Coel is thought to have joined director Ryan Coogler at Atlanta's Pinewood Studios, where production began last month.
Though filming has started on Wakanda Forever, not much is known about the film's plot or how it will address T'Challa's absence following Chadwick Boseman's tragic passing.
'Both Wakanda and Atlantis are hidden civilisations with advanced technology and increased militaristic abilities that decided to separate themselves from the rest of the world for their own safety, and in a way, out of fear,' the details read.
Meanwhile, Winston Duke, who played Jabari leader M'Baku, has confirmed he will be back for the sequel.
'It was emotional to pack to go back to set. But we're all a bit of a family now and we grieve together, and we're making something really special.'
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has a release date of July 8, 2022. The first movie is streaming now on Disney+.
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