It’s hardly ever that sports and superheroes?collide. However, tonight if you’ve been preparing to watching Game 4 with the NBA Finals, you will end up in for a treat. Marvel is releasing a teaser trailer for upcoming Black Panther movie.
After witnessing T’Challa, aka Black Panther, who’s going to be played by?Chadwick Boseman, consume your dream in Captain America: Civil War, it wouldn’t be considered a stretch to state many a Marvel fan is waiting around for more news for the newest addition for the Marvel Universe line-up. But not only was Black Panther an appealing and welcome team member with the Avengers’ last cinematic quarrel as Ironman and Captian America waged war throughout the world, though the images and cast announcements have rallied much support with the upcoming, stand-alone film.
So, certainly, today with poster released by Marvel Studios, in addition to the commitment of a trailer appearing tonight, it’s news worth sharing. Nevertheless, you may have to watch a little basketball if you’d like to watch the premiere live. A little investment if you’re a die-hard Marvel fan.
Check out of the new @MarvelStudios #BlackPanther poster & watch game 4 tonight for any premiere of your teaser trailer! Witness the legend pic.twitter.com/wQZO8iPO8O
— Marvel Studios (@MarvelStudios) June 9, 2017
At now, there exists simply a description available around the story with the Black Panther movie, saying that T’Challa must defend his home, Wakanda, from coming?destruction planned by?forces outside and within. But there are several information on the cast. Loads of heavy hitters fill out the roles nicely.?Michael B. Jordan (Fruitvale Station, Fantastic Four), Lupita Nyong’o?(Queen of Katwe, The exorcist: The Force Awakens), and Martin Freeman (The Hobbit series, Sherlock) are just a a few of the leading actors during this star-studded and talented crew.
If you really want to get the teaser on a Television screen in your area, Game 4 starts at 6pm PST (9pm EST).
Black Panther have been around in theaters February?16th, 2018, so mark your calendars Marvel fans.
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