Black Panther filming
“Black Panther,” starring Chadwick Boseman, was spotted filming in South Korea. Marvel

“Black Panther” is filming all over the world, and their latest stop is South Korea. On Tuesday, pictures from the set of Marvel’s 2018 flick surfaced online, and it looks like fans can expect an action-packed movie.

The photos show Black Panther/T’Challa (Chadwick Boseman) on top of a blue sports car. Judging from the license plate and the writing on the truck next to them, the scene actually takes place in an Asian country. It isn’t clear if it will be South Korea, but it’s clearly not in T’Challa’s home country, the fictional African nation of Wakanda.

A video shows that quite a few people gathered to watch “Black Panther” film. It looks like they were lining the street as T’Challa tried to attack whoever is in the blue sports car.

Variety reported last month that residents of Busan, South Korea could expect a big car chase to be filmed and that about 150 cars and 700 people would be involved. This clearly wasn’t that big, but this could be a small portion of the scene. The outlet also revealed that the car chase was between Black Panther and the film’s villain.

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“Black Panther” will feature two villains, one of whom is Erik Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan). In the comics, Killmonger’s family was forced to work for Klaw (Andy Serkis), but T’Challa exiled those who helped the villain. Killmonger wanted revenge for being banned from his home country, and he was determined to bring bring the country back to ancient, archaic traditions.

While it isn’t clear who is filming in South Korea right now, it’s safe to say that the cast is very excited. “Get Out” star Daniel Kaluuya enthusiastically discussed the movie with GQ recently. “This is an African blockbuster, bruv. This is like ‘Game of Thrones.’ This is crazy,” Kaluuya, who is playing chief of Wakandan security W’Kabi, said. “And [director] Ryan Coogler is just, man dem. He’s like us! He’s a normal dude, in a Golden State hat and a Tupac T-shirt directing the whole set. It’s the most beautiful thing to see.”

“Black Panther” will be released Feb. 16, 2018.