During the 2018 College Football Championship Game on ESPN, fans were treated to a sneak peek of Black Panther, which hits theatres on February 16, 2018. We see Black Panther's humility when his sister Shuri bows in his presence and he tells her to stop.
Marvel released a new TV spot for their upcoming film, "Black Panther", which is the first solo movie for the titular character played by Chadwick Boseman. Fans got to see Kendrick Lamar perform his new song "All The Stars" during the National Championship halftime show.
Racial equality should not be the only reason you go watch this movie though because this one is looking excellent in its own right. Letitia Wright, who appeared recently in Black Mirror's fourth series' last episode, is playing the sister of T'Challa (Black Panther's real name) and she gives a mocking bow to her brother.
"Black Panther" hits theaters on February 16.
Ross' question offers irony to the kingdom of Wakanda where Black Panther, also known as King T'Challa, rules because it is actually highly advanced in terms of technology and weaponry based on the teaser trailer.
"As the father of two little black boys, I'm super-excited to have a superhero that looks like them on screen", said Glen Greezy of New York City, who, along with more than 900 of his friends on Facebook, plan to hit Times Square and see the movie together on opening weekend.