The following slate of Surprise Cinematic Universe projects turned into once equipped on the D23 expo this weekend, and amongst them is a particular form of crew-up movie that can consist of a number of stale villains and anti-heroes from previous tales.
Sebastian Stan took to the stage to ascertain that he will be reprising the role of Bucky Barnes a.ok.a. the Wintry weather Soldier in Surprise Studios’ Thunderbolts, alongside a “factual afraid bunch” of returning characters.
The lineup will consist of Florence Pugh as Yelena Belova, the breakout character from 2021’s Dim Widow who also seemed in the Hawkeye series on Disney+. Following the death of Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) in Avengers: Endgame, many fans obtain anticipated Yelena to spend the mantle of Dim Widow in a future movie, and it looks as if she could perhaps end up doing correct that in Thunderbolts. Stunning like her sister prior to her, Yelena’s previous as an assassin manner she has tons to atone for.
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One other customary settle from Dim Widow who will be becoming a member of the Thunderbolts is Yelena’s father settle, the Russian operative Pink Guardian done by Stranger Things indispensable particular person David Harbour. Thunderbolts can even feature that movie’s antagonist, Taskmaster, done by Olga Kurylenko.
Wyatt Russell is coming befriend as John Walker, the man who turned into once given Captain The United States’s defend and started going by U.S. Agent in The Falcon and the Wintry weather Soldier, a gig which didn’t slump all that neatly for him. We’re also going to stare extra of Hannah John-Kamen as Ghost, the once quickly non-corporeal anti-heroine from Ant-Man and the Wasp.
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Rounding out the solid is Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Valentina, the shady character who has been shooting up in key scenes over the closing year; she recruited John Walker for reasons unknown, and is also at this time Yelena’s boss. It’s far imaginable that Thunderbolts will prove her in a Reduce Fury-esque role, albeit a morally murkier one.
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