Now what Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is shaping up for its premiere, there are many rumors that run around it. With the repeated mentions of various characters listed to appear, one of the most requested by fans is the X-Men favorite. According to rumors, the film would contain a variant of Wolverine and for many there is no one better than Daniel Radcliffe to play him.
However, when the subject is brought before the British, he can only show strangeness (via). Although for many the casting It is already certain, it turns out that for the actor such confirmation has not reached his door. Although he considers it quite a compliment that the public requires him for the role, Daniel Radcliffe doubts that he will ever receive the call from Marvel.
“A lot of people come up to me like, ‘Hey, I heard the Wolverine news, that’s really cool.’ And I’m like, ‘Dude, it’s not, I don’t know anything about it,'” the actor commented. “I appreciate that someone clearly said, ‘Wolverine is really short in the comics, we should get a short guy to do it.’ But I don’t see them moving from Hugh Jackman to me, but who knows. Prove me wrong, Marvel.”
Although the cinema has accustomed us to the opposite, those faithful to Marvel prints know very well that the character in question is short. Perhaps the main reason fans consider Daniel Radcliffe a good fit to play Wolverine. Without a doubt they share the size, in addition to the beard and the actor has already shown us his interpretive potential in roles that require a great physical change.
Practically since 2019 the internet has fantasized about the idea and even several illustrations have reached the network. However, Radcliffe assures that Marvel’s call has not taken place. If we consider that the premiere of the sequel to Stephen Strange is only a couple of months away, the only option left in all this is that the actor is lying. Something that the study of superheroes has taught its actors to do very well.
Another actor who has also been considered to fill Hugh Jackman’s shoes is Taron Egerton. Considered more than anything by the fans. But in the same way, the actor has denied the rumors with the same speed with which they emerged.
“The fact that everyone thinks I’m the one for the role is flattering,” he said. “I love Marvel, but for now it’s all fan stuff. There is no solid basis for those rumours.”
As Marvel makes the decision, Daniel Radcliffe wastes no time. This year he will have a busy schedule with multiple releases that will showcase his range as an actor. One of them is a block buster of action and comedy where he shares credits with Sandra Bullock, The Rock, Channing Tatum and Brad Pitt. The lost City tells the story of a fanatic who kidnaps his favorite author to help him find the fictional city of his own books.
The second is the biopic by Al Yankovic, in which Radcliffe will become the eccentric comedian. The film will portray the personal life of a man full of extravagances, strange things, excesses, love affairs and more. It recently wrapped up filming in record time and is expected to hit Hulu screens before the end of the year.
On the other hand Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness It will arrive in Mexican movie theaters on May 6. Will there be or will there not be Wolverine? We’ll find out.
The entry Daniel Radcliffe speaks for the first time about the casting of Wolverine was first published in Cinema PREMIERE.