Because John Wick's introduction to MCU is not an option.
But which heroes and villains would be perfect for the star of emblematic franchises like the Matrix, John Wick and Bill and Ted? We have several ideas. From Moon Knight to Adam Warlock and beyond, take a look at our slideshow or scroll down to find out which Marvel characters we would like to see Reeves.
Reeves is currently talking about a role in the movie "Eternal," Assuming that these rumors appear, we think Reeves will be ideally suited for Druig, who will probably serve as the main villain of the movie. a far darker and more distorted character who tends to control and rethink the minds of his colleagues Eternals. Reves has found many successes in recent years, playing morally ambiguous assassins and frank criminals, so it will be a logical next step for him .
A short short film "Hello to the King" annoyed that the only real mandarin still stalks somewhere there. And recently, Faye confirmed that Marvel did not forget about this long hanging thread. We are firmly forced to think of an actor who is better equipped to bring this iconic enemy from Iron Man to life than Reeves. He has certainly made the martial arts play a villain that increases his seemingly magical powers with some serious kung-fu skills. Again, Reeves finds many successes, playing darker characters in recent years. And given that Mandarin is traditionally portrayed as a birhic character (with a Chinese father and a white British mother), Reyves' own Multilateral background is another asset.
Reeves would be an ideal mandarin, whether a new Tony Stark-less Iron Man movie or a Shang-Chi movie, as some of them speculate. Ideally, it could appear in both projects and become a major element of the MCU after the game ends.
The Moon Knight
Reeves has already expressed a desire to play Batman. While this ship was probably sailing at that point (DC is again younger than Robert Pattinson), there is no reason he can not play the closest thing that Marvel's universe should have for Batman. The Moon Knight is another hero who plays directly at Reeves' forces as a physical performer and someone who can make tired heroes. The Moon Knight is a hero who is constantly trapped on the brink of madness, struggling with the dissociative disorder of identity and chased by an ancient Egyptian god named Honshu. Usually, we would say that Moon Knight is better off as a television adaptation than a film, but with A-Lister as Reeves, that's not the case. Although, if Reeves played a star in a Moonlight Night, we will push Marvel Studios to pursue R-rating for change.
Kraven the Hunter
As an actor who has become more interested in sports hair in recent years, why not cast Reeves as the most famous muschief? one of Spider-Man's most iconic criminals who are not yet appearing in Marvel's film (although Ryan Kugler apparently wanted him to play a role in Black Panther), Reeves would be great as a villain in Spider-Man's third movie or in Black Panther 2
The only catch is that Sony is developing a Kraven movie as part of its own cinematic universe. Reeves will still be the perfect choice, obviously, but there will be no sudden changes to Sony / Marvel Stu. diodes dynamic, this movie will have no connections to the MCU. Kang
We speculated that Avengers: Endgame can prepare the stage for the time traveler Kang the Conqueror to become a major force in the MCU. If so, we can think of far worse choices to bring this villain to life than the already-known actor who is just getting old over the course of his entire career. We'll be glad to see Reeves deal with this unusual villain, especially if he lets him stretch his muscles and play some of Kang's many different incarnations (Scarlett Centurion, Rama-Tut, Nathaniel Richards). Reeves' casting Kang will allow him to play a recurring role in any number of films, while at the same time building it as the next Thuos threat at the MCU level. Silver Surfer
Reeves has only the right mix of physics, coolness and pathos to play the most tragic of the cosmic heroes, the Silver Surfer. Now that Disney has acquired Fox, it is only a matter of time for Silver Surfer and his master to swallow the planet to appear in the MCU. Not that the Silver Surfer solo film or the Fantastic Four Ensemble had to try to get the best fantastic fours of 2007: The Rise of the Silver Surfer, but Reeves' casting will still be an encouraging sign.
Reeves has already played an emblematic hero who saves mankind from the power of rock'n'roll. This makes him uniquely qualified to play Adam Warlock, a cosmic messiah tasked to lead the universe to a brighter future. The real pleasure of this role, however, is that Reeves can play and the twisted dark half of Adam, Mag. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.  2 annoyed the eventual debut of Adam Warlock's MCU, and Reeves' casting as Guardians 3 would be a great way to take advantage of this long build.
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