Namor, a new MCU antagonist, is revealed in Black Panther 2; explained

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In addition to being one of Marvel Studios' highest grossing movies to date when it hit theaters in 2018, Black Panther had an impact on culture and society unlike that of many other blockbusters. It was difficult enough to follow up this historical film, but Black Panther: Wakanda Forever then had to deal with Chadwick Boseman's death and COVID-19. The fact that Black Panther 2 is still in production is a miracle since the sequel was destined to be significant.


On November 11, the film Wakanda Forever will be released in theaters. It stars a number of the same actors from the first film, including Letitia Wright as Shuri, Angela Bassett as Ramonda, Danai Gurira as Okoye, and Winston Duke as M'Baku.


Wakanda Forever is anticipated to do the same by introducing Atlantis and a new MCU antagonist: Namor the Sub-Mariner. This is similar to how 2018's Black Panther explored the hidden society of Wakanda and themes of loss and leadership.


Namor the Submariner from Black Panther 2 explained

The Black Panther: Wakanda Forever trailer featured Namor the Sub-Mariner for the first time in official footage during Marvel Studios' Hall H presentation at the 2022 San Diego Comic-Con.



Since he was the son of an Atlantean princess and a human father, Namor's full name in the comics was Namor McKenzie. Namor's background, combined with his superhuman talents, let him to live on both land and sea, earning him the title of "Marvel's first mutant" in the comics.


It was long anticipated that Marvel Studios will present a brand-new version of this Atlantean ruler and his undersea country during the filming of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, and the movie's first trailer confirmed as much.


Tenoch Huerta, a Mexican actor, was chosen to play Namor the Sub-Mariner in the live-action adaptation by Marvel Studios.


Namor has frequently been presented as a well-intentioned antihero during his comic book run, which began in 1939, and because the movie seems to depict Atlantis and Wakanda at war, it appears the trend will continue with Huerta.


Namor Marvel's Black Panther 2



The trailer included brief glimpses of the actor as well as what appeared to be flashback scenes, including one in which Namor looks to be born with his comic-accurate ankle wings and another in which a young Namor is shown watching buildings burn.


Namor Marvel's Black Panther 2

When gifts for the Black Panther 2 cast included a hat embroidered with Aztec iconography, which appeared to depict a jaguar or Tepeyollotli, the Aztec God of dark caves, earthquakes, echoes, and jaguars, Marvel fans first learned that the MCU's interpretation of Atlantis would be inspired by Aztec culture.




Official proof of Marvel Studios' switch to the Sub-Mariner and the fact that Wakanda Forever would feature more world-building based on cultural history can be found in the image of Namor below wearing a ceremonial headpiece.


Black Panther 2 Namor Marvel

Another scene from the video shows Huerta's Namor with his ankle wings still on, perhaps surrounded by blue-skinned Atlanteans.




Black Panther 2 Atlanteans Marvel

This is comparable to the comics, where Namor's human father caused him to lack the blue skin of the Atlanteans.


We'll have to wait and see if Namor's background and the Atlanteans' appearance will be altered for this movie or if they don war paint.


Will Namor Live to See Black Panther 2?

Erik Killmonger, played by Michael B. Jordan, is frequently ranked as the best villain in the MCU since he is aware of his limitations. Despite the fact that Black Panther did not survive, T'Challa was changed by his deeds and Wakanda under his dominion.




While developing a fresh, likeable antagonist is difficult, Black Panther 2 seems to have welcomed the challenge by presenting the antihero Namor. In fact, there are reports that Marvel Studios is planning major things for the Sub-Mariner that go beyond the November sequel and could even result in a franchise.


This information suggests that there will be some type of closure between Wakanda and Atlantis even though war is imminent in Wakanda Forever, and Namor will live through this upsetting movie.


Until then, it will be intriguing to see if further trailers and teasers will disclose more about Namor's origins and how he was translated from the comics, as well as how his nefarious role in the eagerly awaited sequel will play into Wakanda's fight for survival in Black Panther 2.


On November 11, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will make its theatrical debut.


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