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There is a fact that one of the best part of Captain America Civil War is the appearance of T’Challa, a.k.a Black Panther (Chadwick Bozeman) and his technologically advanced African kingdom of Wakanda. Audiences are dying to see Black Panther get in action in his solo movie.
Their patience has been paid off with an amazing teaser of Marvel’s Black Panther revealing the awesomeness waiting for them in the full movie. By now, we learn from the teaser that Black Panther is going to tackles colonialism and ideas of monarchy with car-flipping action.
Let’s watch Captain America Civil War again to see how awesome Black Panther here:
Airing during an NBA finals game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors, the teaser debuted the first shots of T’Challa, the would-be ruler of the fictional African country of Wakanda. The trailer starts with Andy Serkis and Martin Freeman talking about how Wakanda is actually the mythical golden city El Dorado, with Serkis’s character boasting: “I’m the only one who has seen it and made it out alive.” A voiceover goes on later to predict that “soon there will only the conquerors and the conquered”, as armed groups attempt to stage what appears to be an invasion.
There is a little tease of the plot giving by Marvel that Black Panther is drawn into a formidable conflict that puts the fate of Wakanda and the entire world at risk.
The movie seems to be along the same lines with Ta-Nehisi Coates’s work on new version of Black Panther promising an “upheaval” of the character with the main tagline “it’s hard for a good man to be a king” – mirroring something Coates said when promoting his version of the comic.
“In Black Panther there is a simpler question: can a good man be a king, and would an advanced society tolerate a monarch?”
Director Ryan Coogler played a huge chunk of footage from Black Panther at Marvel’s Comic-Con this Saturday evening, but Marvel did not elect to put it online. I was lucky to have a chance to see the footage and I’m going to tell you everything about it, but be beware that you’re going to want to see the footage even more.
The movie seems to begin with a scene in a casino. T’challa and his guards Okoye (Danai Gurira) and Nakia (Lupita Nyong’o) appears to shut down a business deal of trading vibranium. Cool weapon, thrill action and funny lines, you can find them all. A long spear pulled out from nowhere despite of metal detector, running under bullet rain while flipping table, a laser gun, don’t tell me you haven’t got excited yet.
Next, we go to a scene of T’Challa being chased by a black Lexus He is still in his normal black suit, but as he starts running, though, the suit seems to almost dissolves away to become the Black Panther suit. Once that’s on, he does a back flip, and lands onto the car pursuing him.
We also see, T’challa in Black Panther suit drop himself from a flying plane into a jungle and take out bunch of guards in a glance.
There is scene of hi-tech that T’Challa’s sister, Shuri (Letitia Wright), is in a self-driving car speeding through a modern, neon-lit city. Not only hi-tech but also thrill action involves; guns, explosions, and crashes fill the screen as T’Challa jumps from car to car, and Okoye throws her spear into the ground, and a car crashes into it, almost splitting in two.
Thrill is coming up with a battle between T’challa and with Erik Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan). Killmonger has a gold tinted panther suit that makes him matched to Black Panther. As the two fight the battle spills into a large, deep hole and as they fall, they keep fighting.