The iconic star of “Star Wars” and “Indiana Jones” is rumored to be taking over William Hurt’s role as Ross in yet another major property.
The idea that Harrison Ford will assume the role of Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross from the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been discussed recently (mostly in relation to how it was supposed to be announced at last month’s D23 event but never materialized), but it has now come a long way toward becoming a reality.
The renowned actor has definitely signed a contract to play Ross in at least a few upcoming MCU films, according to reporters Jeff Sneider and John Rocha, who shared the news on their Hot Mic Podcast.
The Hulk link has since diminished, but Ross has occasionally appeared in films, most notably in “Captain America: Civil War,” where he plays the U.S. Secretary of State and promotes the Sokovia Accords, which aim to curb superhero activity.
He also made appearances in “Avengers: Infinity War” and “Avengers: Endgame,” with “Black Widow” being his final filming location.
Hurt passed away in March of this year, prompting speculation that Marvel might simply retire the character (considering that he isn’t really a major figure in the MCU), but Harrison Ford has been cast in his place.
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