Marvel Studios has a threesome of profoundly expected sequels adding to its theatrical MCU slate this year, getting going with the aspect hopping trickeries in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. This precedes Taika Waititi's Thor: Love and Thunder toward the beginning of July and the much-anticipated Black Panther: Wakanda Forever in November.

Black Panther 2 is set to present several pristine characters with the general mish-mash, most notably including Tenoch Huerta's Namor the Submariner - an anti-hero which Marvel Studios just acquired the rights to use in the film. With him will come the whole lost city of Atlantis, which is additionally set to assume an immense part in the impending continuation as the submerged country participates in fighting with Wakanda on account of innovation from Dominique Thorne's Ironheart.

Namor is otherwise known as a classic member of the Illuminati from Marvel Comics, who formally made their introduction in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness this previous end of the week. As of late, the continuation's head writer even took a gander at what the possibilities were of having Namor be a part of that group as it made its hotly anticipated cinematic debut.

Doctor Strange 2 Writer on Namor in the Illuminati

Caution: The remainder of this article contains spoilers for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness writer Michael Waldron tended to the shortfall of Namor the Submariner in the MCU's Illuminati during a talk with Variety.

While Namor was at first on the table for possible consideration in the group for Doctor Strange 2, Waldron noticed how "Marvel had other plans for him" in the MCU's future (which fans currently realize will be in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever), eventually forestalling his appearance in Multiverse Of Madness:

"[We] talked about him, because he’s certainly an original member of the Illuminati. But I think Marvel has other plans for him in the MCU. And so he didn’t make his way in this particular movie."

Waldron likewise dove into how the Illuminati became an integral factor, explaining how both he and Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige run thoughts by one another for whom they need to be in the group. The head author noticed how Feige was "as excited about all that stuff" as any other individual, referring to the cycle as "a big, geeky team effort" to unite that group:

"That’s kind of a combination of us putting forth, 'Well, what if we did this?' But also, Kevin’s as excited about this stuff as we are, so sometimes those ideas are coming from Kevin saying, 'Well, what if we got so and so? I’m gonna do it! I’m gonna make the call!' So he’s as excited about all that stuff as any of us. It’s a big, geeky team effort to see what we can assemble for that team."

Waldron likewise uncovered that it was generally the arrangement to have Wanda Maximoff kill off the Illuminati, which he portrayed as genuinely "the madness of the Multiverse." He referred to the moment as "a great way to knock the audience off their feet" as they saw something that encouraged them before Wanda showed exactly the way that strong and terrifying she can really be

"Yeah, that was there in my first draft of the script. That was the madness of the Multiverse to me, really. You introduced this superhero team that makes the audience feel like they’re finally safe, and then the Scarlet Witch eviscerates them. It was a great way to knock the audience off their feet. And then hopefully, you spend the rest of the movie terrified of Wanda and what she’s capable of."

"The Illuminati Will See You Now...Except for Namor"

Marvel fans celebrated the premiere of the MCU's Illuminati in Doctor Strange 2, which included names like Hayley Atwell's Captain Carter, Patrick Stewart's Professor X, and even John Krasinski as Reed Richards. Indeed, even however energizing as that moment seemed to be, a few fans saw an absence of a specific sea-based anti-hero who's been a part of the group on various occasions.

Virtually every piece of comic art portraying the Illuminati incorporates an adaptation of Namor, considering he's one of the team's founding members going back many years. Yet, seeing how he'll get a considerably greater job in Black Panther 2 than what the Illuminati had in Doctor Strange 2, his presentation ought to have similarly as large of an effect when it comes.

It will likewise remove the disarray of him being possibly a Multiversal Variant, which is as of now being talked about with Krasinski as he might actually play Reed Richards in Marvel Studios' Fantastic Four. The incredible piece, all things considered, is that Namor is confirmed to be on his way, and regardless of whether he's not a part of the Illuminati yet, he'll be a part of the MCU for years to come.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is presently playing in cinemas. Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will premiere in theaters on November 11.

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