Black Panther's Martin Freeman Speaks His Best Wakandan In Deleted Scene

Disney has released a new deleted scene from Black Panther in which Agent Everett Ross (Martin Freeman) speaks a little bit of Wakandan.

Taking place before Black Panther's mid-credits scene, the clip has T'Challa and his entourage drop by the United Nations in their effort to open up the great African nation to the rest of the world.

Take a look at the clip, courtesy of IGN, below.

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The plethora of Black Panther deleted scenes continue to roll out ahead of the film's home video release, which comes just after the record-breaking debut of the character's third feature film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Avengers: Infinity War. Black Panther releases digitally on May 8, and on Blu-ray and DVD on May 15.

Still in theaters, director Ryan Coogler's Black Panther continues to break box office records; the film even managed to resurface in the top five months after its release, thanks to the debut of Avengers: Infinity War. The solo film has grossed almost $690 million in North America and over $645 million overseas for a worldwide total of over $1.3 billion. It's currently the ninth highest-grossing film of all-time, not adjusted for inflation.

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