Marvel Cinematic Universe is a package full of action and thrilling movies. The story blows the viewer’s mind. The success of MCU stands with the star cast. The actors played their roles at their best and brought out a successful cinematic universe into life. Casting director, Sarah Finn made a bold choice in 2006 with Marvel Project Initiative, Iron Man.
The director Jon Favreau delivered she knows the best man for the movie. Without many struggles, she named Robert Downey Jr. The public slightly disagreed to it as Downey was recently overcoming from his life’s struggles. The writer of Entertainment Weekly suggested on reconsideration. Sarah Finn said, “No, really, it makes sense”.
Now, this is where MCU began
Downey’s performance was awestruck in the movie Iron Man, 2008, and he won hearts. Kids and adults are now addressing him as Iron Man. It is the kind of impact Downey’s acting has created on the audience.
The risked casting paid off, as Finn knew that Downey has those qualities to play Tony Stark. Robert Downey Jr. bids goodbye to MCU after 21 films till Avengers: End Game. His acting has made it impossible for the fans to imagine anyone else in that role.
The chain of success continues
Finn then took on the job to cast all the actors for the first five MCU movies. It counts to one thousand castings done, she says, from the significant roles of Captain America to the supporting dancers. Sarah Finn cast Paul Bettany for the voice of J.A.R.V.I.S.
Finn reveals that she had no idea about J.A.R.V.I.S would later on get a character of its own, Vision. The twist and turns of MCU make it more interesting for the viewers.
Marvel’s casting has been very unpredictable. The star casts tend to live the story that is in mind. The story is new in every next movie. Letitia Wright was cast for playing Shuri. Shuri and Tony were expected to share a screen in either of the two films, Avengers: Infinity War or Avengers: End Game. It never happened, making MCU unpredictable yet fans love it. Check out blocktoro.com for further updates.