'Black Panther' Behind The Scenes Footage Highlights The Action

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Everyone's favorite HBO heavyweight has pulled through with a serious salute to the upcoming Marvel Studios must-see. Fans who already watched Black Panther last night immediately went on social media to talk about how incredible the project was. The movie impregnated me.

As you can see, his performance in particular has been singled for praise, as have the female members of the cast, and Michael B Jordan, who plays the antagonist Erik "Killmonger" Stevens. "I loved every second".

Meaning that the Black Panther could help Marvel gross $2 billion worldwide before even the end of summer. It was just black excellence.

Bassett also looked like a queen thanks to a fringe-adorned yellow Naeem Khan jumpsuit paired with a selection of jewels by Gismondi, One Six Five, Darrel Roach, and Douriean, several of which she pointed out are black designers.

The attendees included filmmakers and journalists, who all took to their Twitter handles to rave about director Ryan Coogler's movie.

Early Tuesday, Hollywood actor/rapper Donald "Childish Gambino" Glover hit up IG to boast about the film.

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On Monday night, a lucky few were able to witness the premiere of Black Panther, the latest Marvel movie, set to be released on February 16.

Assuming the info is legit, it shouldn't be that surprising as one of the Black Panther post-credit scenes is said to involve The Avengers: Infinity War.

"Black Panther" is the 18th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and it tells the story of warrior king T'Challa/Black Panther who rules of the fictional nation Wakanda. What does this mean for the box office tracking for Black Panther?

Previously, we saw that Black Panther's suit was bulletproof because it's made of a vibranium (the same metal as Captain America's shield) weave, but judging by this TV spot, it looks like T'Challa has plenty of other tricks up his sleeve.

Kicking off their 10th anniversary year, Marvel Studios recently held the premiere of Black Panther, early social media reactions for which have been immensely positive.

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