The crowd was shown a scene featuring a meeting between Klaue (Andy Serkis) and Everett K. Ross (Martin Freeman), in which the latter offers diamonds in exchange for Vibranium, that "quickly spirals into an elaborate and stylish fight scene involving Black Panther, Nakia and Okoye".
When Black Panther is released in 2018 it will be the eighteenth movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Footage has recently surfaced of the cast reacting to seeing a clip of the movie for the first time at San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday - and their joy is ever so contagious. Now, however, we have more details about exactly how different this world will be, even when compared to other exceptionally fantastical settings in the MCU (be it Asgard or any of the many planets featured in the Guardians of the Galaxy movies). Reports reveal that it was also the first time the cast was seeing and witnessing T'Challa's Black Panther, and Erik going at it in a cinematographically excellent scene had everyone giving it a standing ovation. Also, there's a bunch of ridiculously advanced flying ships whizzing about because, well, this is Wakanda we're talking about.
Letitia Wright's Shuri is the Q of this crew, who develops new technology, weapons, and is generally, as the actress puts it, "Just a strong black woman!"
Danai Gurira said there was not a lot of overlap with her existing weapons training from The Walking Dead, so she had to learn a lot of new skills.
"The best thing about the comic book was that T'Chala got his power from the people around him - and where I come from, that's how we live", said director Ryan Coogler.
In addition to all of that, Black Panther may be the most culturally relevant of all the Marvel Studios movies. It's similar to the panther suit, but with gold highlights instead of silver, suggesting a jaguar rather than a Panther.
Are you panting for the new trailer to get an official release?
Looks like Marvel's Black Panther, which opens in cinema February 16, has some very jealous fans.
"This campaign clicked from the get-go", said Mindy Hamilton, Marvel's SVP of global partnerships.