On 16th February, long live the king...
Here we have Andy Serkis' character Ulysses Klaue / Klaw opposite Everett K. Ross (Martin Freeman) who first appeared in Captain America: Civil War. We've seen this scene before in Trailer #1 where he is being interrogated over the watchful eye of none other than T'Challa himself.
T'Challa (Chadwick Boseman) is welcomed into a Wakandan city by the Dora Milaje special guards.
Here we have T'Challa being presented with his Black Panther mask, this seems to be the same setting that Michael B Jordan's 'Killmonger' turns into the Gold Panther. On the right Forest Whittaker's character Zuri can be seen placing it on T'Challa. Zuri is a trusted Shaman to T'Challa and has been described by Director Ryan Coogler as the "Black Panther's version of Obi-Wan Kenobi"
In the comics, Zuri was a friend and companion of King T'Chaka, and served as special attendant and warrior of his son T'Challa. He was also a good friend of Thor.
A new angle of Erik Killmoger preparing the bomb that blows down the wall of the interrogation room scene at the start of this, and previous trailers.
A shot we've seen multiple times throughout the trailers, must be part of the 3rd act between T'Challa, Klaw and Killmonger. Seems to be taking place in an Asian megacity perhaps Tokyo or Beijing
ASO's favourite scene from the trailer, just Chadwick Boseman looking absolutely incredible sat down surrounded by the Dora Milaje.
Michael B. Jordan alongside 'Get Out' and 'Black Mirror' star, Daniel Kaluuya who plays W'Kabi. W'Kabi is a fierce warrior from the Wakandan Border Tribe and T'Challa's best friend, so could this be a turn for W'Kabi?
Another visually stunning scene here in which T’Challa travels perhaps through the spirit realm to communicate with a group of panthers prowling around a tree. In this trailer it appears as if T'Challa and the panthers will communicate in some form, possibly helping him throughout his journey as Black Panther.
Quite possibly the war that Zuri was foreshadowing earlier in the trailer...
And that's your lot, a lot was re-used clips from old trailers so this is all the new footage.
Black Panther is out in cinemas February 16th 2018. Long live the King!
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