The official trailer for "Black Panther: #WakandaForever," the eagerly anticipated sequel from Marvel Studios, has been published.
The new movie, a prequel to its blockbuster "Black Panther" from 2020, explores the tale of the Wakanda People at a time after the passing of their adored monarch T'Challa (Chadwick Boseman).
As previously disclosed, Boseman's role was not replaced; instead, the new movie is seen as a homage to his legacy.
The lines "The King lives and the Panther... eternally in us..." are written in Wakandan on a mural depicting T'Challa in Wakanda in the first trailer for the movie.
This image appears to be a clip from the teaser that also features Wakandans dancing and singing while dressed in white ceremonial attire.
Watch the trailer here: