Tenoch Huerta celebrated a possible nomination for the Oscar Awards with a message for the haters

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The controversial Mexican actor, Tenoch Huerta celebrated on his social networks the possibility of entering the nominations for Best Film for Son of Monarchs at the 2022 Oscars.

The also Mexican activist was proud that the film by the famous Franco-Venezuelan director, Alexis Gambis, is contemplated by critics, according to a publication on the portal dead line, for the Oscars 2022. PFor this, he made a comment against his haters who usually seek to intimidate him on social networks.

Go the bear, we are eligible for the Oscar. Haters should go to the US film academy to protest. It’s going to give them a squirt”, he wrote first where he shared the publication of dead line. “That does not mean that we are selected yet, but it is a great first step. What a monkey!”, he shared with his little more than 132 thousand followers on Twitter.

Tenoch Huerta celebrates the possibility of being nominated for the Oscars Photo: Twitter/@TenochHuerta
Tenoch Huerta celebrates the possibility of being nominated for the Oscars Photo: Twitter/@TenochHuerta

The movie Son of Monarchs is a Mexican-American co-production by director Alexis Gambis, was selected to compete in the film festival Sundance, which is the largest in the world. The film was presented at the end of December 2020 at the Morelia International Film Festival.

Tenoch Huerta stars in the feature film and shared credits with a great cast of actors such as Kaarlo Isaacs Barria, Angélica Aragón, Lázaro Gabino Rodríguez and Noé Hernández. The production was filmed in Michoacán, with the Monarch Butterfly Sanctuary as its main location.

This has not been the only occasion that the interpreter is linked to a great production, last year the portal The Illuminerdi, detailed that the Mexican actor was part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU)) as the villain namer on tape Black Panther 2, a feature film that is currently in its production stage.

In the article written by the specialized site, the following can be read: “It was also reported that the star of Narcos: Mexico, Tenoch Huerta, had joined the cast as an unknown villain. After intense research, The Illuminerdi have learned from our sources that Tenoch will play none other than Namor, The Submariner”.

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It should be noted that last weekend Tenoch Huerta also It was trending by the followers of Marvel when the insider, My time To Shine Hello, confirmed that the Mexican actor will be Namor in the Black Panter prequel: “Yes, Tenoch Huerta is Namor”, he wrote last Saturday, January 22.

The reference to the new character, which the Mexican will presumably play, was made present in Avengers: Endgame when one of the protagonists, Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), reported that an earthquake occurred in African territory and that it happened unexpectedly in the ocean.

Based on site information Smash, the possible villain that Tenoch Huerta will play first appeared in 1939 in Marvel Comics #1, at Timely Comics, Marvel’s predecessor company.

Tenoch Huerta - Black Panther
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On that occasion, many fans interpreted the scene as the arrival of namor to the Marvel Cinematic World. However, when the site The Illuminerdi published Tenoch’s participation, many doubted the veracity of the news because the rights to the character belonged, at that time, to UniversalPictures.

But nevertheless, that was before the creation of the Marvel Multiverse, when it premiered Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021) and with the arrival of Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire.

Currently, the following tapes of Marvel Studios draw much attention to all film fans, for the various personalities who will return to embody their old characters in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness next June 6, 2022.


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