Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, out Friday, brings audiences back to Wakanda for the first time since 2018.
The movie begins by explaining how a meteorite made of vibranium, believed to be a gift from the Panther god, Bast, crashed into Wakanda.
A flashback to 1992 shows King T’Chaka visiting his brother N’Jobu in Oakland, Calif., who is undercover.
In present day, following T’Chaka’s death, viewers are introduced to T’Challa right before his coronation, which includes a ceremonial event where any tribe in Wakanda can battle T’Challa for the throne.
One of the last stones Thanos had to collect was the Mind Stone that was implanted in Vision.