It’s hard to look at director Alexandre Aja’s Crawl without thinking about one of the landmark creations in natural disaster mayhem: Steven Spielberg’s Jaws. To some, this might feel like a reductive comparison, as comparing any genre effort with a sea-based creature feels unfair to a film that’s trying to strike it out as a fresh prospect.
However, when CinemaBlend got to talk to Alexandre Aja as part of the press day for Crawl at the Long Island Aquarium, even he had to admit that the comparisons are inevitable. Even better, in the following remarks, he admits that while those comparisons are fair and expected. He kept them in mind to make his film a unique monster of its own:
As a fan of the 1975 sea-faring classic himself, Alexandre Aja knows the difference between paying homage and making a film that feels like a straight up remake. Though seeing as Aja has experience with remakes, in both Piranha 3D and The Last House On The Left, even when he’s hired to straight up remake a film, Alexandre doesn’t merely stick to the path that was laid down by the original.
Indeed, Crawl pays as much homage to Jaws in its tale of humans versus alligators hungry for their flesh as it does the Bible itself, something that’s hidden right in plain sight within the film. But much like how he enjoys playing with the convention of whether the dog in a disaster such as this lives or dies, Alexandre Aja is more drawn to defying rather than conforming to expectations set by his historic predecessors.
A good example of such a convention at work is the moment sees Kaya Scodelario’s Haley tries to trap her would-be attacker in a flooded shower, she taunts the gator with a shout of, “C’mon, you son of a bitch.”
While the result isn’t an explosive/killing blow to her adversary, it does recall that famous moment at the end of Jaws where Roy Scheider tells Bruce the shark to smile, using that same insult in the process. And instead of being a huge finale note of triumph, the line proceeds one of the most tense escapes that are to be had in the middle of Crawl’s landscape of terror.
Further showing just how much of a fan of classic monster movie cinema he is, Alexandre Aja had some specific reference points he didn’t want to include in Crawl, and they’re a grab bag of aspects that not only came from Jaws, but also a lot of the movies that were similarly inspired by the shark-centric thrill ride.
Rather than play Crawl as an almost supernatural thriller, much like the Jaws franchise would in using the same shark to stalk the unsuspecting Brody family throughout, Alexandre Aja aimed to bypass a lot of the sillier tropes for the following foundation of action:
While Crawl definitely owes somewhat of a debt to the Jaws series, it’s the kind of debt that a film would incur when inspired by a classic to do its own sort of spin. Alexandre Aja’s film, while having moments where you’re rooting for the human characters to survive, doesn’t allow itself time to sink into the sort of family friendly warmth that Steven Spielberg’s movie is also known for.
Science fiction fans have been long divided between two distinct franchises: Star Wars and Star Trek. Your lineage to one over the other often depends on generation you grew up in. The majority of ‘80s kids will fight for Star Wars’ upperhand, while a young Quentin Tarantino grew up watching the original Star Trek television series of the ‘60s. There’s another reason why the Kill Bill director prefers one over the other. Check out what he said:
There you have it. As Quentin Tarantino tells Deadline, Star Trek has William Shatner to thank for his allegiance to adventures on the USS Enterprise over the Millennium Falcon. In true Tarantino fashion, this is quite the controversial opinion. I myself have always found Kirk’s performance in Star Trek over-the-top; it is still entertaining nonetheless, but isn’t exactly the argument I’d go with to prefer Star Trek over Star Wars.
Quentin Tarantino also explained that part of the reason he loved the 2009 Star Trek reboot so much was Chris Pine’s decision to channel William Shatner and “doing a fantastic job at it. I mean perfect, frankly”. Along with Zachary Quinto’s Spock, he said “those two guys, they fucking got it”. The auteur filmmaker has shown his interest in directing his own Star Trek – maybe this is an indication he’ll want to work with the cast assembled by J.J. Abrams.
He’s been trying to get a script by The Revenant’s Mark L. Smith approved over at Paramount, so he can make something to the effect of “Pulp Fiction in space”. He wants to make a Star Trek movie in his R-rated way, that he’s teased has a gangster element “that works out pretty good”.
For fans of Tarantino who have his long-held rule to only make 10 films ringing in their ears for years, Star Trek could pose a bit of a problem. His upcoming Los Angeles love-letter Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is his ninth film, will he really end his filmmaking career on a non-original film, adapted from another person’s screenplay and based on a beloved franchise?
