Eden Sher Has Met With MARVEL And She’s Excited
As we all know, Marvel has numerous projects in the pipeline. They are currently filming the highly anticipated Avengers: Age of Ultron, with filming getting ready to start filming on Edgar Wright’s Ant-Man. There are several other projects that are in the very early stages, such as Doctor Strange and sequels to Captain America and Thor. They also have some television projects in the works with the four Netflix series that will start out with Daredevil. So the studio is constantly on the search for their latest star and it looks as though they may be adding one to the ranks.
This afternoon, Eden Sher sent out an interesting tweet that states that The Middle actress met with the popular studio. As you can see from the tweet below, it was a very fruitful meeting and it looks like she has some reading to do: “Went to marvel offices at noon for a “15 minute meeting.” 3 hrs and 80 lbs of issues later, here I am paralyzed from excitement.”
She doesn’t state what part she is meeting for, but if I had to make a wager, I’d say Jessica Jones, one of the Defenders who is getting her own Netflix series. We know that Daredevil, aka Matt Murdock has been cast, but they haven’t released the name yet. Now, this is purely speculation on my part, but looking at her image, I’d say she’s got the look for the part. I’m not too familiar with her work, but she’s got some popular TV series on her resume, including The Middle, Sons & Daughters and Weeds.
The four series that will air on Netflix, which also includes Iron Fist and Luke Cage, will culminate in a Defenders mini-series. The shows will be a part of the established universe as well, and I assume that if they do well and are accepted by the populace, they could eventually make the jump to the big screen. Time will tell on that one. What say you folks, is Eden Sher a good fit for Jessica? Who else do you think she could be playing?
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