Henry Kewell has reportedly visited Marvel Studios in London to attend the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).
Fans are hoping to switch from DC to Marvel in anticipation of their “Superman” future with the DC universe. Although the actor has not yet commented on his interest in joining the MCU, sources claim that he visited Disney’s offices in London a few weeks ago.
However, it is not clear if the meeting was with the MCU for any future plans. But sources close to Disney said Small screen Kewell met with people at Marvel Studios. He visited “multi-person” offices.
The 38-year-old “Steel of Man” star was reportedly there to “talk to some of Marvel’s people” and was “face to face” with him. His visit also followed the guidelines of COVID-19, in which everyone wore a mask and followed social distance.
Kewell is currently one of the busiest actors in Hollywood. In addition to his title role in the Netflix series “The Witcher”, he has several upcoming projects on his plate. He will lead the reboot and star of “Highlander” in Matthew Waugh’s detective thriller “Argyle”. She is also set to play Sherlock Holmes in “Anola Holes 2” opposite Miley Bobby Brown (“Stranger Things”) and Sam Clifflin (“May Be You”).
This is not the only time the actor has been linked with Marvel Studios. Three months ago, there were rumors that he was in talks to play Demgood Hercules or Captain Britain. If he stops playing Greek God, he could make a cameo in Taika Vetti’s “Thor: Love and Thunder”.
It is speculated that Kewal is joining the MCU amid reports that his days as Superman have officially come to an end. DC writer Ta Nihisi Quotes and producer JJ Abrams are said to be recreating the character in the remake of “Superman”. He did not even recreate the character in Jack Snyder’s “Justice League”.