He recently introduced fans to a potential “loophole”Star Trek could pose for him to his own rule. Perhaps he’ll make a Star Trek movie and then an original film to close out his over 30 year career. Quentin Tarantino hasn’t quite made up his mind on the concept, though as he told CinemaBlend’s ReelBlend podcast that maybe he could also commit to Star Trek as his last project too.
Star Trek also has roots in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood as he looked at William Shatner while crafting Leonardo DiCaprio’s Rick Dalton, a famous television actor who is wrestling with the shift in the industry in the ‘70s. Tarantino’s ninth film hits theaters on July 26.
Avengers: Endgame arrived in theaters months ago, bringing a close to the two-movie narrative that was built on the previous installments in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The Russo Brothers did the impossible with their pair of Avengers movies, crafting a complicated story that serviced the characters and including plenty of pulse-pounding action.
Infinity War and Endgame were filmed back to back, resulting in many hours of footage– not all of which made it to the theatrical cut. Writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely wrote both blockbusters, and recently revealed a deleted sequence that came from Infinity War‘s epic battle on Titan. And it includes a trippy sequence courtesy of Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange.
Stephen McFeely and Christopher Markus recently appeared at San Diego Comic-Con’s Hall H, explaining their process of writing Endgame and Infinity War. That’s when they revealed that Doctor Strange was originally going to send Thanos on a psychedelic mind trip. In fact, it was going to be similar to the one that Stephen Strange experienced with The Ancient One during Doctor Strange.
In the sequence, The Mad Titan would be faced with the many crimes he’d committed in his years of murder and atrocities. Ultimately he was going to be judged by cosmic character The Living Tribunal. The character has its roots on the page of the comics, and would have deemed Thanos guilty for his crimes. Unfortunately, Josh Brolin’s big purple villain eventually realized that this was just a trick by Strange, and the battle on Titan continued on.
So why was this sequence cut from Avengers: Infinity War? Surprisingly, it doesn’t seem to be a concern about the blockbuster’s runtime. Instead, it messed with the rhythm of that iconic battle on Titan. As Stephen McFeely just explained to the crowd at San Diego Comic-Con:
As much as it would have been awesome to see the trippy visuals of Doctor Strange translated into Avengers: Infinity War, Stephen McFeely does make a solid point. The Titan battle is a thrilling part of the film’s third act, and it was exciting to see the Guardians and Avengers unite against the Mad Titan on his home planet. Stopping the action for this side quest may have ruined that iconic aspect of the movie.
Stephen McFeely and Christopher Markus also shared bits of their process, including a board that outlined the Infinity Stones’ path throughout the MCU.
How cool is that? Crafting the story of Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame was super complicated, and this board shows how methodically the writers planned out each beat of the behemoth blockbusters.
Avengers: Endgame was recently re-released in theaters, and will also arrive for home purchase shortly. In the meantime, check out our 2019 release list to plan your next trip to the movies.
Last year’s Halloween reboot-quel from director David Gordon Green was a critically acclaimed box office smash that returned the iconic horror franchise to prominence. Since the release of that film, horror fans have been eagerly awaiting announcement of a sequel to continue the Halloween mythos. Now that wait is over because not one, but two Halloween sequels have been officially confirmed and with titles! Check out the announcement in the video below:
This whole entertainment industry thing that we do is a lot of fun, to be sure. Covering the art that is movie making is certainly not without value. But sometimes, someone in this business can do some real good in the world, like repairing an old friendship that had fallen on hard times. It turns out, that if you were overjoyed to see Ben Affleck in the trailer for Kevin Smith’s Jay and Silent Bob Reboot, you have ReelBlend’s Kevin McCarthy to thank.
Kevin Smith had made no secret that while he and Ben Affleck had once been close friends, the pair hadn’t really spoken much in recent years. This made his appearance in the Jay and Silent Bob Reboot trailer quite a surprise to many fans. Kevin Smith took to Instagram to explain how it all came about, and it turns out that it all started when Kevin McCarthy of our own ReelBlend podcast asked Affleck about possibly appearing in Reboot. That one question started all the dominoes falling, and led to it actually happening. You can read Smith’s full explanation below.
