • Soundwave, Superior Captain / Soundwave, Sonic Spy
  • Flamewar, Streetwise Operative / Flamewar, Brash Veteran
  • Slicer, High-Speed Antagonist / Slicer, Hired Muscle

There will be 15 Transformers cards in total but each one is available in two different styles. One depicts the G1 1980s-style characters, and the other depicts the latest Shattered Glass comics in which Autobots are evil and Decepticons are good. Where the newer characters didn't exist previously, they've been reimagined in the classic aesthetic.

Each card is also double-sided, with one side showing the Transformers in robot mode and the other in vehicle mode. They'll be spread randomly throughout The Brothers' Arms set boosters, collector boosters, and the Bundle Box, but will be distinguished by special Universes Beyond frames and holofoil stamps.

Given their unique mechanics, the Transformers cards are only playable in Commander, Legacy, and Vintage formats despite appearing in a standard set. Two new keywords will be introduced in the Transformers cards: More Than Meets the Eye and Living Metal.

"It was important we find a seamless way of integrating our Transformers characters into the world of Magic the Gathering while ensuring the cards remained true to both brands. Our characters have both a robot mode and an alt-mode, so making each card double-sided allowed us to feature one of our brands most important and fun elements: duality of form," Habro's Head of Action Brands Jenny Whitlock says.

"We’ve been looking for a place to put Transformers, and in a world full of giant mechs and sweet artifacts, it made sense."

The former allows players to cast them on the backside for an alternate cost while the latter makes all Transformers in vehicle mode also count as a create and does not require it to be crewed.

"Normally in Magic, you crew your vehicles with your creature," Gavin Verhey, principal game designer at Wizards of the Coast tells IGN. "But nobody hops in and drives Optimus Prime. So, we solved that with the final Living Metal mechanic, which also plays into the fact that they’re robots in disguise on your opponent’s turns."

Verhey also explained why these cards would be included in The Brothers' Arms set and not included separately like its previous Universes Beyond expansions such as Fortnite and Street Fighter.

"There are so many fan-favorite Transformers characters, not to mention the Shattered Glass versions too, that we wanted to make sure we could launch many of them," he said, "and 20 cards is outside of the scope of what we’ve done so far."

Verhey continued, "Brother’s War is an incredible set that retells one of the most classic stories of Magic," Verhey said. "There’s a lot for established players to dig into here, but we wanted to have something that might catch the eye of someone who didn’t have the background of Brother’s War to get them excited about the set. And finally, as mentioned before, we’ve been looking for a place to put Transformers, and in a world full of giant mechs and sweet artifacts, it made sense."

As for what's ahead, Verhey couldn't confirm whether or not these Transformers cards would get versions created for the Magic: The Gathering's Standard format, but did say that Wizards of the Coast is open to the idea.

"There are currently no plans to create in-universe versions, but we absolutely have the technology available to us to print in-universe versions if we need to," he said. "For example, if one breaks out as a very popular card and we need to reprint an in-world version at some point."

Transformers isn't the only popular IP that Magic: The Gathering has partnered with recently, most recently announcing a Warhammer 40K collection. That's not all though, as Doctor Who, The Walking Dead, and Netflix's Arcane have also had special sets.

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Ubisoft Announces Playtests for a New Co-Op Shooter, Project U

Ubisoft has just announced a new co-op shooter, Project U.

Almost nothing is known about the upcoming game, which was announced today, but Ubisoft has already opened registration for its upcoming playtests.

“Codename ‘Project U’ explores a new concept of session-based co-op shooter, where many players unite to prevail against an overwhelming threat!” says the game’s official announcement.

The game is currently in early development, with the first PC-only closed playtest taking place in western Europe.

Although the game will be entirely in English, the company is encouraging players from across Europe to get involved and will be available in France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Austria, Switzerland, Portugal, Spain, and Italy.

