Fans of the Marvel cinematic universe just got a taste of whats in store for the long-awaited release of "Black Panther" as Disney revealed a never before released clip of the movie on the Ellen Degeneres Show on January 22. And it was nothing short of spectacular.

It revealed an extremely intense car-chase scene in which it appears the Black Panther, played by Chadwick Boseman, is further figuring out what he is capable of and what his suit allows him to do, since he is, after all, new to the gig.

A continuation of where we last saw him

According to Boseman, this movie will pick up where it left off in Marvel's "Civil War" where T'challa ( the Black Panther) lost his father.

"This movie starts out with [T'challa] returning to Wakanda, and sort of taking the throne and settling the unrest that is in Wakanda because of his father's death," he told Ellen.

The Black Panther was an extremely formidable force in the movie, "Civil War," and is, without a doubt, one of the strongest in the Marvel universe. Many of us remember that in one of the biggest fight scenes in the movie, he ended up being too much for Captain America (Chris Evans), the Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan) and Falcon (Anthony Mackie) combined, to handle. It has been made abundantly clear that Marvel has big plans for one of its newest additions to the big screen.

Incredible actors to be featured in the film

Adding to the hype for the new "Black Panther" movie is the fact there will also be no shortage of all-star accompanying actors in the film. The supporting cast will include actors such as Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong'o, and Danai, Gurira, to name a few.

That's right - the woman who plays Michone from "The Walking Dead" is in the film.

Getting excited yet? She more than likely won't be wielding a katana in this one, as she has apparently taken up the quarterstaff for her role as 'Okoye.' But she recently told that the combat skills she learned for the hit zombie tv series helped her somewhat with the transition.

"There's a lot of ways that they're extremely different," she said.

"I'm learning such great, awesome new things. There's a lot of ways that, yes, one helps another. There are things about using combat that help each other. Absolutely."

So "The Walking Dead" fans have something to look forward to as well.

Set to hit theaters February 16th

The release date is set for February 16th, preceding the release of "Avengers 'Infinity War" on May 4, in which the Black Panther and some of his supporting cast will also appear. It looks like the Avengers are going to need all the help they can get to take on Thanos in that sure-to-be-blockbuster.