After this weekend’s monumental release, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, fans are already waiting for more from the franchise. There has been a fan movement in recent years asking for the release of the director’s cut of movies in the last few years, and this Marvel movie is no different.
When speaking about the possibility Nate Moore, long time Executive Nate Moore he says,
“There’s some [scenes] from the Director’s Cut that didn’t make it forward. There’s some that we played with for a long time, and screened, and screened multiple times.” He continued, “We’re notorious for tinkering a lot in editorial and trying things. Ryan, by the way, is as well. So, things are in, things are out. ‘What about this over here?’ So, some are closer to completion, some are pretty raw.”
When asked about releasing a director cut, the Marvel team said “never say never” but it will most likely not happen.
“We’ve typically resisted that, and I think we’ll continue to because we like to think we and the filmmakers landed on what the movie should be,” the producer added. “So, I don’t know that we’ll ever assemble it – I’ll never say never. I don’t think we’ll assemble it into a longer Director’s Cut. But certainly, I think there’s ways to get those scenes out there in the world without building an extended edition.”