A lot of our favourite actors are in a Marvel movie whether it’s the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) or Sony and we couldn’t be happier to see them play our beloved superheroes and villains. Some of these actors are actually fans of the Marvel characters that they play while others simply want to join in on the fun of being part of something big.
With each Marvel movie that’s released, we would hear from actors and singers wanting to be part of a Marvel project even if it’s just a cameo. Anne Hathaway may actually have an easy ticket to get involved in a Marvel project after working with fellow actor Jared Leto on a miniseries.
Academy award winner Anne Hathaway recently spoke in an interview on extratv that she would love to work with Jared Leto on the Morbius sequel and begs to be in it. Okay, maybe ‘beg’ isn’t the right word. When asked if there will be more projects involving her and Jared in the future, she answered, “It’s all theoretical. It’s not like I called him up and said, ‘Can I please be in “Morbius 2”? But… Jared, can I please be in “Morbius 2”?”.
Academy award winner Jared Leto plays Dr. Michael Morbius, a scientist suffering from a rare blood disease whose attempts to cure himself afflict him with a form of transgenic vampirism in the 2022 Sony/Marvel movie, Morbius.
If Anne Hathaway does manage to get herself involved on a Marvel project and more specifically the Morbius sequel, fans would be over the top to see this chameleon actress in the movie. The “Les Misérables” actress is known for easily playing any role given to her and our personal character pick for Anne to play would be Lilith, daughter of Dracula and a known enemy of Morbius.
While we wait for that dream to come true, Anne Hathaway and Jared Leto recently worked together on “WeCrashed”, an upcoming drama streaming television miniseries based on the podcast “WeCrashed: The Rise and Fall of WeWork” by Wondery. The series is scheduled to premiere on Apple TV+ on 18th March.
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