Early on Monday morning, Marvel Studios released the newest trailer for “Wakanda Forever,” the “Black Panther” prequel.
The teaser, which lasts for more than two minutes, depicts King T’Challa, played by Chadwick Boseman, being buried in Wakanda.
In the opening scene, Angela Bassett’s Queen Ramonda is seen carrying the well-known Black Panther helmet as other characters wear white in memory of their late King.
Then Tenoch Huerta’s character, Namor, and his underwater kingdom are introduced to the audience. They refer to him as K’uk’ulkan. The character M’Baku, performed by Winston Duke, referred to the feather serpent god. “To kill him would risk an endless battle.”
A lady wearing the Black Panther suit with added characteristics first emerges near the end of the action-packed trailer. The identity of the woman donning the new catsuit is unknown.
On Marvel’s YouTube channel, the trailer has received over 1.7 million views and counting.
The first trailer for the movie released in July at San Diego Comic-Con.
The first “Black Panther” movie without Boseman, who passed away in 2020 from colon cancer, is “Wakanda Forever.”
The movie premieres on November 11.