This full-length Black Panther trailer revealed things like the full scope of the African nation of Wakanda, the fabled "El Dorado," as well as the advanced technology developed there using the extraterrestrial ore known as Vibranium. We also got to see how Vibranium is used in the fighting suits worn by both Black Panther (T'Challa) and his rival The Golden Jaguar (Erik Killmonger). In addition to that, we also got to see the new sonic weaponry that transforms Ulysses Klaue (Andy Serkis) into Marvel Comics villain Klaw.
So how are fans reacting to this new Black Panther trailer? See for yourself:
Not surprisingly, the Black Panther trailer is impressing a lot of fans - even more so than the stylistic first trailer did. Marvel Studios is single-handedly increasing the prevalence of fire emojis on the Internet today. ????
Black Panther trailer may be the greatest Marvel trailer of all time. Already looks like it’ll be the best Marvel movie.— Neelay Purohit (@Neels330) October 16, 2017
New Black Panther trailer makes the movie look 10000x more insane holy fuck— eddie (@gnarw0lff) October 16, 2017
With its hip-hop and urban culture influences, Black Panther officially has his name ringing out in the streets right now!
Black Panther trailer has me shook!! #BlackPanther— H O N ES TL Y (@CariJenner) October 16, 2017
That new black panther trailer is hard bruh— Sauce Lord (@jh_mcfly) October 16, 2017
waiting for the inevitable griping over Black Panther trailer...— Paul Comeau (@sceptre1067) October 16, 2017
Some people are upset that this Black Panther trailer is as good as it is. The excitement for this awesome-looking Marvel movie is distracting a lot of people trying to get into work mode for the week!
A Black Panther trailer on a Monday????? How got damn disrespectful how am I suppose to get any work done for the rest of the week— Sade Sellers (@IAMSadeSellers) October 16, 2017
WHEN YOU FORGOT TO TAKE YOR HEADPHONES THIS MORNJNG AND THEN THE BLACK PANTHER TRAILER IMMEDIATELY DROPS— c'est moi (@angeyish) October 16, 2017
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This being Marvel's first solo film featuring a black superhero and hip-hop overtones, you can understand why those who fall into either or both demographics are especially excited!
Of course, those who don't fall into those demos are also excited, though apparently worried that they won't fit the full "cool" of the film...
I know every black person was prepared to see black panther just cuz. But that trailer looks so fucking lit.— NeverDead (@DollarSignTED) October 16, 2017
The official Black Panther trailer just gave me heart palpitations.
I’ll never be cool enough to pull off the handshakes, though.— Jared (@Jared_84) October 16, 2017
As stated, the hip-hop culture and musical influences that director Ryan Coogler is putting into Black Panther has struck a chord with a whole new branch of Marvel fans.
RTJ in the 1st trailer, Vince Staples in the 2nd. just hook Black Panther up to my veins— Soldier: 69 (@FreddieQuimby) October 16, 2017
Just heard @vincestaples on the black panther trailer. Dope shit kid. ✊✊— #Outsider (@61luko) October 16, 2017
Black Panther opens in theaters on February 16, 2018. Other upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe movies include Thor: Ragnarok on November 2, 2017, Avengers: Infinity War on May 4, 2018, Ant-Man and the Wasp on July 6, 2018, Captain Marvel on March 8, 2019, the fourth Avengers movie on May 3, 2019, the sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming on July 5, 2019, and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 in 2020.prev