New Black Panther Movie Footage Released Via TV Spot

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Marvel Studios has released a new TV Spot for the Black Panther movie today and it shows us some additional footage not seen in previous trailers. It is gearing up to be the first huge blockbuster of 2018.

The great thing about the trailers and TV spots so far is that Marvel has not spoiled anything about the plot or any of the characters.

Everything has been spot on so far unlike other recent movie trailers that show us pretty much everything.

The TV spot is quite generous offering us 90 seconds of new footage.

The movie itself will be out next month and Marvel and Disney will be going all out to promote the movie as much as they can. This will be Marvel's first movie starring an African American in the lead role.

To celebrate the release of the new TV spot, Fandango has revealed that you can book tickets to the movie already. The movie opens in North America on February 16th, 2018 and it could earn quite a lot of money.

2016's Deadpool movie was successful releasing in February thanks to a lack of any competition. Black Panther could score similar numbers as social media buzz for the film continues to be positive and strong.

It's hard to predict exactly how much money the movie will earn, but current estimates suggest that it will open above $90 million in its North American opening weekend.

The number could grow higher if the reviews for the film are good.

This will not be the only time that fans can catch the character of Black Panther on the big screen. The character will return just a few months later when Avengers: Infinity War comes out.

To cap off a big year for Marvel, the studio will then release Ant-Man and the Wasp. This will be the studio's first foray into the romantic comedy genre.

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