Chadwick Boseman shared a new clip from his upcoming movie, “Black Panther.”

The actor uploaded the video to the official YouTube and Twitter accounts to create excitement among fans. Though the film will swing into theaters on February 16, 2018, the promotions are just getting started. “Black Panther” wrapped production three weeks ago, which means the rest of the year will be used for marketing. The actor will soon release official posters and two teaser trailers for “Black Panther.”

‘Black Panther’ – an anticipated movie

This superhero movie is based on the famous Marvel Comics character of the same name.

“Black Panther” is a joint project of Walt Disney Studios and Marvel Studios, directed and co-produced by Ryan Coogler. Joe Robert Cole has penned the story and dialogues.

The film features Chadwick Boseman, Lupita Nong's, Michael B. Jordan, Martin Freeman, Angela Basset, Daniel Kaluuya, Andy Serkis, and Forest Whitaker. After the event of “Captain America: Civil War,” T'Challa returns to his city as sovereign of Wakanda. A criminal wants to kill his family members and Challa aims to stop him as early as possible. Atandwa Kani and Phylicia Rashad are in undisclosed characters.

In March 2016, Cooler was confirmed to direct and co-produce. Rachel Morrison is serving as cinematographer. Previously, he was in the news for the smashing success of “Fruitvale Station.” The production designers are Hannah Beachler and Ludwig Goransson.

Principal photography began in January 2017, at Pinewood Atlanta Studios, under the working title, “Motherland.” The movie was originally scheduled for November 3, 2017, but the release date was pushed to February 2018 to accommodate two mega-budget films, “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” and “Ant-Man and the Wasp.”

Chadwick Boseman

Marvel released the first trailer and a poster for the film in April 2017 at a press conference.

Kyle Buchanan from Vulture has admired its cinematography, production design, and the star cast. Born in November 1976, Chadwick Aaron Boseman is a famous Hollywood actor. His most prominent works are “42,” “Get on Up,” “Captain America: Civil War,” and television shows, “Lincoln Heights,” and “Persons Unknown.”

The actor is also credited for the success of “The Express,” and “Draft Day.” From 2002 to 2007, he served as an instructor at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York.

Then he moved to Los Angeles and began as an actor in 2008.

In 2014, Boseman played the leading character in “Draft Day,” opposite Kevin Costner. He also starred as James in “Get on Up,” and received critical acclaim. He has received dozens of awards during his career, including two Filmfare Awards.