Rumors have been swirling for some time now that actor Tenoch Huerta is attached to Black Panther: Wakanda Forever like Namor, the submarine. Huerta recently fueled those rumors when he revealed that he is currently in the same location as the film’s production.
The actor shared an image from social media, revealing that he is currently in Puerto Rico. Although the post itself contains no reference to Wakanda Forever, it is known that the film’s production recently moved there. Huerta is rumored to be filming flashback scenes featuring the inhabitants of Atlantis.
Despite the fact that filming for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Originally slated to wrap in March, it was reported that production would move to Puerto Rico, which would replace Haiti. It’s unclear what impact this will have on the release date, if at all.
Rumors of Namor have been circulating since the summer of 2021 following an unconfirmed report suggesting the sub and fellow Atlanteans Namora and Attuma. It was reported that Mabel Cadena was cast as Namora and was spotted in Atlanta, where much of wakanda foreverthe shooting took place.
Namor, created by Bill Everett, debuted in 1939 Marvel Comics #1. Besides being the king of Atlantis, the character is also a mutant. Although Namor and Black Panther have been allies in the comics, the Atlanteans have also frequently waged war in Wakanda. It’s unclear how their relationship will be portrayed in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, if the rumors turn out to be true.
The appearance of an entirely new civilization is just one of many introductory rumors Black Panther the following will appear. It was previously reported that the upcoming movie would see a major character in a same-sex relationship, which has been done before in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but continues to be a rarity. Okoye, the famous Dora Milaje, will be in a relationship, although it has not been revealed with whom she will be in this relationship.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will focus on Shuri, played by Letitia Wright. It’s unclear how the film will handle the absence of T’Challa, whose actor, the late Chadwick Boseman, died suddenly in 2020 following a battle with colon cancer. There has been some debate surrounding the character’s recast and although Marvel Studios hasn’t provided any comment on it, Boseman’s brother Derrick has reportedly said in the past that Chadwick would like the character to be recast, as the character is “bigger than just himself as a guy.”
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is currently slated to arrive in theaters on July 8th.
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