Black Panther director Ryan Coogler has revealed why he won't be boycott Georgia for the sequel of his superhero movie. On Friday, Black Panther director Ryan Coogler said he would shoot the hit movie's sequel in Georgia as planned, despite his opposition to restrictions on voting rights in the state that have prompted calls by some for a boycott. Coogler said in a guest column for Hollywood trade website Deadline.com that pulling out of Georgia to make the sequel would adversely affect the lives of people involved in making the film.
Coogler also said, "Our film is staying in Georgia. Additionally, I have made a personal commitment to raise awareness about ways to help overturn this harmful bill".