Just how awesome is this? It’s amazing to think that such a simple question could have such a profound impact. Not only does it end up changing the movie in a significant way, but more importantly it reconnects two friends who had lost touch. There really does look to be pure joy on the faces of everybody in this picture.
There had been a brief hint that Ben Affleck might be returning to the ViewAskewnaverse when Smith recently revealed that three actors who have played Batman are in the movie. Affleck was an obvious candidate, but with the history, it was far from certain.
Kevin Smith has previously talked about how he and Ben Affleck had stopped talking to each other in recent years. Smith took full responsibility for it, saying that he had a tendency to talk too much and say things he shouldn’t.
Smith was clearly hesitant to try and repair this breach, thinking your old friend doesn’t want to talk to you sucks, finding out for sure could be painful, but in the end Smith reached out, and it looks like everything is ok.
It appears that Ben Affleck now has a single scene in Jay and Silent Bob Reboot, but the scene wasn’t in Kevin Smith’s original script, it was added only after Affleck and Smith repaired their relationship.
For those of us of a certain age (me), Mallrats might be the first time you remember ever seeing Ben Afflek in a movie, so seeing him back working with Kevin Smith again is pure joy. This is how things are supposed to be.
So well done Kevin McCarthy. You do us all proud. You can hear Kevin, along with Jake Hamilton and CinemaBlend’s own Sean O’Connell, every week on the ReelBlend podcast.
Hundreds of thousands of people spent at least part of their Monday or Tuesday on Amazon during the company’s longest-ever Prime Day sale, and while they weren’t all in the market for Lady Gaga’s new makeup line, Haus Laboratories, a pretty impressive number of shoppers were. Even surrounded by the pandemonium of record-breaking markdowns, the highly anticipated debut of Haus Laboratories was also highly successful.
Yahoo! Lifestyle reports that Haus Laboratories’ did quite well on Amazon Prime Day—well enough to be considered a best-seller among deeply discounted products by other beauty brands. In fact, Haus received enough preorders from Prime members to temporarily push it into Monday’s overall top-10 best sellers.
As for which Haus Laboratories products were preordered the most, people were especially excited to stake their claim on the three-piece All-Over Color, Lip Gloss and Lip Liner, which comes in six different color combinations; the Le Riot Lip Gloss Duo, which comes in three different pairs; and the RIP Lip Liner Duo, which also comes in three color combos. For the majority of this week, both the Le Riot Lip Gloss Duo and the RIP Lip Liner Duo were the top sellers in their Amazon categories.
The RIP Lip Liner Duo is an especially great pick, thanks to its versatility. According to Gaga’s makeup artist and Haus Laboratories global artistry director, Sarah Tanno, the pop icon likes to line her lips with these pencils and also fill them in entirely. Referring to the shade Ride (which comes in the Floor It duo with En Pointe), Tanno wrote on Instagram, “@ladygaga loves to wear it all over her lips like a lipstick. Full coverage, super creamy formula 💋.”
Whether you already placed your order or you’re planning to, being a Prime member won’t get you two-day shipping this time—more like two-month shipping. The preorders placed now are not expected to ship until September 17, when Haus Laboratories officially launches.
Back in April, Puerto Rican rapper Anuel AA garnered an important accolade, winning New Artist of the Year at the 2019 Billboard Latin Music Awards. That same night, the reigning champ took the stage with his fiancée Karol G to perform their songs “Secreto” and “Culpables” — and now, on new song “China,” the pair are back at it with a little help from some pals.
But naturally, it’s a much bigger affair this time around. Fellow Puerto Rican staples Ozuna and Daddy Yankee hop on the posse cut alongside J Balvin, creating a powerful cyclone of a song perfectly timed to hit in the middle of a blazing summer.
“China” interpolates the hook from Shaggy and Rikrok’s everlasting 2000 hit “It Wasn’t Me” and fortifies it with a reggaeton backbeat. On the track, Anuel and Ozuna get things cooking with energetic declarations, while in the Marlon P-directed video, they’re decked out in green, performing both in a stylized neon box and in a candlelit club.
Things quickly turn icy, though — and Daddy Yankee’s rallying cries propel the song into its next realm. By the time Karol G arrives, she’s twisting Rikrok’s original chorus melody for something new. And J Balvin hasn’t even arrived yet (but don’t worry: He will).