“We'd love to play with you and gather your valuable feedback in order to improve the game experience and steer production in the right direction!” said Ubisoft.

If you’re interested in taking part in Project U playtesting, you can register here.

This isn’t the first time recently that Ubisoft has announced a new project with a playtest. The upcoming Project Q, a team battle arena game that isn’t a battle royale, was announced in much the same way.

Other than the game’s registration page, there’s very little to go on when it comes to Project U. However, it does feature some artwork that depicts an armored team of players making a standoff against a colossal horde of angular, machine-like enemies.

Whether this means we should expect a horde-mode style of gameplay remains to be seen. Either way, it looks like an interesting addition to Ubisoft’s line-up, and we’ll be popping our names down ASAP.

Want to read more about Ubisoft’s upcoming games? Find out why Skull and Bones has been delayed again, and check out every Ubisoft game that’s currently in development.

Ryan Leston is an entertainment journalist and film critic for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter.

Kevin Feige: Werewolf By Night ‘Will Ultimately Become Quite Important to the Future of the MCU’

The MCU has explored many different facets of genre fiction, from paranoia thrillers to sci-fi adventures. Werewolf by Night is Marvel's attempt to go all-in on classic horror, and according to Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige, it could have a major impact on the MCU going forward.

In a new behind-the-scenes featurette exclusive to IGN, Werewolf by Night's creators talk about the creation of the new Halloween special, which will star Gael Garcia Bernal as Jack Russell — the MCU's take on Universal's classic Wolf Man.

"We wanted to explore entirely new characters and entirely new sides of the MCU with this unusual, fun, and frightening spin on the supernatural," Feige explains during the featurette.

Laura Donnelly, who plays Elsa Bloodstone in the new special, calls it something "brand-new that we've never seen in this universe before."

But it's a brief comment by Feige that may raise some eyebrows among MCU fans.

"We are introducing a world that will ultimately become quite important to the future of the MCU," Feige says in his typically cryptic fashion.

Feige's comment follows the confirmation of MCU Phase 5 and Phase 6 during San Diego Comic-Con, which outlined the future of the MCU for years to come. Will Jack Russell have something to say about the resolution of the Kang the Conquerer and Secret Wars arcs? We'll just have to see.

In any event, Werewolf by Night will be the MCU's first holiday special, just edging out the Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special. The one-hour special will release on October 7.

Kat Bailey is a Senior News Editor at IGN as well as co-host of Nintendo Voice Chat. Have a tip? Send her a DM at @the_katbot.

Community Is Finally Getting Its Long-Promised Movie

Community got 6 seasons and, as the prophecy foretold, is finally getting the long-awaited movie.

Peacock has ordered a movie based on the long-running comedy by Dan Harmon. Perhaps even more exciting, is that almost all the original cast members will return, including Joel McHale, Danny Pudi, Alison Brie, Gillian Jacobs, Jim Rash, and Ken Jeong. Notably, original starts Yvette Nicole Brown and Donald Glover have not been confirmed – and Chevy Chase is extremely unlikely to return after a very public falling out over the show.

Along with the movie, Peacock has also secured non-competitive rights to air Community Season Six.

“‘Six seasons and a movie’ started out as a cheeky line from Community’s early seasons and quickly ignited a passionate fan movement for this iconic, hilarious and cool (cool, cool) NBC comedy,” said chairman of entertainment content at NBCUniversal Television and Streaming, Susan Rovner. “We’re incredibly grateful that 15 years later, we are able to deliver fans this promised movie and can’t wait to get to work with Dan Harmon, Andrew Guest, Joel McHale, Sony, and our partners at UTV to continue this epic comedy for Peacock audiences.”

Earlier today, a Tweet from Community star Joel McHale hinted that the movie, which has been teased ever since the show wrapped in 2015, might be on its way.

The Tweet is a reference to the phrase “Six seasons and a movie” which has popped up time and time again on the show, and subsequently its devoted fanbase.

