Having recently cast Demetrius Gross as the Grim Reaper, westworld Veterinarian Ed Harris has been chosen to join the Marvel Studios cast miracle man series.

During a recent episode of The Hot Mic podcast, industry expert Jeff Schneider revealed that Harris will likely play the lead role of Neil Saroyan. Saroyan is described as the agent of Simon Williams, who, in the comics, also becomes a Hollywood celebrity.

the miracle man The series is developed by Destin Daniel Creighton.Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings) and writer and producer Andrew Guest (Brooklyn Nine-NineAnd Community), with Guest serving as head writer and executive producing and executive producing and directing a few episodes on Cretton. The project will be part of Cretton’s overall deal with the studio. In addition to Cretton, Image Director Stella Meggie will also direct multiple episodes.

The series will be led by Emmy winner Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as Simon Williams / Wonder Man. He will be joined by Academy Award winner Ben Kingsley, who will reprise his fan-favorite role as Trevor Slattery. The character first appeared as a washed-up actor in Iron Man 3where he pretends to be the terrifying villain The Mandarin. In the year 2021, MCU fans unexpectedly meet Trevor Slattery again in the Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Ringswhere it is revealed that he was imprisoned by the real Mandarin.

Wonder Man is one of the oldest characters in Marvel’s long history and was first introduced in 1964 in an early issue of Marvel. The Avengers. The character – named Simon Williams – was created by Stan Lee, Don Heck, and Jack Kirby, and was initially introduced as a supervillain who fought the Avengers.

In the late 1970s, Superman turned hero and eventually ended up joining the Avengers during the various iterations of the team. Infused with “ionic” energy by Baron Zemo, Wonder Man has abilities similar to other superheroes, including enhanced strength, speed, stamina, durability, reflexes, and agility.

Production on the Disney+ superhero drama is expected to begin next spring.


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