Everything points to Mexican producer and director Gael Garca Bernal starring in a werewolves special for Marvel Studios, a Halloween production set to be released in 2022.It should be noted that the actor has not yet made any statements about his character; however, it is possible that he wishes to keep things a secret.The news was recently released by the portal The Wrap, which clarifies that the details are kept completely secret.
According to the portal, this nickname has been used by two different comic book characters: Jack Russell, a descendant of lycanthropes created by Gerry Conway and Mike Ploog and based on concepts by Stan Lee and Roy Thomas.Russell first appeared in a 1972 issue of “Marvel Spotlight,” and the other is Jake Gomez, who was seen just last year in “Werewolf by Night” (Vol. 3) # 1.
It is worth noting that Gael Garca would be the second actor to join the Marvel universe, following Salma Hayek’s appearance in the cast of “Eternals,” which opens in theatres this week.The production of said film will begin in early 2022, and it will be released exclusively by the streaming platform Disney Plus, which has already become the home of projects outside of the cinema but part of the Marvel Universe, such as WandaVision, Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki, and the animated series What If…?Gerry Conway and Mike Ploog created Jack Russell, who first appeared in a series of Marvel comics in the 1970s.It is a member of the Lycanthrope race who can transform into a wolf without the need for a full moon.
However, there is a second version of Marvel, Jake Gomez, which came out last year and is about a member of the native Hopi tribe whose family was cursed with lycanthropy and now he must deal with a pharmaceutical company that exploits his tribe.Garca Bernal, on the other hand, has appeared in a number of films. M. Night Shyamalan’s “Old,” Pablo Larran’s “Ema,” and Wasp Netwoek’s “Wasp Netwoek” were recently released on Netflix.He won a Golden Globe for his performance as Rodrigo in “Mozart in the Jungle,” and he will soon appear in “Station Eleven,” a miniseries adaptation of Emily St. John Mandel’s novel that will premiere on HBO Max on December 16.
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