Angelina Jolie is reportedly in discussion for a role in the new Marvel superhero film, “The Eternals,” says The Hollywood Reporter.
Angelina Jolie would be the next big star to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The 43-year-old actress is reportedly in discussion for a role in “The Eternals,” says The Hollywood Reporter.
It is unclear what the role of Jolie will be playing in the fantasy action film directed by Chloe Zhao, who is well known for the leadership of “The Rider” and “Songs My Brother Taught Me.”
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Matthew Ryan Firpo are writing the screenplay based on Jack Kirby’s comic books about superhuman creatures called “Eternals” who have shaped the history of the earth, according to IMDb.
Although this will be Jolie is the first Marvel movie, it’s not her first comic book movie. In 2008 she received the lead role in “Wanted” with James McAvoy, based on the comic book series by Mark Millar.
The “Changeling” star is also working with Disney on a second film Maleficent, which is set to be released in October.
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And in December, the actress even hinted at the accession to the realm of politics in an interview on the BBC Today.
“If you asked me 20 years ago, I would’ve laughed… I always say that I go where I’m needed, I don’t know if I’m fit for the politics… but then I’ve also joked that I don’t know if I have a skeleton left in my closet,” she joked.
Jolie also noted that her years working in the U. N. has allowed her to work with other governments and armies.
“I’m also able to work with the authorities and I am also able to work with armies, and so I’m in a very interesting place of the human being able to get a lot done, without title, and without that it is about me or my policies. So, for now, I’m going to sit quietly,” she added.
The “Salt” star was appointed as special envoy for the U. N. Refugee Agency in 2012. Before she was a special envoy, she was a Goodwill Ambassador, according to the U. N. website.
Fox News’ Kathleen Joyce contributed to this report.