We still have a while to wait until Marvel's Black Panther is released in February 2018 — but in the meantime, here's everything we know out T'Challa's first solo outing.Check back here for regular updates about Black Panter news and our first cinematic adventure into the land of Wakanda!
It ended with some of the students holding up their fists as a sign of black power.
Data from Start Class shows that the school's population of 1,500 students is 30 percent black.
The double filming schedule means it's been difficult to decipher who from the Black Panther cast will return for Infinity War (but we hope it's pretty much all of them!
)With a full year left to go until Black Panther premieres, we still have a while to wait until we get to see a full Black Panther trailer.
Over in the comics, Klaue (there known as Klaw) has a personal vendetta against the royal Wakandan bloodline, so his involvement is sure to stir up some trouble. pic.twitter.com/0Yl Yf Nq RTS— Atlanta Filming (@Atlanta Filming) February 8, 2017 #Marvel released our first official synopsis for Black Panther in January.
So I took some great shots of #Andy Serkis filming #Black Panther... In true Marvel fashion, the fate of the whole world will hang in the balance.Check out more of the art below: In recent Black Panther casting news, both Martin Freeman and Andy Serkis have been confirmed for the Black Panther cast.Martin Freeman will reprise his role as Everett Ross, the snappily titled "Deputy Task Force Commander of the Joint Counter Terrorist Centre", whom we last saw in Captain America: Civil War.We'll likely see a trailer during 2017's summer blockbuster season; with Spider-Man: Homecoming aiming for a July 7 release date, we may see the Black Panther trailer attached to Spidey's theatrical release.- T'Challa / Black Panther - Often credited as the 'first mainstream black superhero', Black Panther has a been a mainstay of Marvel Comics since his first appearance back in 1966.In the cavalcade of characters in 2016's Captain America: Civil War, it was hard to pick one stand-out character — but for many, Chadwick Boseman's Black Panther stole every scene he was in.