5 Marvel Actors Who Need To Be Recast

Some Marvel actors and actresses either did not play well with the audiences or have ended their time as the particular character and surely need to be recast in the future movie. Here is a list of some Marvel actors and actresses who need to recast.

Elektra

Daredevil’s second season was probably the best Netflix TV series ever done by Marvel. But, the only thing that was not good about the season was Elektra. It was just bad casting and costume for the role that did not do the trick. Elektra is played by Elodie Young.

Jane Foster

Thor’s love interest Jane Foster was played by Natalie Portman who has done amazing roles throughout her Hollywood career. Considering she does not have good relations with Marvel and is not a part of Thor: Ragnarok, the character has to be recast in the future movies.

X23

X23 was played by Dafne Keen in Logan this year and her performance was really top notch. But considering Fox would want an older actress for the role in the future movies, the actress will surely be recast.

Wolverine

It is hard to imagine someone else in the role of Wolverine other than Hugh Jackman considering what he has done with the character. But, we all know that he hung up the claws after this year’s blockbuster, Logan. So, Wolverine would surely be recast in his reboot movie.

Iron Fist

Iron Fist is played by Finn Jones on the Marvel’s Netflix series and is going to appear in this year’s Defenders too. But, considering Iron Fist being the worst Marvel Netflix show, just because of the script and the acting done by Finn Jones, he should be recast in the role, at least that’s what the fans want.

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Considering the contracts of the big guns of Marvel Like Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans and Chris Hemsworth are ending after Infinity War, Iron Man, Captain America, and Thor will need to be recast for future movie appearances.

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