Check out all the action in the relentlessly kinetic video above, and catch it airing on MTV Live and mtvU today (July 19).
The Nordstrom Anniversary Sale has new offerings every year, but there are certain products you can always count on being available. One of them happens to be an incredibly large bottle of Kiehl’s Creme de Corps body lotion. Did you ever think you needed such a thing? You most assuredly do.
I did not think I needed this. Not until I spent the past three weeks bouncing between heat waves in Paris and Berlin, then a sudden onset of rain and sweater weather in Germany’s fair capital. Any hint of moisture in my skin left, along with any hope of having a seasonal wardrobe. There was peeling from the sun and flaking from general dry grossness. I exfoliated; I slathered on EOS. One dark night, I tried dry-brushing with a nail brush out of desperation. It was no use.
If only I’d known about Kiehl’s massive-ass bottle of Creme de Corps. It’s so freaking rich and creamy that they artfully swatched it on the website. Who swatches lotion?! It looks like buttercream, and it’s so clearly full of its ultra-hydrating self that it almost makes me mad.
Each year, it’s a best-seller during Nordstrom’s Anniversary Sale, and almost a thousand reviewers have awarded it a collective total of just-shy-of-five-stars. It’s beloved for the cocoa butter-packed formula that deeply moisturizes without leaving skin greasy—just give it a few minutes to sink in between application and dressing (the beta-carotenes it’s loaded with need a minute to settle in).
During the sale it’s going for close enough to half price that you can just tell yourself it is: The huge bottle, valued at $96 and normally $78, is selling for $49. And how big is big? This bottle measures in at 33.8 ounces—one reviewer says that it’s lasted her nearly two years. Is that ridiculous? For sure it is. Do I need it? Absolutely.
Kiehl’s Since 1851 Jumbo Creme de Corps Bottle with Pump ($96 Value)
Jon Favreau’s lavishly expensive remake of The Lion King hits theaters this weekend, marking the latest massive film from the director who has become a blockbuster mainstay with films like The Jungle Book, Iron Man, Iron Man 2 and Cowboys & Aliens. Jon Favreau’s career hasn’t been entirely in the blockbuster realm though, as he also directed Elf and wrote and directed Made and Chef. So will he go back to making smaller movies post-Lion King? Here’s what he told CinemaBlend’s own Eric Eisenberg in an exclusive interview:
Jon Favreau doesn’t seem to be specifically aiming to do a big budget movie next or a small personal piece à la Chef. Instead, he’s viewing his endeavors through the lens of what’s best for and what’s achievable within each medium. Having been in the filmmaking industry for some time, Jon Favreau has a clear understanding of the business realities that govern artistic expression.
Following the success of his remake of The Jungle Book, Jon Favreau wanted to spend even more money to push the technology further for The Lion King. He was able to do that because there is a huge worldwide audience for the film, so the studio (Disney) felt comfortable affording him the resources to exact his creative vision. That was just what he calls the ‘sweet spot’ for this though, and that doesn’t mean that he wants to spend his entire career only doing $175+ million films.
The Lion King director is playing on both ends of the spectrum and finding what works for him in each medium. As he told Eric, The Chef Show on Netflix, the one where Gwyneth Paltrow found out she was in Spider-Man: Homecoming, is just a show where Jon Favreau cooks in a kitchen with friends. No bleeding-edge technology is required for that, but it still is able to reach a wide audience.
That’s not the only TV project Jon Favreau is working on though and he went on to tell Eric about how he is excited to explore projects big and small in the changing media landscape:
It’s strange now to think that it wasn’t that long ago that there were TV directors and movie directors. Now the lines are completely blurred, and the advent of streaming services and, as Jon Favreau calls them “the shifting sands” of content distribution, allow for more creative freedom and stories of all sizes. His upcoming Disney+ series The Mandalorian won’t be on the scale of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, but it’ll be vastly bigger than The Chef Show.
Ultimately it sounds like Jon Favreau doesn’t want to pigeonhole himself into only doing films the size of The Lion King or returning to projects like Chef. Instead, he’d rather explore all the new and different storytelling opportunities afforded by different platforms and formats. He’s done movies big and small, now he’s doing small and big TV. Maybe next he’ll tackle something like a limited series or a mid-budget film. The options are many and given the box office he’s been delivering for Disney, he can probably do whatever he wants.
