It's clear that Black Panther is unlike any movie we've seen before: the lush Afro-futurism, the majority-black cast, the epic political intrigue. We recently learned that Kendrick would be producing and curating the music for the soundtrack of Black Panther, along with his label boss, Top Dawg. T'Challa as Black Panther must work with the American government to protect Wakanda from the enemies within and from the possibility of being dragged into a world war. "The Black Panther lives!" exclaims Danai Gurira; the Walking Dead veteran plays Okoye, one of his loyal bodyguards. Just in case you were for some reason suffering from chronic stupidity sceptical, here is another as Marvel has released a new trailer to woo us all into the cinemas come February 16 to watch the first non-white led Marvel superhero movie.
"Black Panther" hits theaters on February 16. As Ulysses Klaue, an arms dealer working in South Africa, he has a personal and vague vendetta against Wakandan king T'Challa and the rest of the nation of Wakanda.
New Trailer: 'Red Sparrow,' With Jennifer Lawrence
Dominika Egorova (Lawrence) is a Sparrow, a weapon "in the global struggle for power". Fans of Lawrence in X-Menand The Hunger Gameswill get to see her kick butt again.
"I want your weapons, your secrets". "I think it's a little bit of a family drama", he added, mentioning how that adds a family-drawn element in the film.