Thanks to the lessons learned in Marvel Studios' foray into movies, they're really getting good at tying down actors for the rest of their lives. Toward that end, we learned today that Rosario Dawson (Claire Temple) will be coming back to Daredevil Season 2, and more importantly, any Netflix series they want her to be in.
It's a great move, because Jessica Jones and Luke Cage will probably need a superhero nurse, too.
Marvel has their schedule planned out well unto 2020. Joining the Avengers, Captain Marvel (The MCU's first female solo hero) will have her own film in 2018. She, along with Chadwick Boseman as Black Panther, Paul Rudd as Ant-Man and Benedict Cumberbatch as Doctor Strange, will lead the Avengers in Phase 4.
Outside of the Inhumans, she is the only Marvel hero who has not been cast. Here are our favorites, and how their performances of the most powerful woman in the MCU would play out.
Sgt. Abraham Ford (Michael Cudlitz), Rosita Espinosa (Christian Serratos), and Dr. Eugene Porter (Josh McDermitt) all appeared in last night's episode. How long do you think they'll last in the TV Series?
Avengers: Age of Ultron just got it's villain, in veteran creep and bad guy, James Spader. Ultron is an artificial intelligence, but with Spader's acting style, we might be treated to a more humanized Ultron.
The former Game of Thrones star and all around badass has officially signed on to appear in Zack Snyder's second Superman movie. He's joining Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck's first turn at Batman and the recently cast Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, but no one is quite sure what his role will be.
The two leading theories has him as the movies potential villain, Doomsday, a Kryptonian monster who is most famous for killing Superman back in 1992. The other option is seeing him play Jusitce League regular, Martian Manhunter, making a Justice League movie all the more likely.