Wakanda Forever trailer reveals Namor and Atlantis

Before “Black Panther” was published, many people in the industry did not expect that marvel studios film to become one of their flagship films. But after being introduced in “Captain America: Civil War“, Chadwick BosemanThe character of was soon treated to a solo adventure led by Ryan Coogler. Surprise, surprise: “Black Panther” was a monster hit, earning $1.3 billion at the worldwide box office. Equally important, the success would help expose the ugly Hollywood myth that foreign audiences won’t support blockbusters with black actors.

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And while audiences were shocked by Boseman’s tragic death in 2020, Marvel did its best to pass the torch while respecting the actor’s legacy. The first teaser of “Black Panther: Wakanda Stillanswers the question of who will take over from T’Challa, introducing a familiar face as the new Black Panther.

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The returning cast members consist of Letitia Wright, Danai Gurira, Winston Duke, Lupita Nyong’o, Daniel Kaluuya, Angela Bassett, Florence Kasumbaand Martin Freeman. Two newcomers to the franchise are British actresses Michaela Cole and “Narcos: Mexico” to burst Tenoch Huerta is set as one of the film’s antagonists.

The MCU sequel will introduce audiences to another new superhero, as it is confirmed that he will appear from Dominique Thorne‘s Riri Williams in front of the character’s solo Disney+ series, “Stone heart.

Rumors have swirled for years about the inclusion of Prince Namor, aka The Sub-Mariner (a major crossover anti-hero and royalty from the kingdom of Atlantis) as a potential antagonist who will tie into the ancient culture. Mexican / Central American. . Any indication that Huerta has the role? Namor is considered Marvel’s “first mutant” and happens to be one of the first characters ever created by the comic book publisher alongside his cousin Namor (a member of Agents of Atlas).

“Wakanda Forever” hits theaters on November 11 and apparently Phase 4 is ending with this film, information Kevin Feige revealed at Comic-Con today.