A French actress soon with Marvel’s competitor? – Cinema News

A French actress soon with Marvel’s competitor? – Cinema News
A French actress soon with Marvel’s competitor? – Cinema News

Interpreter of Mantis in the last two parts of “Guardians of the Galaxy”, Pom Klementieff could follow James Gunn on the DC side: the actress is even in talks for a very specific role, which she obviously refuses to reveal.

This was obviously to be expected: promoted to great architect of the DC Universe, after having brought joy to Marvel and its fans thanks to Guardians of the Galaxy, James Gunn is not going to make the trip alone, and will take with him some of his favorite actors.

It’s already in place for Nathan Fillion and Sean Gunn, who will respectively play Guy ‘Green Lantern’ Gardner and Maxwell Lord in the Superman that the director will present to us in July 2025. And Pom Klementieff could soon join them. Not necessarily in the next adventure of the Man of Steel, even if a cameo cannot be ruled out.

Asked by Agents of Fandom at Superhero Comic-Con in San Antonio, the actress confirmed that discussions were underway: “I just want to continue working with James, so we’re trying to find ways to do that“, she replied. “We talked about one character in particular, but I can’t tell you about him right now.” Obviously.

A statement which is not more surprising than that, to the extent that James Gunn had already said he was open to the idea of ​​inviting Marvel actors into his DC Universe. And that Pom Klementieff was hiding around a shot of his Suicide Squad, released in 2021.

Mission : Impossible 8 avant DC ?

Since it will not be the same character (the singer in a bar), it remains to be seen who Pom KIementieff and James Gunn were talking about. And we will perhaps know more in May 2025, during the promotion of Mission: Impossible 8 in which she reprises her role of Paris, a femme fatale discovered in the previous opus. But who could well join Ethan Hunt’s camp?

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