Since the 1980s, Marvel Studios has created T.V. episodes and motion pictures based on their well-known comic book characters. Still, the 2008 release of “Iron Man” introduced the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which has since expanded to encompass a variety of media. The original idea of creating a shared universe of interconnected films culminating in The Avengers captivated moviegoers, and the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has only expanded with each new phase. Since so many movies have been made throughout the years, many of the actors you’ve been hoping to see in a Marvel film may already have appeared in one.
Elizabeth Banks attended the “Spider-Man 2” Los Angeles premiere. The actress and filmmaker appeared in brief sequences in the three Raimi movies as Betty Brant, J. Jonah Jameson’s secretary at The Daily Bugle newspaper.
When the 2012 remake began casting, Donald Glover was the target of an online campaign to convince him to portray Spider-Man. Andrew Garfield ultimately won the part, but Glover had a brief cameo as Aaron Davis in “Spider-Man: Homecoming.”
Lee Pace during “Captain Marvel’s” World Premiere. If you could see past his heavy makeup, you might notice that Twitter’s favourite hottie Lee Pace has appeared in two MCU movies as the antagonist Ronan The Accursed.
The critically criticised 2003 movie “Daredevil,” starring Ben Affleck, featured a cameo by writer, filmmaker, and de-facto king of nerds Kevin Smith as a forensic assistant. Smith has previously written for Marvel Comics.
Jenna Ortega has captivated audiences with her outstanding performances in several recent horror films. However, she made her acting debut when she was just 11 years old in a brief “Iron Man 3” scene in which she played the Vice President’s daughter.
In “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” Hannibal Buress plays Peter Parker’s physical education instructor, who discovers Peter Parker is genuinely Spider-Man. Buress’ dry wit best utilises this two-movie cameo part.
A cameo by Danny Pudi, who portrayed the famous character Abed Nadir in the comedy “Community,” would have thrilled the movie buff Abed. In “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” he portrayed a communications technician.
The “To All the Boys…” franchise’s leading lady, Lana Condor, began her acting career there. She was the mutant Jubilee, who could control electricity, and she made a brief cameo in the 2016 film “X-Men: Apocalypse.”
Sean Gunn, best known for his role as Kirk on “Gilmore Girls,” not only played Kraglin in “Guardians of the Galaxy” but also performed a crucial part as Rocket The Raccoon’s motion-capture actor for all of his MCU appearances. James Gunn, who directed “Guardians of the Galaxy,” has a brother named Sean.
The father of Reed Richards was portrayed by Tim Heidecker of the bizarre comedy team “Tim & Eric” in a brief flashback scene in the 2015 movie “The Fantastic Four.” He also had a humorous appearance as the captain of a whaleboat in “Ant-Man and the Wasp.”
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Ben Falcone and Melissa McCarthy
When the actress Melissa McCarthy and her husband, the director Ben Falcone, uploaded an audition tape online pleading to be cast in “Thor: Love and Thunder,” the video quickly went viral. They both received their dream when an Asgardian theatre group performing a play on Thor’s adventures in the previous movie “Thor: Ragnarok” made cameo appearances.
Trevor Noah, the host of “The Daily Show,” appeared in a Marvel movie exclusively as a voice actor. He voiced Griot, an artificial intelligence aboard Martin Freeman’s futuristic car, in the film “Black Panther.”
In a surprise appearance in “Deadpool 2,” Matt Damon played a rambling redneck with a stomach, a southern accent, a baseball cap, and a lengthy wig that made him almost unrecognisably unrecognisable.
Veteran T.V. actor Nathan Fillion has voiced characters for Marvel twice. Initially, he played a monstrous prisoner at the facility where the titular group first meets, and secondly, in the Hulu animation “M.O.D.O.K.,” he voiced Wonder Man.
The symbiotic antihero briefly appears in a nightclub in the 2019 sequel to “Venom,” where famous British rapper Little Simz portrays herself. She received the role due to Tom Hardy, the movie’s star, is a fan of her music.