It was first uttered by Abed (Danny Pudi) during the Season 2 episode, Paradigms of Human Memory – a spin of the “flashback that never happened” episode trope that clearly resonated with fans. Taking a shot at the canceled TV show, The Cape, this episode sees Abed dressed as the Cape from the show during one of the flashbacks that never happened.

Jeff is visibly angered and shouts “The show's gonna last three weeks!” In response, Abed says “Six seasons and a movie,” while running off, creating the meme that became a rallying cry for fans of Community across the globe – especially as the show seemingly faced cancellation throughout its own six seasons.

Now, with the show’s six seasons behind us, it looks as though Community is finally getting its own movie, and it’s been on the cards for some time. Creator Dan Harmon has been saying that the film “will happen” since 2016, with regular updates suggesting the film is on its way over the years.

Most recently, Harmon revealed that he pitched a Community movie back in August… and it looks as though Peacock took him up on the idea.

Community creator Dan Harmon is writing the movie and is also on board as executive producer, but no director has been locked in as yet. McHale, Andrew Guest, Russ Krasnoff, and Gary Foster are also on board as executive producers.

Want to read more about Community? Check out the biggest challenge to making a Community movie as well as Donald Glover’s off-the-cuff pitch for the film.

Ryan Leston is an entertainment journalist and film critic for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter.

Jurassic World Director Says There Should Only Have Been One Jurassic Park Movie (But He’s Planned More)

Director Colin Trevorrow has suggested there should only ever have been one Jurassic Park movie but that he ultimately made Dominion so the franchise could find its way forward.

In a recent interview with Empire magazine, Trevorrow suggested Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park was an "inherently un-franchisable" movie that probably didn't warrant any sequels, so in order to forge a new path for the franchise to continue, it was important to evolve the series and find fresh opportunities for where it could go, especially after Jurassic World Dominion.

"For the franchise to be able to move forward – because it's inherently unfranchisable, there probably should have only been one Jurassic Park – but if we're gonna do it, how can I allow them to tell stories in a world in which dinosaurs exist, as opposed to, here's another reason why we're going to an island?" he said, explaining how he adjusted his thinking for Dominion.

After changing the DNA of the franchise and shifting focus to a story about characters coexisting with dinosaurs, Trevorrow said he spoke to Universal about where the franchise could potentially go next. He shared his hopeful outlook that Dominion had laid the groundwork for future Jurassic movies rather than acting as a conclusion of the franchise.

"This movie clearly takes a real interest in creating new characters that a new generation is going to latch on to – Kayla Watts [DeWanda Wise], and Mamoudou Athie's character Ramsay Cole, who I think, in the Extended Edition, you really feel his purpose in a greater way. And Dichen Lachman's character [Soyona Santos], who just gets arrested at the end," he said. "There's more to come."

Dominion saw the return of Jurassic Park legends Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum, and Sam Neill, but many criticized the film for squandering this reunion.

IGN's review of Jurassic World Dominion called it "an imperfect addition" to the blockbuster franchise, but praised the film's narrative for managing to introduce "an impressive marriage between ever-present nostalgia and the constantly evolving challenges of having prehistoric creatures roaming free in our world."

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Google Reportedly Passed on a Stadia-Exclusive Follow-Up to Death Stranding

Hideo Kojima was reportedly working on a follow-up to Death Stranding that was meant to be an exclusive title for Google Stadia. However, it was apparently canceled due to its single-player nature.

According to a report by 9to5Google, the next Death Stranding (there's no word on whether it was a sequel prequel, or spin-off) would not have had the first game’s collaborative and asynchronous multiplayer features, such as building bridges in your world that could show up in other players’.

This was reportedly the basis for Google’s decision to cancel the game, as the company believed that a solo experience wouldn’t sell very well. The game was reportedly in early development as Google greenlit the project, but when the company was shown mockups in 2020, the project was subsequently canceled. The final decision was reportedly made by Stadia general manager Phil Harrison.

