Lashana Lynch, who played Maria Rambeau in Captain Marvel, has as of late talked about whether she would get back to the job in a future MCU project. Lynch’s person was first found in the 2019 superhuman film. This was before the pilot and SWORD author was referenced during WandaVision.
In a meeting with RadioTimes examining her impending job in the hotly anticipated James Bond film, Lynch reacted to whether or not she could get back to the MCU later on. The star expressed she’s unaware of any conceivable return at the present time, however couldn’t imagine anything better than to get back to the franchise following her experience on Captain Marvel. Peruse Lynch’s full statement underneath:
“You’ll need to ask [Marvel Studios president] Kevin Feige that. Truth be told, I ought to ask Kevin Feige that. However, who knows. More unusual things have occurred in the franchise. I made some brilliant memories on the first and it is extraordinary to make some awesome memories on another one.”
Later series and advancements have opened the narrating potential of the MCU into new regions. Series, for example, Loki presented the multiverse and Marvel’s What If…? has seen many characters returned to, for example, scene three highlighting the unexpected return of Betty Ross. With the universe now offering apparently boundless opportunities for returning characters to show up in future tasks, a return for Lashana Lynch as Captain Marvel’s most believed companion in some structure past flashbacks is well inside the domains of probability.