Published: Thu, October 19, 2017
Culture&Arts | By Hattie Nash

Another Look! Watch The Latest 'Black Panther' Trailer

Another Look! Watch The Latest 'Black Panther' Trailer

T'Challa a.k.a. Black Panther is the current king of Wakanda.

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A "third world" country, a king cheered by crowds, a high tech ride and vibranium-enhanced suits - the trailer of Black Panther tells us that it is a Marvel feel with a very different vibe.

Civil War saw the death of T'Challa's father, who was assassinated. The Black Panther mantle is passed down from generations. The pieces were set into motion earlier than that when Andy Serkis (Gollum in the Lord of the Rings) AKA Ulysses Claw appeared in Avengers Age of Ultron as he was caught plundering Vibranmium a valuable metal only found in Wakanda. In one frame, we see him with his shirt off with innumerable scarifications on his skin, and we see him another where he transforms into his golden Jaguar suit (that comes out from his body), giving an explanation for the scars all over him.

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At Comicon not so long ago, the cast of Black Panther, the new flick from the juggernaut of blockbusters Marvel, sat back as they watched their trailer for the first time. Basically, it allows T'Challa to literally commune with the past. The connection to the MCU and the comic is made clear to readers as we see T'Chaka watching news coverage of Tony Stark revealing himself to the world as Iron Man, an important moment from the movie that began the MCU as we know it, in the first Iron Man film.

February 16 can not possibly get here soon enough as I am honestly concerned with is possibly Marvels biggest production yet and with its first ever black protagonist.

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