“Black Panther” Release Date U.S.A.: When is the Marvel Movie Coming Out?

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For those who aren’t aware: There’s a new Black Panther trailer online and fans can’t wait for the Black Panther release date in the United States! It’s the latest Marvel movie and fans can’t get enough of the clips and spoilers. Stick with us if you want to learn more about the Black Panther release date, U.S.A.

Black Panther U.S. Release Date

Black Panther is coming to theaters on February 16, 2018 and it will give an in-depth look at the myth behind the Black Panther Marvel comic. The last time we saw Prince T’Challa (Chadwick Bosman) was when he was featured in Captain America: Civil War, when he wanted revenge for his father’s death.

According to Marvel: “Black Panther follows T’Challa who, after the events of Captain America: Civil War, returns home to the isolated, technologically advanced African nation of Wakanda to take his place as King. However, when an old enemy reappears on the radar, T’Challa’s mettle as King and Black Panther is tested when he is drawn into a conflict that puts the entire fate of Wakanda and the world at risk.

What to Expect in Black Panther

In the movie, slated to be released next winter, T’Challa returns home to the fictional African nation, known as Wakanda. As fans already know, Wakanda is the birthplace of the powerful and rare fictional metal, vibranium, which Captain America’s shield is made up of. It was said to be finished but as the trailer reveals, the metal has been mined and used by the people of Wakanda. They use it for several things and live in a technologically advanced city, where both science and flying cars are on another level.

In the film, fans will get a chance to see T’Challa’s royal family members and the backstory behind the exiled Erik Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan), who was seen wearing a vibranium suit similar to that of Black Panther’s. He wants to overthrow T’Challa and will do whatever it takes to steal the throne, including kill for it.

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Expect to see a few Easter eggs (clues) in the film, as Marvel is prone to doing in the past. There’s a wanted poster of Steve Rogers in the background of an interrogation scene, following the events from Civil War. One thing this film won’t lack: Action! There’s plenty of it to go around and the stunts alone are enough to grab you attention. Try not to blink too much, because you don’t want to miss anything!

Wakanda is seen as a third-world country but as the movie’s trailer reveals—it’s much more. It’s ruled by a powerful family and they have some of the most advanced weapons in the Marvel universe. T’Challa’s sister is also a master manipulator when it comes to all things vibranium. Many have their theories of how the film will end, but we won’t know for sure until next year. Black Panther is set to make an appearance in The Avengers: Infinity War and will work with the team to fight Thanos and help save the world.

The release date for Black Panther is February 16, 2018 and don’t forget to stay for the post-credit scenes!

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