The immense popularity of the Marvel universe means that when a performer is cast as a character, we assume that this would be their sole role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but actress Carrie Coon, who played Proxima Midnight in both Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, confirmed that she could potentially return to the franchise to play a new character at some point in the future. Were such an opportunity to occur, it wouldn't be the first time a performer pulled double duty in the MCU, but with Coon being unrecognizable as the villain in the Avengers films, her possible return likely wouldn't disorient viewers.
"That is certainly the kind of conversation that an agent would engage in when looking into committing to those jobs," Coon confirmed with The Hollywood Reporter about being able to return to the franchise. "Yes, they want some verbal assurances that the possibility for additional work is not completely off the table. So, yeah, absolutely. It’s like, you know, being on Chicago Fire. You get killed and then you can’t come back for another year. You want to make sure that we have job security, so we’re always asking that question. Absolutely."
Despite the window of opportunity being open for the actress, it might not necessarily be something she aims to pursue, as she previously detailed that her experience shooting the Avengers films were relatively isolating due to the visual effects involved with her character.
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Making a return to the MCU seem even more unlikely is that, during the same Entertainment Weekly interview, she expressed her interest in taking on new challenges, explaining, "I’ll always seek out the thing that I’ve never done before."
Stay tuned for details on the future of the MCU.
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