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‘He definitely needs his own solo movie’: Tenoch Huerta receives massive support from Latin American audiences after Black Panther 2 as fans claim his impact was similar to Chadwick Boseman


One of the most fascinating aspects of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever and its central villain, the anti-heroic Sailor King Namor, played by Tenoch Huerta, is how little Talocan looks like Atlantis from the Marvel comics.

Black Panther Poster: Wakanda Forever Talocan
Black Panther Poster: Wakanda Forever Talocan

Namor’s short shorts, winged feet, and fierce hatred of surface dwellers are still core aspects of his personality, which wakanda forever highlights with a story of how he was driven to lead Talocan to war against Wakanda.

Also Read: ‘It Depends on What Kevin Feige Wants’: Black Panther 2 Star Tenoch Huerta Wants Namor Solo Movie as Initial Critics Praise His Talokan Twist as Marvel’s First Mutant

Director Ryan Coogler Changed Namor’s Origin to Latin American

Unlike Marvel’s Namor, who rules a relatively typical version of Atlantis (an advanced society overwhelmed by great tragedy), Black Panther: Wakanda Forever‘s Namor hails from Talocan, an undersea land inspired by the Tlālōcān of Aztec mythology. Talocan, like Wakanda, is a fictional place meant to reflect a variety of cultural influences, and Huerta sees it as an ideal notion to help people better understand Indigenous and African contributions to Latin American history, especially that of Mexico.

Tenoch Huerta as Namor - Black Panther Wakanda Forever Trailer
Tenoch Huerta as Namor – Black Panther Wakanda Forever

During a recent press tour for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Tenoch Huerta said that while “almost everyone in Mexico has indigenous or African roots”, people often want to delete certain things from their past, which the 41-year-old actor says needs more attention.

Related: Tenoch Huerta, Who Plays Namor, Had an Emotional Request for Director Ryan Coogler While Filming Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

wakanda forever, in addition to drawing inspiration from an array of Mesoamerican cultures, constructs its own intriguing mythology that connects the history of Talocan and Wakanda. Although these notions have a particular narrative function within the framework of the film, Huerta hopes that the public will grasp and absorb them as testimonies of a cultural richness worthy of respect and recognition.

Latin American audiences loved Namor and are now clamoring for his solo film

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has finally hit theaters, and it appears to be a smash hit. The sequel, directed by Ryan Coogler, has been in the works for a long time and has received nearly unanimous praise in its early reactions. Movies “beautifully cathartic” tale and “masterful” the music is critically acclaimed.

Tenoch Huerta’s MCU debut as Namor the Submariner has been mentioned in virtually every review, however, especially by every Latin American MCU fan. The longtime comic book character makes his film debut in the Black Panther sequel, allowing new stories to be told in the aquatic universe of the MCU.

Namor: the submarine
Namor: the submarine

Latin American MCU Fans Wasted No Time In Demanding A Solo Feature From Namor After Watching Wakanda forever. They took to Twitter to lend their support to the Narcos: Mexico actor and his performance indicating, “He definitely needs his own solo movie.”

Also Read: ‘Glad They Weren’t Emphasizing Comedy’: Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Reviews Are Out, Fans Think Marvel Needed It Desperately After Disastrous Thor: Love and Thunder

In an interview on the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever red carpet, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has opened up about the possibility of a Namor solo film following his role in the Wakandan after. When asked if fans should expect a solo feature for Tenoch Huerta’s hero after wakanda foreverreplied Fiege simply, “We’ll see, depending on that,” hinting at the movie’s response.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is currently playing in theaters.

Source: Twitter

Eric Patrick
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Eric Patrick is currently a freelancer who writes for several magazines and is an economy and finance correspondent at The Nuherald. He has been working in this field for around ten years and has gained immense popularity during that time. He received a Master's degree in philosophy. During his working career, he gained much popularity as a writer resulting in receiving many great honors and awards. He has written for a wide range of leading media outlets on various entertainment topics.


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