Marvel Studios unleashes new "Black Panther" peek

Marvel Studios unleashes new

Marvel Studios unleashes new "Black Panther" peek

He also said it "deals with royalty, you have a family element and you have a political side, too".

I'm pretty sure no one needs any further reason to want to watch Marvel's upcoming Black Panther.

"Do we really have to wait until February!" lamented Elwood L. Robinson, chancellor of Winston-Salem State University in Winston-Salem, N.C., on Twitter while sporting a Black Panther T-shirt.

Speaking of drawing from influences, inspiration, and James Bond, Coogler talked about A Prophet and how that film played a part in shaping Black Panther. It seems from the looks of it that the shot might have great significance for the film. Any time I'm making a movie, I'm always leaning on inspiration from that one.

After the events of Captain America: Civil War, King T'Challa returns home to the reclusive, technologically advanced African nation of Wakanda to serve as his country's new leader.

In the new movie, T'Challa, the Black Panther's real name, must battle longtime adversaries with the aide of his all-female bodyguards and a Central Intelligence Agency agent to maintain control of his country and prevent a world war.

Black Panther, which hits theaters in just over a month, released its latest, jaw-dropping trailer during the College Football National Championship on Monday night. Although the villains of the film, Michael B Jordan's Erik Killmonger and Ulysses Klaue are allies, it is not clear who will be the final villain of the King of Wakanda.

Black Panther: Long Live the King is a collaboration between Marvel Entertainment and Amazon's digital comics platform ComiXology.

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