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On Friday, Marvel released a teaser trailer for "Black Panther," which opens Feb. 16, 2018, in the US and UK, and Feb. 15 in Australia.
Smuggler Ulysses Klaue (Andy Serkis) and Everett Ross (Martin Freeman), the Deputy Task Force Commander of the Joint Counter Terrorist Center, discuss Black Panther's homeland of Wakanda.
The natural wonders of the Kingdom of Wakanda in Africa are something to behold.
Ulysses Klaue, also known as Klaw, is a black-market arms dealer working out of South Africa. He lost his arm in a violent argument with Ultron.
Here we finally see T'Challa/Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) in the trailer.
T'Challa steps out to greet the people of Wakanda.
After the death of his father, the King of Wakanda, T'Challa returns home to the secret and technologically advanced African nation to take his rightful place as king.
Black Panther's jet is T'Challa's main mode of transportation during the film.
Mercenaries or soldiers invade the jungle, clearly in search of a certain superhero.
Even massive gun power is no match for the Black Panther, as these mercenaries soon discover.
T'Challa first put on the Black Panther's habit and body armor to avenge his father's death, now he returns to protect his homeland from intruders.
T'Challa and Okoye (Danai Gurira) -- the leader of the bodyguards called Dora Milaje -- watch as Klaw reveals details about their homeland.
T'Challa flies into the stunning city of Wakanda.
In the Marvel comics, Zuri is a friend and companion of former King T'Chaka, and served as special attendant to T'Challa. In the film, he's played by Forest Whitaker.
This masked man could be Erik Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan), who seeks to overthrow T'Challa from the throne of Wakanda.
If you want to free Ulysses Klaue, be sure to bring impressive explosives and a cool mask.
Ulysses Klaue doesn't stay in custody for long, thanks to his comrades.
Nakia (Lupita Nyong'o) walks through a casino, most likely to keep a watchful eye on T'Challa.
T'Challa stands proudly with the magnificent African sky as a backdrop.
Ulysses Klaue is now armed and dangerous, but who is he planning on shooting?
The United Nations, most likely in session to discuss how countries and superheroes like the Avengers can or can't be trusted. Or maybe something even more dire is at stake?
As the new King of Wakanda, T'Challa addresses the United Nations.
N'Jadaka is an exiled Wakandan warrior who returns to Wakanda under T'Challa's rule with the new name of Erik Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan). He stands next to W'Kabi (Daniel Kaluuya) -- a confidant of King T'Challa.
T'Challa and Nakia during happier times.
This River Tribe Elder, played by Isaach De Bankolé, looks like a powerful ally, or enemy, to have if you're king.
Ayo (Florence Kasumba) stands guard with the Dora Milaje, an elite-group of female bodyguards for the King of Wakanda.
The various tribe elders of Wakanda sit down for an important meeting.
Here is Ramonda (Angela Bassett), the Queen Mother of Wakanda and mother of the current king, T'Challa, along with Nakia and Ross.
In the Marvel comics, Killmonger attempts to overthrow T'Challa. If this fight scene is anything to go by, we'll see an epic battle between the two.
The elite female warriors known as the Dora Milaje are ready to battle anyone and anything.
Killmonger's stance shows he's a worthy opponent for anyone who's daring enough to fight him.
As part of the Dora Milaje. Ayo and Nakia are expertly trained in combat.
Nakia and Shuri (Letitia Wright) make their dramatic entrance.
Shuri is a Wakandan princess and an inventor who created much of the modern technology of her country. Her half-brother is T'Challa.
M'Baku/Man-Ape (Winston Duke) is the leader of a tribe that opposes T'Challa as the new king of Wakanda.
After fighting a few foes, Black Panther grabs a lift from an unsuspecting driver.
Marvel's "Black Panther" is directed by "Creed" filmmaker Ryan Coogler and is due to hit theaters on Feb. 16, 2018, in the US and UK, and Feb. 15 in Australia.