Full Trailer for Ryan Coogler's 'Black Panther' with Chadwick Boseman

October 16, 2017
Source: YouTube

Black Panther Trailer

"My son, it is your time. You get to decide what kind of King you are going to be." Disney has revealed the full-length official trailer for Marvel's Black Panther movie, directed by the talented filmmaker Ryan Coogler (of Fruitvale Station, Creed), and it looks awesome. The story follows King T'Challa, once again played by Chadwick Boseman, who goes back to his African nation of Wakanda after the events of Civil War. There he encounters new enemies that want to challenge his seat on the throne, and destroy Wakanda. The outstanding ensemble cast includes Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong'o, Danai Gurira, Martin Freeman, Daniel Kaluuya, Angela Bassett, Forest Whitaker, Andy Serkis, Florence Kasumba, John Kani, Winston Duke, and Sterling K. Brown. This looks damn good. Yes it looks like another Marvel movie, but I dig the Coogler's style and boldness, seems a bit more unique than others. Check it out.

Here's the official trailer (+ poster) for Ryan Coogler's Black Panther, direct from Marvel's YouTube:

Black Panther Poster

You can still watch the first teaser trailer for Ryan Coogler's Black Panther here, to see even more footage.

After the events of Captain America: Civil War, T'Challa returns home to the reclusive, technologically advanced African nation of Wakanda to serve as his country's new leader. However, T'Challa soon finds that he is challenged for the throne from factions within his own country. When two foes conspire to destroy Wakanda, the hero known as Black Panther must team up with C.I.A. agent Everett K. Ross and members of the Dora Milaje, Wakanadan special forces, to prevent Wakanda from being dragged into a world war. Black Panther is directed by acclaimed American filmmaker Ryan Coogler, of Fruitvale Station and Creed previously. The screenplay is by Joe Robert Cole and Ryan Coogler. Disney will release Marvel's Black Panther in theaters everywhere on February 16th, 2018 early next year. Your thoughts?

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Marvel always straddles the line between the formula and feeling like something new. This looks amazing.

Jon Odishaw on Oct 16, 2017


Not really. It is still the same formula that has been used for every super hero movie ever made. Good guy fights incredibly evil bad guy and wins. Same story line every. single. time.

Russell on Oct 16, 2017


I am an infantile audience. Maturity is for fruits!!! hahaha Even if it's the same repetitive formula, i hope it surprises me. 😉

oliveitor on Oct 16, 2017


How long will it last? Well, it's been going for, what, almost 20 years now? Wow, that's a long time. No sign of it slowing, superhero movies and remakes are all we get nowadays. Although Logan and Deadpool were refreshing changes.

grimjob on Oct 16, 2017


I don't watch these films I simply comment condescendingly on the threads

Jon Odishaw on Oct 16, 2017



BigNate BoxOfficer on Oct 20, 2017


Fair enough.

grimjob on Oct 17, 2017


Sorry, but it bored me. The trailer that is. I don't see "new", I don't see "exciting". I just don't see it. This movie can only surprise me. Maybe I'm sick of the MCU altogether!? I used to love this, but by now...meh...

Stefan Kuhlmann on Oct 16, 2017


Can not lie, I have superhero fatigue ha but this looks really refreshing.

Brandon Cole on Oct 16, 2017


I can't blame you for the superhero fatigue. I stopped going to superhero movies since a while. Well, I made an exception for Spiderman because I couldn't resist to the call of the sirens.

tarek on Oct 16, 2017


Did you like Spiderman: Homecoming?

THE_RAW_ on Oct 18, 2017


Wow, really looking good! Do not know the Black Panther lore at all, so will let myself be surprised by it!

Joe Kundlak on Oct 16, 2017


Watching this trailer I get those Spider-Man 1 and Iron Man 1 vibes! Although I am getting superhero fatigue, this looks refreshing. I'm even more excited to see what Ryan Coogler has created for us!

Brandon Cole on Oct 16, 2017


I enjoyed the trailer but the background music bit the big one, I felt it detracted from the trailer.

SteadyEddieTX on Oct 16, 2017


Let's say it: Music was horrible. They want us to see Black Panther as a Gangsta.

tarek on Oct 16, 2017


It's kind of tough to "Fight the Power" when you're the King, right?

SteadyEddieTX on Oct 16, 2017


Agreed. There's better hip hop out there than whatever garbage they put with this trailer.

