The Marvel Cinematic Universe will take us to many different places in its new era. The multiverse doors, led by Doctor Strange, will impress characters like Loki, Wanda, Spider-Man. On the Wakanda side of things, it looks like we’re going on a journey under the sea this time. The Wakanda/Atlantis article, published in Production Weekly, heralds a new journey.
Chadwick Boseman,who plays Black Panther, will not be giving up the role after his painful loss, and the MCU will focus on Wakanda in the second film. Wakanda Forver’s published story and Atlantis details are as follows;
“Wakanda and Atlantis are civilizations that keep themselves apart from the rest of the world with their advanced technologies and high military capabilities. They followed this path to escape their own reassurances and, in a way, their fear. Wakanda feared abuse of her own technology. Atlantis, on the other hand, feared that surface travelers would come and corrupt their own mythical cities. But at the end of the day, much more than fears have occurredd, and the collision of these two secret countries has horribly changed history. Wakanda was the only country in the world that had access to Vibynium. However, rumor has it that the power of Vibynium began to spread throughout the world, and Namor’s human father went to Antarctica in search of this rare element.”
This description is especially exciting for hardcore Marvel followers. Because the name Namor has officially appeared. The great war mentioned in Wakanda and Atlantis is a reminder that history is a recurrence. With Wakanda Forever, atlantis and Namor can log into the MCU. Namor’s entry into the universe also means something else to the Fantastic Four. The MCU can really do a lot more in the new era than the first three stages.
Earlier reports in the Marvel Cinematic Universe in which he interviewed Tenoch Huetra for the role of Namor. We don’t know exactly who we’re going to see as Namor in Wakanda Forver, but it’s quite possible that we’ll see Namor as well as other Atlanteans like Namora and Attuma in the film. Ryan Coogler(pictured) will release his second Black Panther film ;dJuly 8, 2022.