POLL: Which Character Could Vin Diesel Be Meeting With Marvel About?
Let's be honest, there's not a whole lot of Marvel roles the gravel voiced muscle bound actor would suit, so a lot of fans think they've sussed out which character Diesel might be meeting with the studio about. Click on to cast your vote and share your guesses..
Last night Fast And Furious 6 actor Vin Diesel revealed via his Facebook page that Marvel had asked for a meeting. No other information was given, so obviously it could be for any number of parts, or none at all..yet! It's not uncommon for a studio to be interested in working with an actor but not have a specific role in mind right away, and we know that Marvel have a LOT of movies in the pipeline over the next few years. But let's assume that they do have a character in mind, who could it be? The most common theory is that he'll actually be doing voice work, and since Marvel still haven't announced who'll be providing the voices of Rocket Raccoon and Groot in Guardians Of The Galaxy, many reckon he'll be bringing life to the latter (Rocket is a stretch!). Now Diesel has described himself as being "of ambiguous ethnicity", with his background including Scottish, Italian, African-American and "a lot of stuff". But he definitely feels that he's a person of color -- so is Black Panther out of the question? I can't imagine it'd be too popular a choice among fans, but you never know. How about Thanos? We know Avengers 2 will need a big bad, and Diesel would certainly suit that role. Then there's The Vision, who Diesel himself dropped some hints about a while back -- could he be appearing in the Avengers sequel? Also -- even though no Sub-Mariner movie has been officially announced -- many fans seem to thing he'd make a good Namor; is that a possibility? Below we've included the obvious and one or two not so obvious choices! Vote away and sound off in the usual place.
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