Marvel Is Recreating Letitia Wright’s Black Panther Lab for the Public (Photos)

2018 Black Panther It’s an epic movie for many reasons. For one person, what it can do in the name of representation is huge and extremely important. While Chadwick Boseman sadly won’t be able to see the franchise continue, his legacy will last forever with the series. There’s another character appearing in the first installment that looks set to become the most important of the current series: Letitia Wright’s Shuri.

When she was first introduced, the Wakandan scientist and inventor instantly became a fan favorite. Fans want her everywhere and hope to see her interact with the wider MCU as much as possible, including her joint pairing with Peter Parker.

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Now, it looks like Marvel Studios and London’s Science Museum have teamed up to make an installation they hope will inspire and teach visitors. What better culture to bring into the limelight than Wakanda and its engineering feats?

Recreate Shuri .’s Lab

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A new free gallery has been announced for the Science Museum in London. Settings will search “to change the perception of engineering careers and inspire tomorrow’s technicians.”

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The exhibition will feature real UK technicians working in the NHS, National Grid and the University of Sheffield’s Center for Advanced Manufacturing Research, and many other UK facilities. However, Marvel fans will have one more surprise: the heart of the whole installation will be “a remake of a movie for Shuri’s Laboratory” in Black Panther.

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Guests will be able to “step into the shoes of studio technicians adjusting lighting, combining sound and dialogue with moving images, and using visual effects technology.”

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It’s unclear if that image is a full rendering, but the only similarity it shows so far is the artwork on her workspace’s central pillar, like seen in Black Panther.

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But why was this exhibition built in the first place? The notice cites a recent report outlining how “the country needs about 800,000 more technicians and apprentices to meet demand in the economy:”

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“… a recent report said the country needs about 800,000 more technicians and apprentices to meet the demand in the economy for the kind of hands-on science work to drive innovation and economic growth. .”

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Public Black Panther Lab

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Marvel fans are sure to enjoy this new experience, but to be honest, from what they’ve introduced so far, it all seems a bit bare-bones with just a blue screen and some art work. similar art in the center.

Even so, those screens may be part of the visual effects portion of the installation. Guests can create several versions of the rest of the room on the computer using that backdrop.

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Regarding Shuri’s future, fans can expect to see her in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever later this year. Many rumors suggest that she may be picking up the cloak left by the late Chadwick Boseman.

After the drama came and went, her future became even more clear. The actress has been the source of some controversy over the past year or so; It wouldn’t be surprising if Disney wanted to reduce her role in the broader MCU.

Either way, hopefully this character’s immense intelligence will continue to inspire countless generations for years to come.

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BlackPanther: Wakanda Forever will hit theaters on 11/11.

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