Only two Marvel Studios films remain this year. Thor: Love and Thunder, starring Chris Hemsworth, seems to be a colorful, entertaining, and dangerous journey courtesy to Christian Bale’s Gorr the God Butcher. Then comes the highly anticipated Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, in which Letitia Wright’s Shuri takes on a larger role, Riri Williams joins the MCU, and the sophisticated country faces one of its greatest threats: Namor.
Namor has always been regarded as one of Black Panther’s most formidable foes. His undersea country is everything to him—both the metropolis and the people he guards. Tenoch Huerta, the guy who will play the character, recently revealed how he began studying a Mayan language for the part, demonstrating a degree of commitment befitting the Marvel image he’s poised to represent.
Only a few weeks ago, it was reported that the first trailer for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will be released on Friday, June 10, during the fourth game of the 2022 NBA Finals. Unfortunately, their aspirations were dashed when Disney’s President of Marketing, Asah Ayaz, refuted such stories.
Now it seems that supporters may be able to rekindle their enthusiasm. Maybe.
The First Black Panther 2 Promotion has been seen in the wild.
A theater staffer can be seen setting out a promotional standee for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever at a Cinemark location in California, according to a new video uploaded on Twitter by user @StanOficial.
This is the first official indication that the sequel’s marketing campaign has begun, implying that a trailer for the Letitia Wright-led flick is on the way.
Unfortunately, the poster on exhibit isn’t the most thrilling piece of art to use to promote the next sequel. After all, it’s just an enlarged version of the film’s logo, which has been circulating online for months.
Marvel’s Black Panther Poster Theaters
When Will the First Trailer Be Available?
Previous instances demonstrate that the average time between an MCU movie’s initial trailer and release date may range from 142 to 204 days. It is 148 days till Wakanda Forever hits cinemas as of this writing.
It’s not quite code-red just yet. The first teaser for Spider-Man: No Way Home was released 116 days before the film’s release. Thor: Love and Thunder has a record of 92 days.
When it comes to Black Panther 2, it is also in the unusual position of having previously shown some video to some fortunate convention-goers—something that neither No Way Home nor Love and Thunder has.
So, when can fans expect to see a decent trailer? It’s a safe guess that it’ll arrive within the next two weeks, in time to compete with Chris Hemsworth’s upcoming Thor flick on July 8.
On November 11, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will be released in cinemas.