Black Panther 2 images leaked, with tribute to Chadwick Boseman

Black Panther 2 images leaked, with tribute to Chadwick Boseman

The second part of Black Panther It is already in the process of filming. The new movie about Marvel’s superhero is called Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Y has a great emotional charge, as its original protagonist, Chadwick Boseman, died last year, aged 43.

Now from the Marvel Studios film set some images were leaked that advance the tribute that the actor will receive, who died suddenly from colon cancer on August 28, 2020. With his unexpected death, the character was left without a goodbye to match.

In the video you can see the throne room of King T’Challa with a detail that pays tribute to the fallen hero, with an inscription on the pillars that surround the room that was not in the first part.

What the fans interpret

According to the interpretation of some Marvel fans who translated the native language of Wakanda, in which the phrase is written, what can be read says: “Rest in power, King T’Challa, our hero. It has been an honor. Wakanda forever“.

Although the message is fragmented, clearly alludes to the early disappearance of the character and also to that of the actor, in a double tribute full of nostalgia for Boseman and his unforgettable performance.

But Marvel prepares something extra for fans of Chadwick Boseman. This is the animated series ‘What if…?’ , for which the actor made a recording of his voice playing T’Challa in an alternate reality in which he became Star Lord instead of Peter Quill. This aural memory will premiere on August 12.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever awaits its official premiere on July 8, 2022, again directed by Ryan Coogler, who is also the screenwriter with Joe Robert Cole.

For its part, the rest of the cast is the same as in the first part: Lupita Nyong’o will play Nakia again; Danai Gurira also reprises her role as warrior Okoye, as does Letitia Wright, who returns as Princess Shuri; Martin Freeman as Agent Everett K. Ross, Winston Duke as M’Baku, and Angela Bassett as the Queen Mother Ramonda.

Chadwick Boseman. The actor who died in 2020 will receive a tribute in the sequel to “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.” Photo EFE.

This sequel is also joined by Michaela Coel in a still unconfirmed role and the Mexican Tenoch Huerta, who according to rumors could play Namor, the king of Atlantis. This way, Huerta would make his presentation in the Marvel Universe like the great nemesis of Wakanda.

After the shock of the entire production team by the death of Boseman, the studio carried out the sequel in which, according to what is known so far from the script, T’Challa will disappear from history since they decided not to replace him with another actor or create a digital version.

“There is only one Chadwick and he is no longer with us.”Marvel Studios Executive Vice President Victoria Alonso said when the actor died. “Our king has sadly died in real life, not just fiction, and we are taking a little time to see how we go back to history and what we do to honor this chapter of what has happened to us that was so unexpected, so painful, so terrible, actually. “

Therefore, in this second part, the story will go to the past of Wakanda. When T’Challa passes to the astral plane, he meets not only his father, T’Chaka, but also ancient Black Panthers who have reigned over Wakanda for centuries.



WHO warns that the Delta variant has already been detected in 132 countries

WHO warns that the Delta variant has already been detected in 132 countries

“Almost four million cases were reported to the WHO last week and, based on current trends, we estimate that the total number will exceed 200 million in the next two weeks,” he said about the disease that increased their deaths by 80% in Africa in the past four weeks, according to the Sputnik news agency.

The variant detected for the first time in India keeps the health authorities of governments around the world on alert.

For example, the United States announced this week that it will maintain current restrictions on international travel due to the spread of this strain; in France the Delta appears more and more highly among the control tests on the arrival of patients to the hospital; in Russia it is already predominant in 95% of detected cases; and in Latin America, as Paraguay reported today, the first community cases are beginning to circulate in some parts.

“Variants of concern” are considered to be those that are characterized by greater transmissibility or lead to increased virulence or a change in clinical picture or reduce the effectiveness of health and social measures or of available diagnostics, vaccines and therapies.


Former Presidents Demand More Effective Actions From The OAS To Stop The Persecution Of Opponents In Nicaragua

Former Presidents Demand More Effective Actions From The OAS To Stop The Persecution Of Opponents In Nicaragua

The Democratic Initiative of Spain and the Americas (IDEA) group, made up of 37 former heads of state, complained this Friday to the Organization of American States (OAS) “Deploy more effective actions” so that “the prosecutions and prosecution”Of those who do not adhere to the government of Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo in Nicaragua.