You can hear Jon Favreau’s comments to Eric in the video below:
When last we checked, Jon Favreau was expected to return for The Jungle Book 2, which would keep him in the big-budget realm for a little longer. We haven’t heard much about that sequel in a while, but if it happens, Jon Favreau can presumably use some new tricks he learned on The Lion King.
Getting a prominent role in a new Marvel movie is a damn good gig. There is a build-in audience, a ton of cash being thrown in every which direction, and the firm guarantee that your work will be viewed by critics, movie lovers and casual moviegoers alike. That’s why it should come to no surprise that the always-busy Kevin Feige has rounded up an incredible roaster of talent to perform key roles inside the ever-expansive Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Whether it’s Robert Redford, Michael Keaton, Josh Brolin, Sam Rockwell, Cate Blanchett, Jeff Bridges, Kurt Russell, Mickey Rourke, Ben Kingsley, Guy Ritchie, Michael B. Jordan or, most recently, Jake Gyllenhaal (spoilers?), to name a mere few of the slew of thespians who have provided their talents to their ever-evolving, constantly-interconnecting multi-movie franchise, the Marvel movies have collected an astonishing resume of great actors. And there are even more Marvel movies coming up on the near horizon, securing the possibility of more great actors to introduce to this super-sized series.
Since the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is left a bit vague at the moment, with more clarifications expected to come from the company’s highly-anticipated Comic-Con panel, we wanted to take a moment to recognize some other great actors who should hopefully find a place inside the Marvel Cinematic Universe. So here are a few suggestions of who they could play if they get a call from the folks over at Marvel headquarters.
Nicolas Cage As Arcade
As an actor, Nicolas Cage can be a very cartoonish, larger-than-life personality. Sometimes, that works wonders. Other times, it’s distracting or hammy in the wrong ways. However, as the lead villain in a comic book adaptation, it’s hard to think of many actors who would really relish such a spectacular opportunity. The question isn’t whether Nic Cage should be in a huge Marvel movie. The big question is, which person should the Oscar-winner play?
The actor has played a number of comic book characters throughout the years. Whether it’s in Kick-Ass, Ghost Rider, Teen Titans Go! To The Movies or, most recently, Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, the actor is not only well-versed in the superhero genre, but he’s also an avid comic book lover. His son is named Kal-El, for goodness sake. There’s no question that he would be perfect for a new Marvel movie. It’s simply a matter of trying to find the right part for the actor. And, in my view, one character that could work for Nicolas Cage is Arcade. Particularly when he’s wearing a deranged smile.
The character of Arcade is a sinister madman. He’s sorta like Walt Disney combined with The Joker. He makes wild, perverse carvel-like attraction and he puts people through the ringer in shocking, grotesque ways. All while smiling and laughing manically. If you’ve seen several Nic Cage performances, you know that the guy can play a nutso like few others in Hollywood. And to top it off, Arcade has a wild mane of hair, which is certainly fitting for Cage. It might be awhile before we see the character of Arcade in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but there’s reason to believe Nic Cage would nail the part.
Bryan Cranston As M.O.D.O.K.
Bryan Cranston is a thunderous presence, particularly in the right role. The Breaking Bad actor is capable of conveying an array of emotions, both gentle and threatening, and those are great assets when it comes to a Marvel villain. Particularly as the antagonistic character grow more layered and nuanced with each new blockbuster, there is a great opportunity to give this high-grade actor the right meaty, weighted role worthy of his fine talents.
In an interview in the past, Bryan Cranston expressed interest in playing a villain. Particularly a “nasty” Marvel villain, as he explained to Metro.uk. There are a ton of wild and deranged villains he could play, but one that sticks out to me is M.O.D.O.K.
Perhaps I’m basing my opinion off his work in the new Power Rangers movie from a couple years ago, where he was a giant head in the wall, but I’d love to see Bryan Cranston really get a chance to play the looney, deranged M.O.D.O.K., a genius who can make huge math equations in his head in an instant and then use it to kill and threaten the lives of others, all while wearing a sick grin on his face. This character is a madman, and with his looming presence and imposing malice, I think it’s a good fit.
