2022 just has two Marvel Studios movies left to go. First up is Chris Hemsworth's Thor: Love and Thunder, which seems to be a colorful, fun, and terrifying adventure thanks to Christian Bale's Gorr the God Butcher. Then comes the eagerly-awaited Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, which will include Letitia Wright's Shuri coming into a greater role, Riri Williams entering the MCU fold, and the high-level country going toward quite possibly its greatest danger: Namor.
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Namor has been known to be one of Black Panther's greatest adversaries for some time. His submerged country is his everything—both the city and the people he protects. Tenoch Huerta, the one who will be bringing the character to life, as of late uncovered how he began learning the Mayan language for the role; a degree of devotion consistent with the Marvel persona he's set to embody.
Just weeks prior, a rumor demonstrated that the primary trailer for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever was planned to arrive on Friday, June 10, eventually during the fourth round of the 2022 NBA Finals. Tragically, those expectations were squashed thanks to Disney's President of Marketing, Asah Ayaz, exposing those reports.
Presently, it seems as though fans could possibly begin letting their hopes up once again. Perhaps.
First Black Panther 2 Promotion Spotted In the Wild
On account of another video posted on Twitter by user @StanOficial, a theater representative can be seen putting out a promotional standee for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever in a Cinemark area in California.
This is the first genuine sign that the sequel's promoting effort is currently starting, suggesting that a trailer for the Letitia Wright-led film is not too far off.
Unfortunately, the poster in plain view isn't the most astonishing piece of art to advertise the forthcoming sequel with. All things considered, it's basically an augmented version of the movie's logo, which has been drifting around the web throughout recent months.
When Will the First Trailer Release?
With regards to the typical window between an MCU film's first trailer and release date, past models show it tends to be anyplace between 142 to 204 days. As of this article, it is 148 days until Wakanda Forever arrives in cinemas.
It's unquestionably not code-red presently. Spider-Man: No Way Home didn't get its first teaser until 116 days out. What's more, Thor: Love and Thunder holds the record at 92 days.
With regards to Black Panther 2, it is likewise in an extraordinary spot of having already aired some footage to some lucky convention-goers—which was something not afforded to either No Way Home or Love and Thunder.
So when can fans hope to see a legitimate trailer in nature? A decent wagered would be for it to land in the following fourteen days with the goal that it can play close by Chris Hemsworth's most recent Thor movie on July 8.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever hits cinemas on November 11.
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