Avengers: Endgame conveyed a scorching completion to the narrative of the mightiest heroes of the a few phases of MCU. Since the time then, Marvel has been conveying little series including Wandavision, Loki and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. The superhero film franchise is moreover preparing to convey films subject to the superheroes of the a few phases of MCU. Of which, Captain Marvel 2 is one of them. Now, the latest buzz incorporating the film uncovers that Parasite qualification South Korean star Park Seo Joon has joined the cast of the film.
Are the rumors true about Park Seo Joon?
As demonstrated by Korean media source Soompi, Park Seo Joon has been offered a section in the looming sequel for Captain Marvel named The Marvels. The outlet ensures that the performer is reportedly scheduled to leave for the US in the second half of the year. Nonetheless, Marvel is yet to make an official confirmation concerning Park Seo Joon’s component in the film. The report also suggests that the performer’s agency Awesome ENT responded to the news saying ‘no comments’.
Helmed by Nia DaCosta, the impending film features Brie Larson as the essential protagonist Carol Danvers otherwise called Captain Marvel, Teyonah Parris as Monica Rambeau and Iman Vellani as Kamala Khan also called Ms. Marvel. The film is scheduled to be conveyed in the United States likely by November 2022. The Marvels is required to be the sequel to Captain Marvel and will fill in as a continuation story of superhero Captain Marvel post the events of Avengers: Endgame.
Park Seo Joon made his entertainment debut back in 2011 by appearing in the music video of Bang Yong quk’s single I Remember. Since the time then he has featured in a couple of k-performances including Kill Me, Heal Me, She Was Pretty, What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim, and anything is possible from that point. Park Seo Joon rose to worldwide recognition for his spell as Min Hyuk in the Oscar-winning film, Parasite. The film transformed into the first South Korean film to get Academy Award recognition and one of three motion pictures to win both the Palme d’Or and the Academy Award for Best Picture.