'Black Panther' Teaser Trailer Gives A Detailed Look At Klaue, Wakanda, Erik Killmonger, and More

Tom Holland's Spider-Man may have been the most memorable addition to the MCU we were introduced to in Civil War, but how could anyone forget Chadwick Boseman's portrayal of the King of Wakanda himself. Black Panther is a character fans such as myself have been dying to see on screen for years, both alongside The Avengers, and eventually in his own standalone movie. But the film had been discarded and postponed for so long, many of us figured it might never even happen. Well Marvel certainly made up for lost time but now only casting such a talented actor in the lead role, but also bring on board one of the best up and coming directors in the industry, and a cast that will make your jaw drop. Now we finally get our first taste of what to expect, thanks to an all new trailer.

Below is the first teaser trailer for Ryan Coogler's Black Panther:
And here's the official poster many fans have argued has been terribly photoshopped:
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After seeing this trailer, its hard not to get insanely hyped for this movie being a Black Panther fan. Marvel managed to nab a very proven director with Ryan Coogler (Creed), and it shows just through the cinematography and costume designs seen in the trailer. You can tell how elaborate and thorough Coogler's design of Wakanda is, with the perfect mix of futuristic and African influences. The movie's costumes and settings also show us a lot of color which seems to be of great importance to Marvel lately (See Thor: Ragnarok and Guardians Vol. 2). Overall fans couldn't have asked for a better big screen adaption of the complex and advanced Wakanda we know from the comics. 
As for the characters, there's definitely a lot of faces both familiar and new throughout this trailer. We get a look at returning characters Everett Ross (Martin Freeman) and Klaue (Andy Serkis); who is a famous Black Panther villain. But it doesn't seem Klaue will be the main villain of the film, as we get several fight sequences involving Michael B. Jordan's Erik Killmonger. Surely Coogler brought on his favorite collaborator to play the film's title villain, especially one with as rich a history with T'Challa as Killmonger. We also get a look at Winston Duke's Man-Ape, but it still isn't clear how important of an antagonist he will be.
So what did you think of the Black Panther trailer? Do you think it could be one of Marvel's best solo movies yet? Let us know below!