Since the inception of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, comicbook fans have continued to speculate casting choices for future entries in its third and fourth phases. Photoshop has made it incredibly easy for anyone with a little bit of technological know-how to place the faces of their favorite actors and actresses on well-known superheroes and villains.
Some of these characters have yet to make their debut within the MCU. However, while some of them have already been cast, fans still enjoy playing with possibilities. Here are six thought-provoking Photoshop jobs created by curious Marvel moviegoers.
Jamie Foxx As Blade
Jamie Foxx proved himself as more than capable of pulling off a violent, soft-spoken hero in Django Unchained. He could definitely bring his own nuances to the table as Blade, whilst still adhering to the character’s primary traits. Surely, Foxx’s wide range of previous acting efforts would lend themselves to the development of Eric Brooks as a Dhampir (Half-Human/Half-Vampire) driven to avenge his mother’s killer.
Walter Goggins As Carnage/Cletus Kasady
When Ant-Man and The Wasp hits theaters on July 6th, 2018, it will be Walter Goggins’ first acting gig in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as Sonny Burch, Chairman of Cross Tech. However, Goggins could become a very welcome addition to the Spider-Man franchise in the MCU.
His acting range would allow Goggins the chance to journey into the frightening depths of a serial killer’s mind. In fact, the performance could become exponentially more terrifying, as the Venom symbiotic spawn would bond to its new host, who is serving 11 consecutive prison sentences.
Brian Tee As The Sub-Mariner
Namor the Sub-Mariner has been a staple character in Marvel since his initial comicbook appearance in 1939’s Motion Picture Funnies Weekly #1. Brian Tee has previous experience with Marvel cinematic ventures as Noburo in The Wolverine. He also found a leading villainous role as the Shredder in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out Of The Shadows, proving he is more than capable in a part that requires a commanding presence. Seeing Tee as the Atlantean Namor is becoming more of a possibility since the actor has publicly expressed a desire to portray the Sub-Mariner in the MCU.