While much of it is comprised of scenes we've seen before edited together in a new way, the spot makes clear that a large part of the movie is going to focus on the political struggle between T'Challa (Chadwick Boseman) and impeccably named bad guy Erik Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan)-and their clashing visions for the future of Wakanda. This will be Jordan's first time playing a villain, something he'd wanted to do for a while.
Written and directed by Ryan Coogler, hot property since performing double duty on 2013 drama "Fruitvale Station" and then 2015 action movie (and "Rocky" franchise continuation) "Creed", the "Black Panther" movie is set for a USA debut on February 16, 2018. "But it stuck with me afterwards".More news: Zimbabwe: Latest - Chiwenga Mohadi Confirmed State VPs
"It took me to a dark place". "There's a lot of physical moments and action sequences throughout this film that cause us to really challenge ourselves, and also fall deeper into character".More news: Salisbury District Hospital parking charges income revealed
The film follows T'Challa, introduced to the Marvel Cinematic Universe franchise in 2016's ensemble movie "Captain America: Civil War". Aside from a few solid and genuinely good ones, most have been somewhat disposable.
As Hollywood finds a need to diversify its offering for modern movie-goers, Black Panther is an obvious choice. On a side note, he also looks to be one of the "smoother" rogues to come out of the MCU. M'Baku (Winston Duke) is the leader of a Wakandan sect that is against T'Challa's decision to engage with the outside world.More news: Government statement on Jadhav issue on Thursday
Directed by Ryan Coogler and co-starring Lupita Nyong'o, Danai Gurira and Martin Freeman, Black Panther will open in the United Kingdom on 12 February 2018.