'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever' has a few surprising cameos — here they all are
Warning: There are spoilers ahead for "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever," which is now on Disney+.
The sequel has surprising and obvious cameos, and a few appearances you may miss.
Anderson Cooper and Michael B. Jordan are among those who show up in the movie.
Anderson Cooper appears as himself giving CNN news reports.
Cooper appears twice, delivering breaking news reports about character deaths.
Lake Bell plays a character named Dr. Graham.
Near the start of the film, Graham's team is using a device created by Riri Williams to find vibranium deep in the Atlantic Ocean. They wind up disturbing Namor's people and get massacred as a result.
Fans have believed Bell's character may turn out to be the MCU's version of a "Fantastic Four" character named Lucia Von Bardas who works for Dr. Doom.
In "Wakanda Forever," Graham appears to die in a helicopter crash caused by Namor.
Bell previously voiced Black Widow on Disney+'s Marvel series, "What If...?"
Trevor Noah reprises his role as Shuri's artificial intelligence, Griot.
"It's basically like African Siri. That's what I am," Noah recently said when describing his role in the first film to Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show."
According to Merriam-Webster, the term "griot" describes an African tribal storyteller and musician who preserved and passed down a tribe's history.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus returns as Contessa Valentina Allegra de Fontaine.
She's working for the government in a high-ranking position.
On the side, Val has been recruiting her own group of powerful individuals, including John Walker/US Agent and Yelena Belova, for a supergroup of her own, separate from the Avengers, that should become the Thunderbolts.
In the comics, Val joins Hydra and becomes known as Madame Hydra.
Michael B. Jordan briefly reprises his role as Killmonger.
The most shocking addition to "Wakanda Forever" is Jordan's reprisal of Erik Stevens aka Killmonger, who was killed off in the first movie.
Killmonger appears briefly on the ancestral plane in the sequel.
Richard Schiff appears early in "Wakanda Forever" during a United Nations meeting.
The Emmy-winning "The West Wing" actor represents the United States at the United Nations meeting early in the film.
"The Walking Dead" actor Travis Love appears as M'Bele.
M'Bele first appears during a Wakandan council meeting alongside M'Baku. He's a high-ranking member of the Jabari tribe and is seen beside M'Baku throughout the film.
Love appeared on season three of "The Walking Dead" as one of the Governor's Woodbury soldiers, Shumpert.
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