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Chloe Grace Moretz Has Met With Marvel And Wants To Play A Villain

Chloe Grace Moretz confesses she spoke with Marvel Studios about appearing in the MCU, and she'd love to try her hand at playing a villain.

Moretz confirmed in an interview with ComicBook.com that she had visited the studio about participating in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. While her admirers may view her as a superhero, the actor has stated that she would love to portray a villain and explore a character's darker side. Moretz does stress, though, that being a superhero would still be a gratifying experience; it all depends on whether she believes the character and project are a good match for her.

"We've talked a little bit about it," Moretz said in relation to her discussions with Marvel. "I mean, I think for me, I would be really interested in playing a villain in Marvel or DC and jumping into more of the darker side of the role. I love a superhero. I think that'd be really fun, too, but I think it's just all about finding the one that really matches what you're wanting to get across, and the scope of the character. I think it'd be really fun if it was the right role and the right project."

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This isn't the first time the Kick Ass star has expressed interest in playing a villain in the MCU. In 2021, Moretz said Capital FM that working on a Marvel production in any capacity would be a fantastic experience.

"I've always wanted to play a villain, but I think people will remember me as a heroine," she stated at the time. "Of course, I'd love to be a part of the Marvel Universe in any way, shape, or form." It has not yet been verified whether Moretz was chatting with Marvel about a specific project or role, or when these negotiations took place.

Moretz fans will be able to see her in a new program shortly, as she will be appearing in the forthcoming Prime Video series, The Peripheral. Moretz plays Flynne Fisher, a young woman living in a distant future when society has been quietly influenced by technology, in the film based on William Gibson's 2014 novel of the same name. When Flynne discovers she has a secret link to another universe as well as a grim future of her own, her entire life is turned upside down.

Source: ComicBook.com

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