The visuals are gorgeous, regal, and mind-blowing — from the cinematography to manufacturing design to the gorgeous motion sequences — and it’s clear that director Ryan Coogler is again with one other banger. It’s unbelievable that Coogler and the remainder of the forged and crew pulled off such a labor of affection within the midst of unimaginable grief. The absence of the late Chadwick Boseman (relaxation in energy, King), who performed the titular character in Black Panther, weighs heavy on all of our hearts. There may be a lot love obvious within the trailer which is why it left me, and so many different viewers, extremely emotional. The trailer is nearly devoid of dialogue — as a substitute the visuals are carried by a gorgeous and shifting mixture of Nigerian artist Tems’ rendition of Bob Marley’s “No Girl, No Cry,” and Kendrick Lamar’s “Alright.” Regardless of its brief two-minute run, this trailer emerges as among the finest Marvel Cinematic Universe film trailers, which units up much more anticipation for the precise movie.