Tenoch Huerta Confirms His Bulge Was Removed from Final Cut of Wakanda Forever : 'Not Going to Lie'
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Tenoch Huerta attends the Marvel Studios New York screening of Black Panther: Wakanda Forever at AMC 34th Street on November 1, 2022 in New York City.
Tenoch Huerta's skintight costume as Namor in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever was just a bit too much for Marvel Studios tastes.
In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, the Marvel Cinematic Universe actor was asked about a viral Twitter post that suggested Marvel had used digital effects to remove Huerta's bulge from Namor's skin-tight green shorts for the film's final cut.
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"The only thing I can say is: The original was the photo on the right," Huerta told the outlet when asked if he was okay with the apparent CGI job. "Without [the bulge]! That's original."
"No, I mean, I'm not going to lie to people," the actor added, clarifying that the bulge was indeed removed.
"Every man in the world has fragile masculinity, but not in that way," Huerta said. "I will say the real one, the real one is the photo on the right."
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Huerta, a Mexican actor who brings longtime Marvel Comics character Namor into a live-action story for the first time in Ryan Coogler's Black Panther sequel, previously noted to Entertainment Weekly that Namor's costume largely translates into the character "walking around in his underwear".
BLACK PANTHER: WAKANDA FOREVER, (aka BLACK PANTHER II), Tenoch Huerta, 2022
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Huerta isn't the first MCU actor to notice how skin-tight superhero costumes can often draw attention to different parts of the body.
In March, Spider-Man: No Way Home actor Andrew Garfield — who hadn't slipped into a Spider-Man suit since 2014's The Amazing Spider-Man 2 — told PEOPLE that donning the suit again made him nervous.
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"It was very scary because I was like, 'This isn't going to look good,'" he said of his return to his superhero costume. “I [was] 36 and I have to work a lot harder to keep my body in a certain shape. So I was very nervous.”
Garfield, like Huerta, noted during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live in March that he and fellow Spider-Man actors Tom Holland and Tobey Maguire couldn't help but notice bulges as the three Spider-Men slipped into costumes, according to Digital Spy .
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"We were all kind of thrown onto a set and asked to point at each other," Garfield, 39, said of arriving on set with Maguire. "And I think we got a good shot and that's because the rest of the time we just laughed and tried not to stare at each other in the crotch."
"It was just like comparing bulges," the actor added at the time.
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