Aside from the Amazing Spider-Man, Chadwick Boseman's portrayal of T'Challa the Black Panther in Captain America: Civil War was one of the best parts of the film... and of Marvel's Cinematic Universe, if we're keeping it a buck. Fans were waiting for his entry for so long, and Marvel more than delivered. If you were itching for even more T'Challa in Civil War, there is a scene that made it to the cutting room floor, although you won't learn too much from it.
The scene, entitled "Not Used To The Truth," is a conversation T'Challa has with the Black Widow at the German Ops Center after being picked up with Captain America, the Winter Soldier, and Falcon for superheroing in public. It's a continuation of the convo they'd had in an earlier scene, where T'Challa first alluded to be taking matters regarding the (spoiler alert?) death of his father at the perceived hands of Bucky the Winder Soldier. Joe Russo (one of the Russo brothers who directed Civil War) told ComicBook.com that they initially "didn’t feel like it was moving the story telling forward and they had already had a scene so it felt repetitive so it was something we excised from the movie."
Judging by the deleted scene, T'Challa's just looking to get the hell out of the Ops Center (with Bucky, which just wasn't happening), but because of the Sokovia Accords, him turning up in a vibranium-woven suit put him under The Man's radar. Either way, he's not beat to be sitting around.
While we still have some time before Black Panther (and it's amazing cast) hits theaters, you can own this scene (and that amazing Thor mockumentary) when you cop Captain America: Civil War, which is available for digital download on Sept. 2 (Blu-ray and DVD releases hit shelves on Sept. 15).