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Marvel dropped the new trailer for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever this morning, giving us more of a look into one of the studio’s most highly anticipated films ever.

It starts with a funeral procession for King T’Challa, with Angela Bassett’s Queen Ramonda leading a funeral procession, walking next to someone holding her son’s mask. We go back and forth between the funeral and scenes with Tenoch Huerta’s Namor, the ruler of Talocan, who we hear saying, “Only the most broken people can be great leaders.”

We then hear Winston Duke’s M’Baku describing Namor to the Wakandans: “His people do not call him do not call him ‘General’ or ‘King.’ They call him k’uk’ulkan. The Feather Serpent God.” We then see Namor, with his ankle wings fluttering, giving him the power of flight (just like in the comic books). “Killing him with risk eternal war.”

We then hear Letitia Wright’s Shuri saying, “He’s coming for the surface world.” Queen Ramonda then is heard saying, “We know what you whisper. They have lost their protector. Now is our time to strike.” We then see a brief scene of Dominique Thorne’s Riri Williams in her Ironheart armor (inspired by Tony Stark’s Iron Man armor). And finally, we see a quick view of the Black Panther, clearly a female (many fans suspect that it’s Shuri). Watch the trailer below. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is in theaters November 11.

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