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Marvel’s revealing new look at Tenoch Huerta as Namor is quenching fans’ thirst

A post shared by Tenoch Huerta (@tenochhuerta)Is the sea level rising, or are you just happy to see this new peek at Namor in Wakanda Forever?Yes, the arrival of Marvel’s next superhero crush is iust around the corner, and Empire Magazine has an exclusive look at the aquatic prince Namor, played by Mexican actor Tenoch Huerta.It’s fair to say to Twitter is already dripping with anticipation for this water-born warrior…EXCLUSIVE IMAGE ?Namor is "a dream antagonist" for Black Panther: #WakandaForever, Ryan Coogler tells Empire.Read more and see the image in full: https://t.co/IGQr2GBHiP pic.twitter.com/2vWkSz6oGs— Empire Magazine (@empiremagazine) September 26, 2022The sequel to 2018’s Black Panther, Ryan Coogler’s Wakanda Forever will reportedly reckon with the loss of its king T’Challa—and, by extension, Chadwick Boseman.In the wake of the Black Panther’s passing, the leaders of the technologically advanced African kingdom must fight to protect their home from invading forces. Among such threats is Namor, the leader of an undersea civilization known as Tamoclan, fighting to save his people.Related: Step aside, Ken Doll! Here are 5 other live action hotties that left us swooningIn the comics, Namor hails from the fabled Atlantis, but the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) has updated the character for Wakanda Forever, drawing from Mesoamerican history and culture.
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Analyzing the new ‘Thor: Love & Thunder’ trailer for signs of queer life (Spoiler: There’s a LOT!)
When the first official teaser for Thor: Love & Thunder—the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s fourth Thor-lead film—dropped last month, it had fans in a tizzy over its alleged queerbaiting, with many theorizing that it could be hinting at a relationship between Chris Hemsworth’s titular God Of Thunder and Star-Lord, played by Chris Pratt.Though Pratt’s (confirmed bisexual) Guardian Of The Galaxy is only briefly glimpsed in the latest trailer, there’s still plenty of canonized queer characters to be found, as well as theatrical imagery and other showy choices that have us hoping this could actually be Marvel’s gayest movie yet.After all, it does come from the mind of writer/director Taika Waititi, who gave us Cate Blanchett as an antlered drama queen in his last MCU movie, in addition to HBO Max’s goofy pirate comedy, Our Flag Means Death, which surprised us all by becoming one of the queerest shows of the year.Just how gay is Thor: Love & Thunder? The movie—which also stars Natalie Portman, Tess Thompson, Christian Bale, and Russell Crowe—doesn’t hit theaters until July 8, so, until then, we’re left to scavenge the new trailer for hints of queerness, reading too far into things and blowing small moments way out of proportion, as we are wont to do.Take a look at it for yourself, and then read below for our breakdown of all of the trailer’s gayest moments.The trailer’s first spoken dialogue comes from none other than Korg, the rocky Kronan voiced by writer/director Taika Waititi, who stole every single scene in Ragnarok.
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Marvel fans reckon Thor could be gay in Thor: Love and Thunder after moment with Chris Pratt’s Star-Lord
supports HTML5 videoMarvel fans have been digging a particular moment in the newly released Thor: Love and Thunder trailer, wondering if it points to the God of Thunder exploring his sexuality.In the 90-second teaser trailer that dropped yesterday, offering audiences the first official look at the July blockbuster, Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is shown giving Chris Pratt’s character of Star-Lord, aka Peter Quill, a lingering look that got many fans on Twitter hot under the collar about its meaning.In the light moment, set up by irreverent director Taika Waititi, back at the helm once more following 2017’s Thor: Ragnarok, Thor is shown talking with Star-Lord as the rest of the Guardians of The Galaxy look on.Nebula (Karen Gillan), Drax The Destroyer (Dave Bautista), Mantis (Pom Klementieff), Groot (Vin Diesel) and Rocket (Bradley Cooper) are all present and correct, following Thor’s decision to travel with them after giving up the throne of New Asgard in Avengers: Endgame.Giving him a pep talk as Thor looks to ‘choose his own path’, Star-Lord tells the hero: ‘Remember what I told you: If you ever feel lost, just look into the eyes of the people that you love.’It’s made clear that the Guardians’ leader is looking at his crew, slightly misty-eyed, as he delivers the line, but Thor moves his head to be in Star-Lord’s line of sight, as he smiles at him.‘Not me,’ the outlaw clarifies, as he clocks Thor’s expression.Thor then chuckles to himself and tries to brush it off, responding: ‘What? Just listening,’ before looking off into the distance. The awkwardly humorous exchange had fans delighting over the possibility of Thor being gay in the new movie, as they rushed to social media to share theories.Directly referencing Thor ‘gazing
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Marvel stands with LGBT community and ‘strongly denounces’ controversial US ‘don’t say gay’ bill
pic.twitter.com/hZHGc10BzhTheir statement comes after The Walt Disney Company, which owns Marvel, was criticised for not using its influence in the state to try and quash the bill.Disney’s chief executive Bob Chapek later apologised for the company’s silence on the matter and suspended their political donations in Florida earlier this week.Florida’s controversial Parental Right in Education bill, which has been nicknamed the ‘don’t say gay’ bill, restricts schools in the state from teaching students about sexual orientation and gender issues, with teachers potentially facing lawsuits if they fail to comply.Republican politicians argues that it should be down to parents, not teachers, to educate children on gender issues during their formative years.The unexpected way sitcom Stath Lets Flats inspired Oscar Isaac for Moon KnightOscar Isaac wants Moon Knight to team-up with Daredevil, Blade and Ghost RiderMoon Knight star May Calamawy hopes series will educate on Egyptian mythology and cultureThe text of the legislation states: ‘Classroom instruction by school personnel or third parties on sexual orientation or gender identity may not occur in kindergarten through [third grade]’ or ‘in a manner that is not age appropriate or developmentally appropriate for students in accordance with state standards’ in other grades.It adds that parents ‘may bring an action against a school district to obtain a declaratory judgement’ and they may be awarded damages and legal fees if it is found that a school violated the bill.Got a story?If you’ve got a celebrity story, video or pictures get in touch with the Metro.co.uk entertainment team by emailing us celebtips@metro.co.uk, calling 020 3615 2145 or by visiting our Submit Stuff page –
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