Mexican actor Tenoch Huerta became a trend on social networks after revealing a full image of his character as “Namor” in the film “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.”
This Monday, Empire magazine published an image of Namor that accompanies some revelations about the characteristics of Marvel’s new antagonist.
According to the information, the director of the new Marvel movie, Ryan Coogler, warned that the arrival of Tenoch Huerta as “Namor” would be fantastic.
The director’s statements unleashed the presence of the Mexican to play one of Marvel’s oldest villains.
Revelations regarding the villain played by Tenoch Huerta mentioned that “Namor” will be the ruler of Talocan, who will leave for Wakanda to fight.
“He is an antagonist of dreams,” mentioned the director, who also confessed that “Namor” was conceived as a way to avoid being confused with characters like Aquaman.
The recent image of “Namor” shows Tenoch Huerta with ear and face ornaments and numerous necklaces of precious stones and shells.
Tenoch Huerta revealed details about his villain.
The Mexican actor told Empire that his character in the MCU is a mutant, and the history of Mesoamerica inspires his profile.
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The main problem that will unleash the conflict with Namor will be the revelation of T’Challa to the world, which the antagonist will see as a danger to his people.
In the words of Tenoch Huerta, the director had the option of having the antagonist be Mexican because the film was intended to take place in the Mesoamerican period.
“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” will hit theaters in mid-November.