It seems like every week another actor denies or pleads his ignorance of internet rumors suggesting that they are wanted to appear in a Marvel movie, and after an entire week of watching Andrew Garfield swear, swear and swear again that he is not in Spider-Man: No Path Home – although we’re all pretty sure it is – it looks like the stick of the Spider-Man rumor denial has now passed to Sandra Bullock. Appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live !, Bullock was asked about rumors that she is one of the names vying to be Madame Web in Sony Pictures’ Spider-Man character universe.
Sandra Bullock responded to the question by saying, “I don’t think I’m Marvel material.” She went on to say that she hadn’t had any contact with Marvel about any projects and really didn’t know what Kimmel was talking about. Kimmel joked with the actress that he had to ask these questions and really press his guests because there is a long list of actors who have lied to him over the years about whether or not they will star in the next few. Marvel movies.
While all of this may be true, it seemed that there was a strong sense of bewilderment on the part of the Bird box star and while there is no denying her acting abilities, as Kimmel described Madame Web, it was clear that she had no idea what he was talking about and had no idea what kind of theories she was talking about. fans who thrive to extreme levels online.
“You know what, if that was a rumor my son had heard, do you know how much I would get it done around the house,” she laughed. “I would be so successful in my requests. Who did they say I would be? His grandmother or something? Kimmel described Madame Web, leading Bullock to ask, “Why wasn’t I hired for this? What happened to the talks? I need to know. Because I think I would be amazing with it? the psychic of that. ”
Of course, while Sony’s Spider-Man Universe isn’t quite the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with recent developments in the Marvel timeline, they’re now linked in a way that would have seemed untenable when Disney and Sony are talking about the use of Spider-Man in the MCU. broke down and threatened everything the two studios built around Marvel’s best-known and highest-grossing characters. The Spider-Man: No Path Home trailer and post credit scene from Venom: let there be carnage revealed how the boundaries between universes have been all but erased, which has been talked about for months now, including by Sony executive Sanford Panitch, who hinted at what’s to come in a previous interview with Variety.
“There is actually a plan,” he explained. “I think now maybe it’s getting a little clearer to people where we’re headed and I think when No way home fate, more will be revealed… What’s great is that we have this really great relationship with Kevin. There is an amazing sandbox to play with. We want these MCU movies to be absolutely huge, because it’s great for us and our Marvel characters, and I think it’s the same on their side. But we have a great relationship. There are a lot of opportunities, I think, that are going to arise. ”
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