Black Panther 2 Leak Reveals the Sequel’s Main Villain

It’s been quite some time since the public visited Wakanda. Fortunately, that wait will come to an end with the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. Ryan Coogler’s next project will reunite the likes of Letitia Wright’s Shuri and Winston Duke’s M’Baku with fans around the world as a new threat emerges.

But what could possibly rise up to oppose the vibranium-infused nation? Well, another hidden civilization much like your own mysterious country: Atlantis.

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The underwater city is rumored to play a key role in the sequel, but it is something that has not yet been confirmed. However, this hasn’t stopped other outlets from reporting on it, including news about the casting of the Atlantis frontman: Namor de Tenoch Huerta.

But what role will the benevolent ruler have? Well, according to an industry insider, audiences should expect the antihero to get plenty of screen time.

Who is the villain of Black Panther 2?

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industry insider charles murphy of Murphy’s Multiverse has revealed that Namor, the leader of the underwater nation of Atlantis, will in fact be the “main antagonist” from Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

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No further details were given. Tenoch Huerta is rumored to play Namor in the sequel.

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When the role of Namor in the film is whispered first spread over the internet, many assumed it was for a villainous role. After all, the character has a long past with Wakanda.

Needless to say, the two do not get along. In fact, the underwater leader is famous for flooding T’Challa’s entire city in the comics. Could the public see that happening here?

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It was recently rumored that the cause of the entire conflict in the first place was due to Riri Williams as Dominque Thorne, also known as Iron Heart. An invention of his is reportedly ready to spark conflict between the two nations; but what could that mysterious object be?

Maybe it’s his new suit. that he will debut on the project, though it’s hard to see why he would catch Namor’s eye.

Fans will have to wait for more details until November 11, when Black Panther: Wakanda Forever It hits theaters around the world.

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