Black Panther is going to be the most lit Marvel movie release, ever. This is confirmed as the movie’s star cover the lastest Comic-Con issue of Entertainment Weekly.
Says Entertainment Weekly:
In our preview of the Feb. 16 film, EW explores the threat to T’Challa’s kingdom from both within and without. Standing by his side is Oscar-winner Lupita Nyong’o’s Nakia, a covert agent whose job is to stifle word of Wakanda’s secrets, hunting down its enemies with deadly force.
One such foe is Michael B. Jordan’s Erik Killmonger, a dissident from the country and aspiring prince who has colluded with a hostile foreign adversary in a bid to bring down the rightful heir to Wakanda’s throne.
If you want to get more of the film’s plot, head over to EW.
Peep more photos from the film, and the EW cover, below and on the flip. February 16, 2017 can’t get here soon enough, for the culture.
Also, how soon can we greenlight a Dora Milaje standalone film?
Photos: Marvel Studios
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