WOW! There is a new King in Wakanda!
T'Challa/Black Panther played by Chadwick Boseman, is wearing the mantle of the Black Panther. In the May 6, 2016 of Marvel's Captain America: Civil War, we got our first glimpse of Black Panther, and now we will get to see his homeland and his struggle as he replaces his father, King T'Chaka played by John Kani in Marvel's Civil War.
(Click the picture to watch teaser trailer)
The Black Panther Movie Director, Ryan Coogler's trailer opens up with the "Klaw" Ulysses Klaue played by Andy Serkis asking Everett K. Ross played by Martin Freeman about the land of Wakanda, from what looks like a storage facility/interrogation room with a two way mirror...while T'Challa and Ayo played by Florence Kasumba are watching on. The trailer continues with few glances of the beautiful African land known as Wakanda, and what appears to be the Black Panther airship. Wakanda is a fictional city in Africa, is the most technologically advanced civilization in the world.
A couple of action scenes of the Black Panther taking down some bad guys are up next, and what seems to be Michael B. Jordan as Erik Killmon who appearing to be the antagonist of the film, along with Zuir played by Forest Whitaker in traditional African clothing standing in the front of the people of Wakanda. You also see the Lupita Nyong'o as Nakia, maybe a possible love interests for the King. To round out the cast of the film are Danai Gurira/Okoye, Daniel Kaluuya/W'kabi, Angela Bassett/ Ramonda, Winston Duke/M'Baku, Sterling K. Brown/N'Jonu, Letitia Wright/ Shuri and Phylicia Rashad.
The movie is slated to be released February 2018.
My daughter Jordan feels that the Black Panther suit that we fell in love with in Marvel's Captain America: Civil War, will be altered or changed slightly. Or it may be a totally new looking suit. Looks like the girls will live it regardless, just because Chadrick Bisrman is in it!
I am just saying, I think Marvel Studios has another hit on their hands. But feel free to tell me what do you think? How do you feel about the cast? Do you think his story will pick up after Marvel's Captain America: Civil War or would it be a flashback before the the Civil War when T'Challa went to the US?