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Marvel Fans Spot THIS Awkward Alteration In ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’

Marvel fans were quick to spot a major digital alteration in 'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.'

Marvel fans were left bewildered by a bold editing choice in the new Black Panther: Wakanda Forever film. The sequel to 2018’s Black Panther recently hit theatres on November 11 and pulled in a whopping $330 million in ticket sales worldwide. However, some eagle-eyed viewers were quick to notice that Namor, played by Tenoch Huerta, had his manhood size altered on-screen.

Namor, who appears as the villain in the latest Marvel film, the Black Panther sequel, donned a pair of skimpy green shorts with some gold arm and shin plates. The skin-tight shorts left little to the imagination and fans noticed Namor’s manhood appeared to be smaller in the theatrical cut compared to the trailer. While pointing out the editing, one fan wrote, “Imagine having to be an editor removing his bulge frame by frame for hours on end LMFAOO”

Another passionate Marvel viewer commented, “GIVE NAMOR HIS PENIS BACK.” Third added, ‘No because they really wasted VFX on this I’m sick thinking about it.’ Meanwhile, another said, ‘Damn, I guess you can say that his d**k was Nomor.’ Black Panther: Wakanda Forever earned $330 million in ticket sales worldwide during its opening weekend, it was estimated by Walt Disney Co. on Sunday.

The distributor also said the film set a box office November record in the United States and Canada, according to Reuters. From Thursday night through Sunday, the Ryan Coogler-directed feature pulled in $180M domestically. The film beat out 2013’s The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, which opened with $158.1 million. However, the sequel earned $150 million between Wednesday and Sunday, making it the top-grossing Hollywood release internationally. Wakanda Forever, which stars Angela Bassett, Leticia Wright, and Lupita Nyong’o, and more, was highly anticipated before its November 11 release.

The film, which follows 2018’s original, earned $84 million on opening day, including $28 million from Thursday previews. The first film opened to $202 million in February 2018 and went on to gross over $1.4 billion worldwide. It became one of the highest-grossing films of all time and a cultural phenomenon, but audiences were crushed when its star, Chadwick Boseman, died unexpectedly in 2020.

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