Unbelievably, some celebrities have yet to appear in a Marvel franchise. Here, we argue in favor of some people who must get a shot. Zac Efron, Al Pacino, Ana de Armas, and others are among them.
Actors who must be cast in a Marvel Movie
- Monica Barbaro
With her ability to give the character an edge and demonstrate that she can hold her own with her hotshot male pilot counterparts in “Top Gun: Maverick,” the star recently appeared in the biggest film of the year. Barbaro has shown she would fit in perfectly in any role Marvel would want to cast her in. We believe that her casting is just a matter of time.
- Austin Butler
For Butler, the same is true. He recently dazzled audiences in Baz Luhrmann’s biopic of Elvis Presley, showcasing his versatility as an actor. Butler’s upcoming role in “Dune: Part 2” will undoubtedly serve as a display of how he might manage a future Marvel franchise.
- Steve Carell
Do not be misled by Carell’s comedy work; he is capable of anything. And we believe it would be a mistake to introduce him to the MCU as merely comic relief. We would like to see him in a dark role. Not always the major villain in a film or television program, but a supporting character who may be somehow connected to the hero. We would enthusiastically welcome that.
- Ana de Armas
She has previously demonstrated her ability as a Bond girl, and we can easily picture her in the MCU. In the upcoming Netflix film “Blonde,” De Armas portrays Marilyn Monroe, who might soon be searching for a different challenge that involves less drama and more action.
- Zac Efron
The actor has been balancing a variety of parts throughout his career. If he hasn’t at least tried out for a role within the MCU, we would be quite shocked. It would be fantastic if he appeared in a Marvel film or television program.
- Amber Midhunter
Due to her outstanding performance in “Prey,” Midthunder is probably receiving numerous offers. Marvel would be wise to reach this star given that she has already indicated a willingness to take on action roles.
- Keke Palmer
It’s obvious to us that the actress doesn’t just have the “it” factor to take on a Marvel franchise, but also the drive to make whatever she signs onto special. Recently, the star revealed this with roles in “Lightyear” and “Nope.”
- DeWanda Wise
We would love to see Wise take the next step in her career by acting as the face of a Marvel film or television show after her scene-stealing performance in “Jurassic World: Dominion.”
- Al Pacino
The renowned actor has attempted everything, barring part in a Marvel project. That need to change.
- Brendan Fraser
In “Doom Patrol” and “Titans,” he has already appeared as Cliff Steele in the DC universe (he was also going to star as Firefly in the now scrapped “Batgirl” movie). Therefore, it is not a stretch to believe that Fraser can join Marvel.