Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
‘Black Panther” latest video shows Namor threatens Wakanda

‘Black Panther” latest video shows Namor threatens Wakanda

‘Black Panther” latest video shows Namor threatens Wakanda

‘Black Panther” latest video shows Namor threatens Wakanda

Advertisement
  • Marvel Studios releases teaser for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.
  • Namor is one of the original mutants in Marvel Comics publication history.
  •  The video gets us a wonderful look at Talocan’s stunning aquatic landscape.
Advertisement

Wakanda is in danger from Namor! Marvel Studios recently released a new Black Panther: Wakanda Forever teaser that emphasizes the mayhem that the Submariner is making in the afrofuturistic Kingdom.

Okoye mentions his “superhuman strength,” a hint at his mutant ancestry, while M’Baku makes fun of him by adding, “we should find the fish-man and kill him.”

Wakanda, which is seeing the devastation of its land with enormous waves, is where Talocan is bringing the battle.

The video gets us a wonderful look at Talocan’s stunning aquatic landscape as well as the new Wakanda protector’s impressive acrobatic abilities.

One of the original mutants in Marvel Comics publication history, Namor is one of the company’s oldest characters.

He has previously served as an anti-hero and has been a member of the Illuminatis, Avengers, and Fantastic Four, among other superhero organisations.

Advertisement

He is portrayed as the prince of the fabled undersea kingdom, an Atlantean, and a human sea captain. While his mutant origins have been preserved, in the MCU he is depicted as Kukulkan, also spelled K’uk’ulkan, based on a Mesoamerican serpent deity that the Yucatec-Mayan people worshipped.

He is presented to be the monarch of Talocan. As the film honours a different culture, actor Tenoch Huerta has expressed his own satisfaction and joy in bringing the character to life.

Given his past, Namor will probably appear in a number of already confirmed films, including Fantastic Four, Avengers: Secret Wars, and upcoming mutant films.

In the upcoming film, Wakanda is preparing to fight new foes while simultaneously lamenting the death of its King.

Namor’s Talocan empire is now experiencing the aftershocks of Wakanda’s opening to the outside world, and this has caused friction between the two countries.

While Namor is one issue, Wakanda also has issues with the outside world, which sees the country as being defenseless following the death of its King and is pursuing vibranium.

Advertisement

Following its world premiere, early reviews have critics praising it as “cathartic, epic, and a lovely tribute.”

Winston Duke plays M’Baku, Lupita Nyong’o plays Nakia, Danai Gurira plays Okoye, Letitia Wright plays Shuri, Martin Freeman plays Everett K. Ross, and Angela Bassett plays Ramonda in the next film.

The film also introduces Michaela Coel as Aneka and Dominique Thorne as Riri Williams/Ironheart. Returning to both direct and co-write with Joe Robert Cole is Ryan Coogler.

On November 11, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is released in theatres.

Check out the most recent footage below:

Also Read

Ryan Coogler reveals the pressure while shooting “Black Panther”
Ryan Coogler reveals the pressure while shooting “Black Panther”

Ryan Coogler is the director and screenwriter of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever....

Advertisement

 

 

Advertisement
Advertisement
Read More News On

Catch all the Entertainment News, Hollywood News, Movies News, Breaking News Event and Latest News Updates on The BOL News


Download The BOL News App to get the Daily News Update & Follow us on Google News.


End of Article

Next Story