A new report indicates that Namor & Atlantis will be part of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever and will make an Namor spin-off within the MCU.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is said to be rumored to launch a new major franchise within the MCU with this time, it’s the Namor character. Namor. Black Panther is one of Marvel Studios’ most successful films since it’s the 13th highest-grossing movie worldwide in the world, with $1.3 billion in revenue. It’s also the only Marvel Studios film to earn an Academy Award for Best Picture. Ryan Coogler returns to helm the highly anticipated sequel , but has kept much of the story in the dark.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever has been a difficult production. The tragic loss of the star Chadwick Boseman in the year 2020 caused a full revision of the script, resulting in the release date of the film to be moved by a week from the 6th of May, 2022 to November 11 2022. Marvel Studios made the decision to not remake T’Challa’s character in honour of Boseman Many rumors have suggested that his sister Shuri becoming the next incarnation as Black Panther.
However, the film’s star Letitia Wright suffered an injury on the set and, while they were able to film her in the best way they could and the production was stopped during the period of two months. Wright is now back to the set with filming scheduled to start with one month of filming remaining on the film.
Although details about the plot of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever aren’t available there is a rumor that it will include Namor the Submariner. Namor who is the submariner. As per BleedingCool The sequel is believed to include Namor and his Namora and Atlantean warlord Attuma. The film is expected to be a war among Wakanda as well as Atlantis. Namor’s role on the screen is similar to that of Black Panther character in Captain America: Civil War with the idea for Namor to take Namor off in his own movie.
The character was created by artist and writer Bill Evert in 1939, Namor is among the first superheroes to emerge from in the Golden Age of Comics and an important character for Marvel Comics when it was at the time named Timely Comics. Stan Lee brought the character back to life in the comic book The Fantastic Four #4 in 1962. He has since become an integral part of The Marvel Universe as the ruler of Atlantis. He has frequently been seen in conflict with as well as an ally to the Fantastic Four, Black Panther, The X-Men, Doctor Doom and many more. Universal Pictures held the film rights to the character as well as the two films Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone‘s Chris Columbus and Terminator 3: Rise of the Machine‘s Jonathan Mostow were attached to direct. In the past there was speculation whether Marvel Studios had gained the rights to the character or whether Universal retained them however, if the rumor is true it is likely that the option offered by Universal has expired.