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After an impressive debut in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Namor may soon join the MCU’s Earth’s Mightiest Heroes in their greatest battle yet in Avengers: The Kang Dynasty Vintage Art Flag Machine Head Shirt Tenoch Huerta had an incredible performance in Black Panther 2, leaving fans to wonder how the Talokan ruler would fit the franchise’s future. Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige already teased Namor’s future, pointing out that the character has “80 years of stories” from the comics they can tap into for his future appearances. Although Marvel is legally blocked from creating a Namor solo movie, the character is still poised to appear sooner rather than later.
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When Comicbook.com noted how excited they are to see his plans for Avengers: The Kang Dynasty, Jeff Loveness, the movie’s writer, openly shared that he’s “excited” to write Namor, potentially indicating that Tenoch Huerta’s MCU anti-hero could show up in the next crossover movie: Comicbook: “Well, I’m excited to see what you all cook up in this franchise here.”Jeff Loveness: “Namor, man Vintage Art Flag Machine Head Shirt I’m excited to write Namor.” In a past interview with Total Film, Huerta was ecstatic about his eventual MCU comeback, noting that “you can create a lot of things with Namor” while also pointing out that “the mythology” around the character is huge: “I hope so! I hope so!! Because I want a bigger contract! I want more zeroes in my contract! No, I’m joking. I mean, the mythology around Namor is huge. You can be crazy with all this cultural aspect, and you can create a lot of things with Namor, because they take a fantastic source of stories and mythology and religion and everything. So I hope they decide to keep going with the character, past its own story or whatever.”While Avengers 5 is still a long way from filming, Loveness provided a new update about the development of its script. Speaking with The Hollywood Reporter, the Marvel scribe admitted that “it’s hard to even say” what stage he is currently at in the scriptwriting process.