THE_RAW_ on Oct 16, 2017


Better to keep the hip hop where it belongs: Garbage bin.

tarek on Oct 16, 2017

19're not a fan I take it? 😉 What's your jam then Tarek? Patsy Cline? Blues Traveler? Slowdive? C+C Music Factory?

THE_RAW_ on Oct 16, 2017


Orchestral music. Film music and film music only. ;D

tarek on Oct 16, 2017


Ohhhhh, so you're one of those "fancy dancy" intellectual types! 😉 So what's your favorite score of all time? Or if that's too hard, top 5?

THE_RAW_ on Oct 16, 2017


That's hard to say, for everyone,but i give it a try. war of the planet of the apes, once upon the time in the west, cloudy with a chance of meatballs (main theme gives your spine a chill), brave heart, three of life...

ari smulders on Oct 16, 2017


Ennio Morricone is a legend. Once upon a time in the west and the Good the Bad and the Ugly are pure genius.

tarek on Oct 17, 2017


he is a genius, is there a composer with such fame? don't think so....

ari smulders on Oct 17, 2017


Morricone and Williams are probably the 2 biggest names in film music of all time....Hans Zimmer and Danny Elfman are getting there, but there are so many other talented composers.... Morricone still give me goosebumps though

TheOct8pus on Oct 17, 2017


I'm with you on John Williams and Morricone. As for Hans Zimmer, I don't want to sound insulting, but I'll put him way down in my top 15 best composers. He isn't in the same league as John Williams, Ennio Morricone, Jerry goldsmith, Basil Poledouris, Danny Elfman, Bruce Broughton, Howard Shore, Bernard Herrmann, John Barry, Alan Silvestri, Lalo Schifrin or Randy Newman. Maybe in the same league as Nick Glennie-Smith, Harry Gregson-Williams and Junkie XL. I mean he is talented, but I won't ask him to score something as sophisticated as Catch me if you can or as melodic as E.T. He is good at catchy motifs and Braaaam! ;D

tarek on Oct 17, 2017


Hans Zimmer is starting to feel like a one trick pony at this point with his Braaam! BS. Blade Runner 2049 couldn't even escape it (although there were some other really cool sequences I dug)!

THE_RAW_ on Oct 18, 2017


I think the cemetery scene with Tuco running around looking for the grave is my favorite scene of all time, and it's because of The Ecstasy of Gold. Perfectly shot, perfectly edited, perfectly scored. God I love that movie.

grimjob on Oct 17, 2017


I'm of the opinion that Once Upon a Time in the West is a superior film and score to GtBtU.

THE_RAW_ on Oct 18, 2017


From where should I begin? ;D My favorite score of all time would be Star Wars Episode IV, In fact, I love all John Williams scores. the man is a pure genius. Let's not forget also the legendary Jerry Goldsmith or the inimitable Bernard Herrmann. Oh! did I forget the extraordinary John Barry or the prolific Danny Elfman? ;D

tarek on Oct 17, 2017


I never remember names of composers, onley morricone. But when the movies plays, sometimes i think, that's a perfect score....

ari smulders on Oct 17, 2017


Eh, they're alright. =D But seriously, I would agree with all of those choices except for favorite score. I'd give it to Episode V for the Millennium falcon flying into hiding on the asteroid, the carbonite freezing sequence and Vader vs. Luke confrontation. I'm also a fan of Trevor Jones, for Last of the Mohicans and Dark City, Clint Mansell and Basil Poledouris. But I'm with you, I dig instrumental far more than lyrics. Mostly because most lyrics are ridiculous and are trying too hard.

THE_RAW_ on Oct 18, 2017


Oh shiiiiit! C+C Music Factory was my jam back in the day! Not so much anymore.

grimjob on Oct 16, 2017


Nice to have a fresh new character on the scene and Marvel still maintaining the quality.

Lewis on Oct 16, 2017


Looks good....cant wait

Trey on Oct 16, 2017


Marvel Universe finally expanding into some culture. Excited to see how this plays.

THE_RAW_ on Oct 16, 2017


Clearly i am the only one who thinks this sucks big time. The whole wakanda and high tech civilization doesn't work for me... And the music is awful, not in sync with the images...

ari smulders on Oct 16, 2017


No, you're not the only one.

CyraNOSE on Oct 16, 2017


Not by a long shot.

