Marvel Studios Yet to Contact Charlize Theron for Clea’s Return in the MCU
Charlize Theron, who played Clea in “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” revealed she hasn’t been contacted by Marvel Studios for her next film. Her return to the MCU remains uncertain.
During the “Fast X” premiere in Rome, Theron was asked by MTV reporter Josh Horowitz about her return to the MCU as Clea. Theron replied, “No, I’m not lying. I haven’t gotten a call; is that bad?“
Theron assured him three times that she wasn’t lying about not receiving a call from the MCU. In response, Horowitz made a playful remark, saying, “No, that’s what we’re running.”
When Charlize Theron’s Clea Appeared In Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness?
In the mid-credits scene of “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” Charlize Theron’s Clea, a sorceress from the Dark Dimension and the niece of Dormammu, appears. She opens a portal to her dimension using a magical device, and Clea asks Strange if he is afraid to come with her.
Who is Clea in Marvel Comics?
In Marvel Comics, Clea is associated with Doctor Strange. She is a sorceress from the Dark Dimension and the niece of Dormammu, a powerful mystical entity. Clea has often played a significant role in Doctor Strange’s adventures and has been portrayed as a love interest for him. She possesses her own magical abilities and has a complex and nuanced relationship with both Doctor Strange and the mystical realms she hails from.
Most recently, Charlize Theron reprised her role as Cipher in “Fast X.” Theron is next set to star in Victoria Mahoney’s “The Old Guard 2,” Sam Hart and Antony Johnston’s “Atomic Blonde 2,” and the Scott Derrickson-directed horror movie “Two Eyes Staring.”
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