The trailer of Marvel's much-awaited movie "Black Panther" was released on June 09, 2017, and within hours of its release, it took the online world by a storm by fetching more than 4.5 million views on YouTube.

As expected, the teaser trailer featured the most favorite black hero in the most stylish avatar; doing daredevil stunt sequences, uttering witty one-liners and smashing baddies like anything.

Filmmaker Ryan Coogler has roped in all the top black actors for this film, and it includes, Chadwick Boseman enacting the character of T’Challa alias the Black Panther.

'Black Panther: The King of Wakanda'

In a trailer which has a length of less than two minutes, director Ryan Coogler successfully takes the viewers on a thrilling ride through the kingdom of Wakanda.

Wakanda is Marvel's technology advanced African paradise ruled by the Black Panther.

In the teaser, Coogler gives us a glimpse of 'The Dora Milaje,' the battalion of Panther's female bodyguards. The captain of this all-female special force is Nakia, and Lupita Nyong'o plays this character on screen. She is also T'Challa's love interest and accompanies the Black Panther in all his missions.

The trailer also shows Erik Killmonger, the main antagonist in this film played by acclaimed actor Michael B Jordan. The major highlight of this trailer is the revelation of Andy Serkis' role. In this movie, the versatile hero has played the role of Ulysses Klaue, a black market arms leader based out in South Africa.

Even after watching the trailer, the audience will not get an idea about the conflict handled in the movie, but it has successfully shown Marvel's Cinematic Universe and has introduced the world of Wakanda to the viewers.

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Black Panther: Synopsis

The entire "Black Panther" movie is set in Wakanda. The film revolves around the life of T'Challa who returns to the kingdom of Wakanda following his father's death. The young warrior came to his home to succeed to the throne, but a very powerful old enemy enters the scene and creates havoc in the kingdom. As treachery and danger surround the young king, he becomes compelled to form an allied force to demolish the evil.

"Black Panther" will have its release on February 16, 2018. Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures will distribute this film in the United States. As the first official teaser trailer has impressed the audiences, makers believe that the flick will get a grand opening at the box-office.