Through a statement, IDEA participants -among whom is former president Mauricio Macri- recalled that in June 2021 they put on record “The open contempt of the Nicaraguan dictatorship of all the recommendations that the OAS itself, the United Nations and the European Union had done to it ”to ensure“ democratic standards ”for the elections that should take place next November.

“Bad democratic governments can remain indifferent given the very serious situation that the aforementioned republic is going through, ”the letter adds, after listing the arrests and barriers imposed on the opposition by Ortega’s administration.

The Argentine government, under the presidency of Alberto Fernández, refrained from speaking out against its Central American counterpart, claiming that it prefers to avoid the doctrine of foreign inference in State affairs, which was worth it. strong criticism from human rights organizations.

In addition to Macri, among the signatories of the IDEA letter are José María Aznar, former Spanish president; and the current Uruguayan president, Luis Lacalle Pou, among others.

Full text

The former heads of State and Government participating in the Democratic Initiative of Spain and the Americas (IDEA), once again express their concern and urge the Organization of American States to deploy more effective actions to stop the persecutions and prosecutions of those who oppose the dictatorial regime of Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo in Nicaragua.

In our previous statement, dated June 4, 2021, we recorded the open contempt by the Nicaraguan dictatorship of all the recommendations made by the OAS itself, the United Nations and the European Union in order to ensure the democratic standards of the elections that should be held in November.

There are now twenty-nine (29) opponents who have been arrested and thus disqualified by the dictatorship from participating in the planned elections, on the burdensome antecedent of the 328 fatal victims of the repression unleashed by the Ortega Murillos against the protesting population in 2018, as confirmed by human rights organizations.

The recent arrest of former Foreign Minister Francisco Aguirre Sacasa (1997-2002) and the prosecution for treason against the homeland of Berta Valle and Victoria Cárdenas, wives of Félix Maradiaga and Juan Sebastián Chamorro, two imprisoned political leaders, is part of the same pattern of violations systematic rights for which the government of Daniel Ortega is responsible; who in turn has ordered the elimination of twenty-four (24) NGOs, of which fifteen (15) are in charge of defending the right to health of Nicaraguans during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Democratic governments can hardly remain indifferent to the very serious situation that the aforementioned Central American republic is going through, ignoring the mechanisms for the defense of democracy that are legitimately provided by international law, particularly inter-American law. And multilateral organizations, in turn, must bear in mind the obligations of prevention imposed on them by their statutes, in situations that presage turning into humanitarian tragedies.

July 30, 2021

José María Aznar, Spain

Óscar Arias S., Costa Rica

Nicolás Ardito Barletta, Panama

Felipe Calderón H., Mexico

Rafael Angel Calderón, Costa Rica

Alfredo Cristiani, El Salvador

Federico Franco, Paraguay

Vicente Fox Q., Mexico

Eduardo Frei R., Chile

César Gaviria T., Colombia

Osvaldo Hurtado L., Ecuador

Luis Alberto Lacalle H., Uruguay

Mauricio Macri, Argentina

Jamil Mahuad W., Ecuador

Mireya Moscoso, Panama

Andrés Pastrana A., Colombia

Jorge Tuto Quiroga, Bolivia

Miguel Ángel Rodríguez, Costa Rica

Luis Guillermo Solís, Costa Rica

Álvaro Uribe V., Colombia

Juan Carlos Wasmosy, Paraguay


Paraguay reported on the community circulation of the Delta variant in Asunción and the Central Department

Paraguay reported on the community circulation of the Delta variant in Asunción and the Central Department

Last week the health portfolio had already reported on the presence of the variant that was proven to be the most contagious in Paraguay and, after more exhaustive studies, it was decided to declare its community circulation, reported the local media Ultima Hora.

According to official data, more than a third of the target population 10 years and older has at least one dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, equivalent to 36% of this population.

In this context, the Paraguayan Ministry of Health reported 537 cases of coronavirus and 56 deaths in the last 24 hours.

