So the Black Panther trailer is out and I would just like to say that it was definitely, for sure worth the wait.
Black Panther who made his debut in the MCU or Marvel Cinematic Universe with Captain America: Civil War in 2016 certainly made an impact on the movie fans and was a sight for sore eyes for the comic fans.
Black Panther is not just groundbreaking as it has a POC as the main lead but the way it deals with everything else is also something that is really great about it.
This trailer is a comeback for Marvel almost after allowing DC its times in the light and can I just say that this shows exactly why Marvel is Marvel.
Without further adieu though, I shall get on with my observations of the teaser trailer and the key points in it:
1. The Cast:
Marvel certainly seems to have the Midas touch when it comes to casting and Black Panther seems to be no exception.
With a strong and powerful cast of Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o, Angela Bassett, Martin Freeman and more the trailer gives a good indication of how each of cast members are contributing to the film.
And can I just say that Angela Bassett in that white dreads and awesome costume would have made the perfect Storm!
2. The Action:
The last 10 seconds of the trailer are just so amazing, the action scenes are just mind blowing in execution, the way Boseman does the scene, the direction, the camera angles and more.
Even Andy Serkis looks fierce and that accent just makes his dialogues seem that much more impactful.
While Lupita and Kasumba and all other female characters look just epic and like fierce warriors ready for war.
3. The Dialogues:
“You are a good man with a good heart. And it’s hard for a good man to be a King”
This dialogue is just so beautiful and true more than anything. Time and time again we have seen kings with noble intentions either fall or turn to the dark side.
The dialogues that the teaser gives are nothing short of classic and I just hope that the movie has even more of these and we keep quoting it for eternity.
4. The Costumes:
The costumes, the VFX, the Wakanda created and the culture it represents just seems so beautiful without stereotyping or going too overboard.
I am truly excited to see how it all looks on the big screen and how it will all tie in together.
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