Former SmackDown Women’s champion Liv Morgan has revealed her desire in regard to the future of her career.
WWE Superstars have been joining Hollywood and superhero movies for a long time. Some of them have even joined big superhero franchises like DC and Marvel Studios as superheroes. Liv Morgan has expressed her intense belief in herself to join the Marvel cinematic universe in the future.
Somehow, the gimmicks of WWE superstars aid them in their transition into on-screen superheroes. Dave Bautista (Batista) played Drax the Destroyer in Marvel’s Guardians Of The Galaxy superhit movie series. John Cena is DC’s Peacemaker in the hit HBO series. The most successful wrestler in Hollywood, The Rock (Dwayne Johnson) will soon be Black Adam of the DC Universe.
Liv’s views on acting
Liv has already had a role in a film called “Kill Room”. It’s apparently a small role in the dark comedy thriller which is yet to release.
In the recent Out Of Character podcast with Ryan Satin, she revealed her goal to have a role in a Marvel movie.
“I will be in the MCU, I can just feel it. I don’t know how I’m going to finagle or finesse my way in there, but I know that there is a role for me.” She said.
Morgan even explained how WWE prepares its talent to become actors naturally. She says they don’t even realize that they are groomed to be actors in WWE until they go to an environment outside. She felt like she was in a WWE backstage segment during her acting stint. She felt at ease during the shoot because she felt like she was doing this to some extent for the last 8 years.
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Morgan has watched all Marvel movies as she is a self-confessed fan. She also fangirls over Stranger Things and Euphoria. Not exclusive to Marvel, she is a massive fan of the dark DC superhero series, The Boys.
Maybe we see her as the next Harley Quinn?
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