Two Face is Chatting With Marvel
With the rumor of Joseph Gordon-Levitt being at the top of Marvel’s list for Doctor Strange yesterday, Marvel seems to be gunning for some DC film universe veterans. Or maybe they just like good actors? The Disney-owned studio has a lot of roles to fill in the coming years, as they are continually adding more and more filmes to their schedule, with two more yet-to-be-named projects recently added. To date, the studio has yet to cast an actor or actress that wasn’t a good fit for the role. Sure, some of them have come out of left field, but they’ve done an amazing job in the casting deptartment so far.
Recently, Vin Diesel has taken to the social media venues to inform fans that he has met with Marvel to likely discuss a role, and has even included some images that have been quite vague, but he is not doubt hinting at something, whether it be Vision, Ant-Man, Namor or someone completely different. It wouldn’t surprise me if we learned how he will be involved in the Marvel Cinematic Universe some time this week.
It now looks as though Marvel has set their sights on another high-profile actor in Aaron Eckhart. The DC film alum recently talked with NukeTheFridge to promote his latest project Erased, and was asked whether or not he’d be re-teaming with director Christopher Nolan any time soon. The Two Face portrayor said that Chris had not contacted him, but that he has been working with Marvel on a potential project. Of course, he didn’t give a specific role or film, so we are left to speculate and guess.
Obviously, nothing has been confirmed yet, but we’ve always gotten big announcements at SDCC and I have no doubt this year will be no different. If I had to make a guess, I’d say they may be looking at Eckhart for Ant-Man, or possibly Doctor Strange, but with so many films in the pipeline, I really have no clue. Eckhart can be seen later this year in the adaption of I, Frankenstein, where he plays Adam, a modern take on the iconic monster. What do you kids think? Who could Eckhart play?
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Source : Nuke The Fridge