Community transmission of the Delta variant is a matter of concern for Argentina and the rest of the region. This Thursday, the National Director of Migration, Florencia Carignano, said that “it is a matter of time” until the Delta variant has community circulation in the country, but stressed that “it will find us better unemployed” thanks to the progress of the national campaign vaccination against coronavirus.

Until this Thursday, there were 46 cases of Delta variant detected in the country, all of them from people who came from abroad. But it was known that a man in the province of Córdoba returned from Peru infected with the Delta Variant SARS-CoV-2, infected at least 13 others and about 160 had to be isolated.


Crisis in South Africa: they declared a “state of disaster” to the province where there were fatal protests

Crisis in South Africa: they declared a “state of disaster” to the province where there were fatal protests

According to what has been indicated by the president, the material damage caused by the clashes with the police and the looting will require an investment equivalent to more than US $ 3,400 million.

Meanwhile, Nardos Bekele-Thomas, UN resident coordinator in South Africa, reiterated the agency’s “unconditional” support for the regional government.

“Our support to KwaZulu-Natal is unconditional and we will work with you in an emergency mode, not only for immediate needs, but in the medium and long term,” said the official.

Missed vaccines

The looting and destruction of more than 120 private pharmacies in the province caused the loss of 47,000 anticovid-19 doses, although, according to what the Government reported, the campaign did not stop because “most of the public vaccination sites they were not damaged. “

However, the authorities raised the alert for the destination that the thousands of drugs that were stolen from these stores may have.

“A store that had vaccines was gutted and emptied, and those are the medicines that we are worried about entering some kind of illicit market,” remarked the deputy director general of National Insurance, Nicholas Crisp.

To date, South Africa has more than 6 million people vaccinated with at least one dose, representing only 8.62% of its total population, a number that adds to the low average across the entire African continent.


Spain: they get the name of “Che” Guevara from a street and a park in Zaragoza

Spain: they get the name of “Che” Guevara from a street and a park in Zaragoza

The city council of Zaragoza, in Spain, decided to remove the name of Ernesto “Che” Guevara from a street and a park in that city.

The measure had been approved almost two years ago, after Jorge Azcón, from the Popular Party (PP), took office after an agreement with Ciudadanos and with the support of the far-right party Vox.

The two tributes to the Argentine guerrilla were voted during the 16 years of leftist governments in the capital of Aragon. The street was voted in 1988, when Antonio González Triviño was mayor; while the park was named “Che Guevara Park” in February 2006, when ex-minister and judge Juan Alberto Belloch was in charge of the City Council.

Given the advance of the right in Spain, Vox added seats and on July 31, 2019 managed to approve, with the support of the PP and Citizens, the motion to remove the name of “Che”. In that election, both the PSOE and Podemos voted against. The measure was approved but not carried out until now, when it was confirmed by the Zaragoza city council.

The street named “Comandante Ernesto Che Guevara” will be renamed Ana María Suárez López, in homage to a victim of the jihadist terrorism, murdered in Cambrils, Tarragona, in August 2017.

López was 67 years old when was stabbed by a terrorist on the Paseo de las Palmeras.

While the “Parque del Che Guevara” will now be called “Parque de Teresa Perales Fernández”, in honor of the Paralympic swimmer that apart recently was recognized with the Princess of Asturias Award for Sports.

As soon as the resolution was known, Vox came out to boast and criticize “Che”, leader of the Cuban Revolution. “He was a psychopath who ran a concentration camp. It is unethical for such a character to give a name to a public space, “said Julio Calvo, a municipal spokesman for Vox and a former councilor in Zaragoza, who has had controversial projects such as killing abandoned dogs” because keeping them alive is expensive. “

It is not the first initiative of Vox against “Che” Guevara. In 2019, Rocío Monasterio, current president of Vox in Madrid and the daughter of a Cuban father and a Spanish mother, proposed that the bust in honor of the guerrilla in Leganés be removed or that a plaque be put on with the list of all the people he murdered.

“Communism, which killed 100 million people, cannot be praised”Monastery said.