Tom Cruise As Magus
It’s safe to note that, in the traditional sense, Tom Cruise is one of the last movie stars of his kind. One of the last men in an era when movie star talent was enough to carry over in box office success, there are only a mere few actors who can sell a movie to a wide audience based on their presence. And we will mention a few others later in this list. But Tom Cruise is a star, and there are only a few times when the actor got to play a villainous person.
One of Tom Cruise’s finest performances is in Collateral, and it’s a shame that no other movie has really captured the actor’s lightning rod intensity when he’s playing the villain. That would make it a wonderful opportunity for the Marvel Cinematic Universe to flip the script and let this actor’s proven star power be seen in a dark, more menacing role. Because, with the exception of the Mission: Impossible movies, the actor’s star power is fading, and it would be the perfect time for him to play a bad guy. But who could he play?
There are a number of possibilities for Tom Cruise, but one that springs to mind is Magus. Although Cruise isn’t exactly 6’2”, he can convincing portray the anguish and desire for leadership and skill that is key to Magus’ character. An intergalactic man who invented a cultish foundation called the Universal Church of Truth, which might hit a little too close to home for the actor, he is a madman who thirsts for power and creation and a character who is sometimes wrestling with the good and bad sides of himself. That mix might make it an almost too good choice for this particularly dense role.
Denzel Washington As Achebe
There are very few genuine movie stars in Hollywood these days. Yet, Denzel Washington is most certainly one of them. The actor has produced hit after hit based on his name and proven talent, and he knows how to sell a movie like few actors in Hollywood can today. The fact that he hasn’t been in the Marvel Cinematic Universe yet, or even asked yet (according to Washington), is very surprising. Yet, with Phase 4, the opportunity could be arriving.
While Phase 4 hasn’t been announced yet in any official capacity, there is a very good reason to believe that Black Panther 2 is on the docket. The movie was an enormous hit, and it’s not only one of the most successful superhero movies in history (critically and commercially) but it’s quite handily one of the most profitable movies in MCU history. There is little doubt that Black Panther 2 is on the way; it’s guaranteed to be a huge phenomena.
And it would be a great opportunity to bring in a real superstar for a major role. With that, why not bring in Denzel Washington to play Achebe? The role is considered one of the biggest in Black Panther’s comic book history. It’d give Denzel Washington a great chance to let it loose and play a major villainous role. He could maybe even channel the dark edge that he found in his Oscar-winning role in Training Day. The possibility is all very exciting.
Jim Carrey As The Green Goblin
Jim Carrey has one of the most expressive faces in Hollywood. The man can contort his face in a multitude of different ways, which is why he was such a great fit for The Riddler in Batman Forever (even if the movie itself is, admittedly, only so-so). After a few years away from mainstream cinema, Carrey is making his return to Hollywood with the admittedly less-than-impressive-looking Sonic the Hedgehog movie, which prompts the notion: could Jim Carrey also play a villain in a comic book movie? And if so, which villain should he play? Admittedly, there are more-than-a-few choices to pick from.
But while I could list literally dozens of characters (including Arcade, who is another one I mulled for Jim Carrey), I feel like there is great potential for the comedy character to make something spectacular out of Norman Osborn, a.k.a. The Green Goblin, in the new Spider-Man movies. At this point, there are no officially announced plans to introduce The Green Goblin into the MCU. But considering that he’s such a crucial villain for Spider-Man, it is certainly a possibility down the road. Maybe even in Spider-Man 3. And if that does come to be, then they need a big name to fill in for the villain turn.
While Willem Dafoe was excellent in the role during the Sam Raimi Spider-Man movies, there is a wide array of actors who could take on the part in this extended cinematic universe. And Jim Carrey displays a nice range of maniacal glee and inner turmoil that could work beautifully for a new version of this character. We can’t guarantee that he’ll get involved, but he did express interest in being part of the MCU back in 2017, according to Bleeding Cool. It could be a great opportunity to see Jim Carrey return to the superhero genre in a major way with this great villain role, one he could most certainly ace.
There are many great actors out there, and there are a wide selection of options for who could play what role. These are only a handful of suggestions and we’d love to hear yours. Be sure to comment with your personal picks for both actors you would love to see in the MCU, and who they could play.