Marvel completes the shooting of its upcoming superhero film “Black Panther.” It has been revealed that the movie is up to the designers at Marvel Studios and the Coogler to add excellent visual effects that will bring the film to life on the big screen.

The studio has already released a couple of posters from the highly-anticipated film in Phase Three saga. One of the stills shows King T'Challa (Chadwick Boseman), who was previously a part of blockbuster “Captain America: Civil War.” We’ve heard that a few teaser trailers will be released next month.

Black Panther” is a story of T’Challa who returns to his homeland following the events of “Captain America: Civil War.” He cannot live in peace as an enemy has reappeared on the radar.

T’Challa tests the powers of Black Panther through several conflicts before he’s tasked to defeat the enemy.

The cast and production

Black Panther” is one of the most anticipated Hollywood films. It is based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. Marvel Studios has fully financed the project, and Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures acquires the US distribution rights. It is the eighteenth film installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

The film is directed by Ryan Coogler, while Joe Robert Cole has scripted its story. The cast includes Chadwick Boseman, Michael Jordan, Danai Gurira, Angela Basset, Forest Whitaker, Andy Serkis, Daniel Kaluuya, and Martin Freeman.

In 1992, Wesley Snipes showed interested in developing a “Black Panther” movie, but the project was delayed due to budget issues.

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In September 2014, Marvel announced that the film is in the works, with Boseman returning from “Captain America: Civil War.”

By December 2015, Cooler and Cole joined the project, and its whole cast was finalized. The filmmaker says that most of the scenes are being shot at Pinewood Atlanta Studios, South Korea, and New York City. “Black Panther” will swing into theaters on February 16, 2018.

The marketing

Earlier this month, the studio debuted several posters from the film at a press event for its Phase Three films. Kyle Buchanan at Vulture has admired the costumes, production design, and cinematography of the movie, saying that “Black Panther” does not seem to be a traditional Marvel film.

The American motion picture studio is behind numerous blockbusters such as “Spider-Man,” “X-Men,” “The Incredible Hulk,” “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” “Iron Man,” and “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.” “Black Panther” will be released under its banner, Marvel Entertainment.