Sandra Bullock is pushing for Marvel to recast Wolverine for a simple reason

By Charlene Badasie | 9 seconds ago

Ever since Hugh Jackman withdrew from his adamantium claws and film rights to X men returned to Marvel, the fancasting of Daniel Radcliffe as the popular mutant has gained a lot of traction on social media. Now Sandra Bullock is pushing Marvel to cast him for a basic reason – so people would stop harassing him Harry Potter star about it. And who can blame her? Social media is filled with fan-backed campaigns for Radcliffe to take on the role.

During the press tour for The lost city, Sandra Bullock and her co-star spoke with It’s Gone Viral about Radcliffe’s long-rumored past with the Wolverine role. The English actor said he has been dealing with it for quite a few years. But no one at Marvel has reached out to him. “Kat, it’s happened to me semi-annually for the last three years,” he told the interviewer.

That was when the 57-year-old interjected his request: “Wolverine people, can you fucking just throw him? Just do it! Do not toot around and get people to ask in the press. Just throw the man.” As she says this, Radcliffe is seen laughing and asking her to stop. For now, it’s unclear when Wolverine will appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. So it seems that Radcliffe will have to endure the fancasting for a while yet.

Watch Sandra Bullock and Daniel Radcliffe talk about his Wolverine fancasting below:

Although Daniel Radcliffe may be high on the list of possible Wolverine with fans, the actor does not think Marvel would choose him. But he is open to being proven wrong. Speaking to ComicBook.com at the SXSW premiere at The lost city with Sandra Bullock, Radcliffe said he has constantly made people congratulate him on getting the role of Wolverine. And while he appreciates that fans want a little guy to play the character, he can not see Marvel picking him after Jackman’s time in the role.

In addition, Sandra Bullock’s The lost city The co-star said earlier that he does not think he would play Wolverine despite fans pressing on his name for the coveted role. In 2019, he explained that his love for the X-Men movie would actually be a reason for him to say no to the role. “Most of the movies that I love, I don’t think I would want to see recreated,” Radcliffe explained at the time. “And I certainly do not think I would want to be part of the remake of them.”

Meanwhile, one can see Daniel Radcliffe trying to thwart Sandra Bullock’s plans The lost city. The action-adventure comedy is directed by the Nee brothers, who co-wrote the script with Oren Uziel and Dana Fox, based on a story by Seth Gordon. The film was released by Paramount Pictures on March 25 and has to date earned over $ 80 million worldwide.

The lost city follows a successful, yet depressed bestselling novelist named Loretta Sage / Angela, who joins forces with her book’s cover model (Sandra Bullock), Alan Caprison (Channing Tatum) to find the lost ancient city depicted in one of her tales . Along the way, the duo must escape a billionaire (Daniel Radcliffe), who hopes Loretta will lead him to the city’s treasures. Da’Vine Joy Randolph and Brad Pitt also appear in the film.

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