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New ‘Black Panther’ Trailer Has More Action, Awesomeness – Twitter Users React

Still from Marvel Studios' Black Panther - Rise TV Spot

New ‘Black Panther’ Trailer Has More Action, Awesomeness – Twitter Users React

Marvel released the all-new and much talked about trailer from their upcoming biggest blockbuster of 2018, Black Panther during the halftime show of the College Football Playoff National Championship game.

With barely a month left for the film to release, an all-new Black Panther trailer was unveiled this evening after a halftime performance by Kendrick Lamar. The performance lasted for approximately 8 minutes and featured a mix of his hits which included DNA, Element, Humble and All The Stars. In fact, All The Stars is Lamar’s first single from the soundtrack of the film. The singer walked off the stage after saying: “This is TDE… Black Panther.”

The latest TV spot for Marvel’s tale on Wakanda gives us a better glimpse into the fictional world combined with more action and awesomeness. The new teaser is an extension of what we have already seen in the previous trailer. Take a look at the new trailer below.

In the new teaser, we get to see Shruri’s great sense of humor as she greets her brother by mocking his title (she refers to him as ‘my King’).

T’Challa’s (Chadwick Boseman) fight against a group of men is likely to serve as a flashback to his Panther training since just before the fight, a shot of Zuri (Forest Whitaker) placing a panther mask over T’Challa’s face is shown.

There is an interesting scene in the new trailer where it seems like T’Challa is interacting with a group of animals as he is shown looking up at the big cats. It seems from the looks of it that the shot might have great significance for the film. A few new unreal awesome action shots will leave you spellbound, asking for more.

Black Panther, directed by Ryan Coogler is all set to hit the theaters on February 16, 2018. Meanwhile, the tickets are already available. Grab them now!

Check out the trailer video below, and twitter reactions after that.

Source: Marvel Entertainment/YouTube

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