While Daniel Radcliffe is a popular choice among Marvel fans to take on the role of Wolverine, the Harry Potter star says he has yet to be contacted.
Daniel Radcliffe has once again denied long-running rumors that he will next play Wolverine.
In a recent appearance on The view to promote his new film The Lost CityRadcliffe was asked if he could succeed Hugh Jackman as the next Wolverine. “It’s something that comes up every now and then — because Wolverine is short in the comics, so every now and then everyone’s like, ‘Who’s a little actor?’ “But there was never really any truth to that,” Radcliffe said. “Once in a while I get bored of answering questions properly, so I just crack a joke like I did the other day, and that reignited the rumors a bit.” Radcliffe also said he “can’t stop anyone from doing something.” when it comes to fan castings.
The actor described any comparison between himself and Jackman as “inherently flattering.” Radcliffe was also asked in another recent interview if he could play the character, to which he gave another light-hearted response. “I don’t see them going to me from Hugh Jackman, but who knows? Prove me wrong Marvel.”
Since Jackman hung the Adamantium Claws after the release of logan In 2017, fans have been speculating as to who the next actor to play the legendary mutant should be. Jackman has stated on various occasions that he is done with the role, opening the door for a new actor to take on the role. Next to Radcliffe, king man Star Taron Egerton – who has also denied any involvement – was also a popular fan casting choice for the character. British actor Tom Hardy has also been featured in fan auditions since Jackman left the role.
While Radcliffe may not be taking on the role, there are rumors of Wolverine making an appearance Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness still swirl. Marvel Studios has yet to confirm anything about the character, but the appearance of Professor Charles Xavier in the film’s latest trailer appears to confirm the appearance of at least one character from 20th Century Fox’s X-Men films, denting the rumors of an accompanying Logan ignited cameo .
Whether it’s Radcliffe, Egerton, or a returning Jackman, fans will have to wait Doctor Strange to bring the sequel to theaters in order to get some clarity – if anything – about who will portray the beloved X-Man in his next on-screen appearance.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness hits theaters on May 6th.
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