Marvel plans to release three movies per year for the next couple of years in addition to producing its numerous TV shows, so it can be said that the studio has a full plate. Each project looks more exciting than the one before, and no one can deny that Black Panther is a bit above the rest as the first MCU movie about a black superhero.
The character's introduction in Captain America: Civil War left many with the impression that Chadwick Boseman's T'Challa ranked among the coolest of the big-screen superheroes. As a result, each bit of Black Panther-related news is received with great enthusiasm.
Marvel released the first official poster for Black Panther earlier today. It doesn't reveal much of anything beyond a look at some Wakandan architecture. But it's quite majestic, and it focuses on a fully costumed T'Challa (minus headpiece) sitting on the throne, staring the audience down.
Check it out:
It's clear that Photoshop was used here, but it's still exciting, especially because the poster also announces the release of the first Black Panther teaser trailer!
Our first look at Black Panther will take place during tonight's NBA Finals Game 4, which starts at 6 PM PST! We know, it's just a teaser trailer! However, it's likely that the studio try to sell us Wakanda and introduce some of the main characters. Given the film's release date, it's about time.
Stay tuned tonight for the unveiling of the first Black Panther teaser trailer!