Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, the forthcoming superhero movie from Marvel Studios, has created huge excitement for 2 things, one is the intro to the new Black Panther and the other a peppy Zambian Song in the opening sequence. The movie which signifies the handoff of the director’s chair from Chadwick Boseman, commemorates the late actor’s demise and his character T’Challa.
The trailer unveils the antagonist Namor the Submariner and his fight with the surface world are best seen in the trailer. The new Black Panther is depicted considerably more favourably, which is the highlight.
In the opening scene of the Black Panther new trailer, Wakanda is seen watching T’Challa’s burial through a mural while his likeness looks on. A youthful Namor is also depicted painting a wall.
“Only the most broken people can be great leaders,” the voiceover declares. The action then picks up speed as Namor ascends to his throne and declares war on the inhabitants of the surface with a thump of his staff. His Talocan troops emerge from the ground and launch an unrestrained war. Then, M’Baku emphasises how strong Namor is by saying that his people refer to him as the “feather-serpent God” rather than as a commander or monarch.
Before we watch the deadly Namor confront Wakanda’s Queen Mother Ramonda as he takes the war to that country and we witness the majestic kingdom in ruins, a montage of action scenes are shown. Before the teaser ends on an impactful note and reveals the new Black Panther for the first time, a quick peek of Dominique Thorne as the MCU’s newest hero Ironheart can be seen.
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Leititia Wright’s character Shuri, who plays T’Challa’s sister, is regarded by many fans as having taken on the role.
“All I’ve been waiting for is Shuri assuming the role of the next Black Panther! One supporter penned, “If I were a king and I only had a sister, I would beam from on high if I saw her taking my place. Others were suddenly much more excited about Phase Four of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This appears to be such a powerful conclusion for phase 4. Super stoked,” one comment said.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Zambian Song evokes excitement
The movie looked to be more emotional than many other MCU films, as many fans also pointed out. “After Endgame, this is the Marvel movie that will make me cry in the theatre,” one fan remarked.
Black Panther & Chadwick Boseman put a strong foundation down for this franchise to be successfully continued by this great cast. Can’t wait to watch this one and everything that follows. The Zambian song in the trailer has also created lot of fan admiration.