The new footage, released with the launch of advance ticket sales, features new shots of Wakanda’s warriors in combat and Jordan’s Erik Killmonger delivering some sinister dialogue.
“You’re telling me the king of a third world country runs around in a bulletproof catsuit?” Martin Freeman’s Everett K. Ross asks at the beginning of the latest trailer.
The trailer shows Serkis’ Ulysses Klaue using his vibranium-enhanced prosthetic to blast through the wall of a casino.
Viewers also get to see more of several other characters including Angela Bassett’s Ramonda and Forest Whitaker’s Zuri.
The new trailer dropped during the college football National Championship game Monday night after Lamar closed his halftime performance with two words: “Black Panther.”
Lamar was teasing the upcoming Marvel movie, whose soundtrack he executive produced.
Many viewers voiced their excitement for the film on Twitter.
— BRIΔN G. (@803BG) January 9, 2018
— Mark Ellis (@markellislive) January 9, 2018
Happy to hear Vince Staples’ music in the latest #BlackPanther trailer.
Big Fish Theory’s soundscape was soundtrack material.
— rayneutron (@RayNeutron) January 9, 2018
— Dwayne M (@dwayne_pg) January 9, 2018
That #BlackPanther trailer didn’t show me nothing I didn’t already see and I’m still hype
— Ali In His Prime (@Lambo_Dreamz) January 9, 2018
— WillPolk ⚡#IDONTMIND (@willmpolk) January 9, 2018
— comicgirl (@mattmurdocswife) January 9, 2018
@MarvelStudios @Kevfeige Hey I was watching the new TV spot for #BlackPanther & it was so on 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 that it caused my phone to literally catch on fire & explode. I now demand that you pay my hospital bills & get me a new phone so please DM me now https://t.co/ADByVbUn7u
— Jacob Dominguez (@SonofSunday) January 9, 2018
Trump gets booed, Kendrick Lamar gets a standing ovation, and we get an exclusive preview of Black Panther. Good evening! #NationalChampionship
— Jemisha (@JemiSHaaaZzz) January 9, 2018
— Letitia Wright (@letitiawright) January 9, 2018
Things I’m excited about:
1. Black Panther
2. Stan Lee’s cameo in Black Panther
— Jesse McLaren (@McJesse) January 9, 2018
— Arisa Cox (@arisacox) January 9, 2018
IS IT FEBRUARY YET???? #BlackPanther
— Momil® (@TheGreatSyed007) January 9, 2018
“Black Panther” opens in Canadian theatres on Feb. 16.
Watch the newest trailer in the video above.