We've contacted Kojima Productions and Google for comment. [Update: Kojima Productions declined to comment]

Google announced yesterday that it would be shutting down Stadia on January 18, 2023. Thankfully, Google is offering full refunds for those who bought into the platform. It’s been a rocky road for the game streaming platform, as the first biggest sign of its decline was when Google decided to shut down its first party development studios last year.

Currently, Hideo Kojima is working on a game with Microsoft that will utilize the company’s “cutting edge technology,” particularly its cloud services. Earlier this year, Norman Reedus seemingly confirmed that a sequel to Death Stranding was also in development.

George Yang is a freelance writer for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @yinyangfooey

NECA’s New Shredder Figure Pays Homage to the Original TMNT Comics

NECA is currently king of the hill when it comes to high-quality Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles figures, no matter whether you prefer your TMNT collectibles to be based on the animated series, live-action movies or the classic Mirage comics. The latter group will be especially pleased with NECA's latest exclusive figure, which pays homage to Shredder's earliest comic book appearances.

NECA's new Shredder figure is directly inspired by Kevin Eastman and Peter Laird's early comics, from the sculpt right down to the new black and white paint scheme. Get a closer look at this new figure in the slideshow gallery below:

Like the rest of NECA's TMNT line, this Shredder is sculpted in a 7-inch scale. It includes multiple interchangeable weapons and hands and features unique packaging with art from Eastman. The packaging is designed to match NECA's other Mirage-inspired TMNT figures, including the recent Fugitoid figure.

This Shredder figure is also notable for being the first release in a new partnership between NECA and Walmart. The two have teamed for an online platform called AutoT, which focuses on limited edition collectibles and the promise of guaranteed authenticity. Figures purchased through AutoT can be stored in a digital vault, allowing fans to show off their collections online. AutoT will also offer signed versions of certain collectibles. In the case of Shredder, 1 out of every 10 figures will be randomly autographed by Eastman.

Walmart and NECA will be revealing more information about the AutoT platform on Monday, October 3. Preorders for the Shredder figure will go live on October 6, and in-person AutoT kiosks will also begin showing up in select Walmart stores on October 15.

2022 has been a good year for the TMNT franchsie as a whole, with both the arcade brawler Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder's Revenge and the animated film Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movie doing justice to the franchise's colorful legacy.

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Winston Duke Posts New Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Photos

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever star Winston Duke has shared some new images from the upcoming MCU sequel, spotlighting M'Baku, Nakia, and Riri Williams, amongst others.

Anticipation is building in the lead-up to the theatrical release of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, which will officially mark the end of the MCU's Phase 4. Actor Winston Duke decided to treat fans by sharing a fresh glimpse of the movie on Instagram. "New Wakanda Forever stills are here people," he wrote in the caption. "It's almost that time… I've got chills already!!"

The gallery gives a teaser of what's to come in Wakanda, starting with a photo of Duke's M'Baku standing stoically in a full suit of armor, followed by an image of Nakia dressed in all-white. Ramonda and Nakia are both pictured separately with Riri Williams, who is making her MCU debut in the film, while the spotlight is also directed at new character Aneka.

Instead of one lead character, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will focus on the larger supporting cast, including Letitia Wright's Shuri, Angela Bassett's Queen Ramonda, Winston Duke's M'Baku, and Lupita Nyong'o's Nakia, as they navigate the passing of the original Black Panther and the theme of moving on in the face of insurmountable odds.

According to a recent theater listing, the upcoming Marvel movie clocks in at 2 hours 41 minutes – that makes it the longest Phase 4 movie as well as the longest non-Avengers film in the entire MCU - but with plenty of new stories emerging in the recent Wakanda Forever teaser trailer, it looks like there’s plenty of justification for a pretty hefty runtime.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will be released in theaters on November 11, 2022. For more, check out why Namor is a villain in the film and our breakdown of the sequel's first trailer.

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