A “black-and-white” star who was spotted in the trailer for “Pitch” said he is “pitching” to be in the upcoming “Black Panther” film.

“I can’t wait to be a part of this amazing movie,” Pitch Black star Rufus Sewell, 23, told People magazine in a video interview.

“Black Panthers are a force to be reckoned with.

They’re not just a force of good.

A “PITCH” source told PEOPLE the movie’s trailer is a glimpse into the “Black” Panther’s journey, and that the movie “will have him [Sewell] playing a very different kind of person than the white guy in the film.””

When I hear the words ‘Black Panthers,’ I think of the Black Panthers, who led the fight for civil rights and who fought to build a nation for all people.”

A “PITCH” source told PEOPLE the movie’s trailer is a glimpse into the “Black” Panther’s journey, and that the movie “will have him [Sewell] playing a very different kind of person than the white guy in the film.”

When we were working on the film, we were all thinking of Rufos, who we’ve all seen as Rufo in “Punch-Drunk Love,” and who is playing the role of a mentor to Rufy in the movie.

“But we were also like, ‘What is the best way to make this happen?’ “

I think he has the best shot to play this role.””

But we were also like, ‘What is the best way to make this happen?’

I think he has the best shot to play this role.”

A “PARKS OF LA” source said “PRETTY DEADLY” star Ronda Rousey will play a “pitch black” version of “Pitches” character, who is voiced by John Krasinski.

“It’s very, very important to me that Ronda is playing this part because it’s so important to the film,” the source said.

“Ronda’s a real fighter, and it’s going to be very exciting to see Ronda fight alongside [Mila Kunis] and Rufia and other black characters in the world.

It’s a great casting choice.””PITCH Black” is set for release in 2017.