Resembles Michelle Pfeiffer She had to take a huge quantum leap in faith before accepting the role of Janet Van Dyne AKA the original Hornet in Ant man and the wasp. While promoting her next role as Betty Ford on the Showtime series the first ladyThe actor spoke The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon About the mystery of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and her reluctance to take on a job without reading the script first.
After many quantum jokes about the ridiculous title of 2023 Ant-Man and the Wasp: QuantumaniaFallon asked her if she initially realized how you could be a part of her when you log into the superhero franchise.
“No…they’re very mysterious,” Pfeiffer replied, “and you know they’re very secretive, of course, with their stories.” After Fallon responded that he enjoyed the MCU secret, Pfeiffer clarified that it wasn’t entirely in common with the studio’s silent style.
“It’s a little difficult because I met Peyton [Reed]And I knew a bit about the character, but there was no script,” she says. “You have to stick without actually reading anything.”
Pfeiffer knew that all this worry about the script didn’t matter in the long run, as Marvel movies tend to change often during filming and post-production anyway. “It didn’t matter because everything changes anyway,” the actor says. “You don’t really know what you’re getting into, and then you get a script right before you start shooting, and then it changes every day. Then you shoot the movie, you wrap, and then it changes again.”
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The method of keeping scenarios at the bottom is a very common practice in the MCU, especially as the films start to have more massive spoilers for the later films on their slate. It was one of the studio’s most secret productions Avengers: Infinity WarWhere were many of the main actors fake texts And she only learned of Thanos’ massive, fleeting moments before filming the scene.
Before you set out in the world of Quantum Realm, you can watch Michelle Pfeiffer in the upcoming series the first lady April 17th on Showtime.
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