Angelina Jolie may very well be the subsequent large star to hitch the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The 43-year-old actress is reportedly in talks to have a job in “The Eternals,” based on The Hollywood Reporter.
It’s unclear what function Jolie will play within the fantasy motion movie directed by Chloe Zhao, who is understood for steering “The Rider” and “Songs My Brother Taught Me.”
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Matthew and Ryan Firpo are writing the screenplay based mostly on Jack Kirby’s comedian books about superhuman beings known as “Eternals” who’ve formed earth’s historical past, based on IMDb.
Although this shall be Jolie’s first Marvel movie, it isn’t her first comedian guide movie. In 2008 she starred in “Wished” alongside James McAvoy, based mostly on the comedian guide sequence by Mark Millar.
The “Changeling” star can also be working with Disney on a second Maleficent movie that set to be released in October.
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And in December, the actress even hinted at becoming a member of the realm of politics in an interview on BBC At present.
“In case you requested me 20 years in the past, I’d’ve laughed… I at all times say I will go the place I am wanted, I do not know if I am match for politics… however then I’ve additionally joked that I do not know if I’ve a skeleton left in my closet,” she joked.
Jolie additionally famous that her years working within the U.N. has allowed her to work with different governments and militaries.
“I am additionally capable of work with governments and I am additionally capable of work with militaries, and so I sit in a really fascinating place of with the ability to get quite a bit accomplished, with no title and with out it being about myself or my insurance policies. So, for now, I’ll sit quiet,” she added.
The “Salt” star was appointed as a particular envoy to the U.N. Refugee Company in 2012. Earlier than she was a particular envoy, she was a Goodwill Ambassador, based on the U.N.’s web site.
Fox Information’ Kathleen Joyce contributed to this report.