RPD on Oct 16, 2017


That's exactly what I said when I saw the trailer for the first Thor movie. Then I watched and realized it was pretty damn good.

Xious on Oct 16, 2017


Are you kidding me?? They are putting Michael B. Jordan in this after that horrific F4 attempt?!? Are there not enough actors in Hollywood?

CyraNOSE on Oct 16, 2017


Did you say anything about Chris Evans? Did you say anything about Josh Brolin?

Trey on Oct 16, 2017


Not to mention he looks fucking amazing. Also clearly a director's choice.

Jon Odishaw on Oct 16, 2017


Chris Evans is a terrific actor. Josh Brolin is a terrific actor. They didn't participate in Trank's F4. So I don't know what you mean.

tarek on Oct 16, 2017


Oh so Chris Evans as Human Torch was Oscar-worthy acting? Michael B Jordan is a household name...especially with young adults and the black community. He also has partnered with the director in their last movie and that was a hit.

Trey on Oct 16, 2017


Was Chris Evans role in FF Oscar worthy?Probably not. But he was so good in his role he made me rewatch the movie more than once just because of his great sense of humor and his natural acting. Nothing against Michael B. Jordan, but I think you are overestimating his talent. I have yet to be impressed by his acting skills.

tarek on Oct 16, 2017


Indeed. He ain't Denzel Washington. ;D By the way Bo, I've seen Blade Runner 2049. Wasn't impressed at all. It could work as a sci-fi movie, not as a Blade Runner sequel. and the soundtrack was so bland it was kinda insulting to Blade runner

tarek on Oct 17, 2017


If you have the chance to see it, I would be glad to discuss with you what worked and what didn't ( even though a lot didn't work for me). so you friend is willing to take his 8 year old daughter to see it? I hope he knows what he is doing, as the movie has few scenes that could be inappropriate to kids below 13. ( nudity, soft sex scenes, gruesome violence) and is long and slow paced... 2h. 45mn can be demanding for a 8 year old. I thought it would have benefited from a trim. 2h - 2h 10mn would have been a good deal.

tarek on Oct 17, 2017


He wasn't the reason that movie sucked though.

serke on Oct 16, 2017



Lin Group on Oct 16, 2017


You're judging Michael B Jordan's acting skills off of F4? Huh!

Nemesis on Oct 18, 2017


I see nothing big in it. But I won't be worrying about big quality here. It's just fun, these films with superheroes can't bring anything more ...

shiboleth on Oct 16, 2017


Super hero fatigue is sooooooo real. Let me guess, there is a bad guy in this movie that our protagonist must confront and stop before the bad guy does something reprehensibly evil. I'd also be willing to bet that our hero will go through a few trials and tribulations before overcoming insurmountable odds. Basically, the same fucking story line that has been regurgitated over and over since the first super hero movie that was ever created. No wonder studios keep pumping this shit out, it's gotta be the easiest money in the world for them.

Russell on Oct 16, 2017


You, also, just described the entire existence of professional wrestling... Coincidence??? I doubt it.

Jimmy Rabbitte on Oct 16, 2017


It looks interesting but I do hope they put some meat on the bones of his character and actually make him likeable and engaging rather than assuming that we simply 'have' to like him just because he's black and cool. I'd also have to echo Ari's point (which is also applicable to Asgard) that they might be trying sooo hard to make Wakanda look soooo amazing that it just looks, well...crap. ps I take the point on superhero fatigue but Marvel do put together well made films even if some are poor compared to the good ones. Hence for me GOTG2 was a huge disappointment while Spiderman Homecoming was a wonderful surprise. Fingers crossed that Thor 3 is more Spidey (in surprising quality) rather than GOTG2.

Payne by name on Oct 16, 2017


thank you...

ari smulders on Oct 16, 2017


I didn't get around to seeing Spidey, but agree while GotG2 was enjoyable, it lacked some of the magic of the 1st. It might not be superhero fatigue, but simply the hard job of creating a sequel that matches the expectations created by the 1st.

Lewis on Oct 17, 2017


A fair assessment.

Payne by name on Oct 17, 2017


Sky kangz.

Steven Paxton on Oct 17, 2017


You now tuned into the MF'ing greatest!!!~~~~~~

DAVIDPD on Oct 17, 2017


So much p***y in this film.

Nemesis on Oct 18, 2017

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