Black Panther: Wakanda Forever only a few days left before its premiere, and we had the opportunity to chat with Nate Moore, director of production and development at Marvel Studios. In the interview, we will touch on some important aspects of the film, such as the difficulties involved in making a feature film of this caliber. But there are also topics like colonization, how it affects people and entire societies. But it also gave us a nice surprise in regards to the X-Men.

Nate Moore has been one of the key people in the development of many of the most recent productions in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Especially films like Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Captain America: Civil War, Black Panther, Falcon and Winter Soldier or Eternal.

Moore is considered one of Hollywood’s new leaders. He started out at Marvel leading the studio’s writing team and, according to Kevin Feige, “has become invaluable to the directors he works with.”

Towards the X-Men in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, according to Nate Moore

During an interview (also available on YouTube) Nate Moore bombarded us that we are definitely moving towards the X-Men in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. One of the revelations Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is the appearance of the second mutant after it was revealed during the last episode of Ms. Marvel that Kamala Khan was also a mutant. Here is a small spoiler for the movie, although it does not affect the plot:

“I mean, it’s no secret, we’re heading to the X-Men. I hope sooner or later. But we think it’s great fun to play with these breadcrumbs to get the public interested in this idea,” he said. explains Moore in an interview hypertext. “And, to be honest, to be true to this character. I mean, Namor is the first mutant and we didn’t want to move away from that.”

In the comics, Namor is also a mutant, the son of a sea captain and a princess from the underwater kingdom of Atlantis. In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, his place of origin is different, but his abilities, like the source material, come from a mutation.

The confirmation that Namor is a mutant and that the Marvel Cinematic Universe is moving towards the X-Men is an important revelation for fans that has been clearly teased in the studio’s main four releases.

  1. During Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness in which we can see a variant of Professor Charles Xavier.
  2. In the last episode mrs marvelwhen the origin of Kamala Khan is revealed.
  3. In the last episode she is the hulkwhen Jen Walters breaks the fourth wall and visits KEVIN
  4. And finally in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever with Namor’s origins.

Colonization weight in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Another important topic during the interview with Nate Moore was the weight of the consequences of colonization and how they are considered in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. This is one of the big differences in the origin story of Namor, who does not originate from Atlantis but is the ruler of the kingdom of Talokan, a civilization inspired by the Mesoamericans, especially the Aztecs and the Maya.

“I think Ryan [Coogler]when, when he conceived this world, he wanted it to be tied to a real place, like Wakanda in the first movie. And if you think about Atlantis, in the posts it has always existed, maybe it was inspired by the Romans, but didn’t seem incredibly specific. Thematically, Ryan was and still is very interested in the issue of colonization and how it affects people,” explains Moore.

“So that was the question, well, by the way, there are too many of them, but what other peoples survived this loss, and how does this compare to Wakanda, which was never colonized?”

“And looking at the Mayan civilization, both past and present, it is so rich, both culturally and visually, but also narratively.
tragically, this is wrong, because they still exist. But it’s rife with the need to go through some of those issues, so it made sense to build on that and really be inspired by such a fantasy culture and hopefully give Talokan a bit of the same grounding in reality as Wakanda.” continuation.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever It opens November 11 in theaters around the world. This will be the end of Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This is all that is known about the film so far.

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