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‘I’ve done Star Trek, DC and Marvel. Star Wars is next’: She-Hulk Star Jameela Jamil Wants To Star in Star Wars and John Wick

She-Hulk Star Jameela Jamil Wants To Star in Star Wars and John Wick

It has been a good couple of years for Jameela Jamil as she has become part of so many famous and successful  Hollywood franchises that it would be enough to make any celebrity green with envy (see what we did there?). After her latest excursion into the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Titania in the Disney+ series She-Hulk: Attorney At Law, she has crossed off almost all the major franchises that a star can only dream of in a lifetime.

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Jameela Jamil as Titania in Marvel Studios’ She-Hulk: Attorney At Law

But as with any driven human being, she is always looking for new opportunities that will help her to substantiate her name further in the Hollywood industry. From being a part of projects like Star Trek, Jurassic World, and now, the MCU, she has set her sights on even more ambitious roles in future projects – namely Star Wars and John Wick. She wants to get on these franchises so much that she is seeking divine intervention to make her future.

Jameela Jamil Wants To Be A Part Of Star Wars And John Wick!

Jameela Jamil talks about her experience on She-Hulk
Jameela Jamil

When you have experienced as many aspects of the Hollywood industry as Jameela Jamil has, you are surprised to know that there are yet so many things that you can dig your fingers into. From being part of DC in DC League of Super-Pets and Marvel Studios’ latest and very popular She-Hulk: Attorney At Law, she has seen her fair share of superhero action. Coming to others, being in diversified sci-fi flicks from the aforementioned film series, she has also gained the wisdom of how to act in a more non-superhero way, which makes her resume extravagant.

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But now, she has her sights set on legendary film franchises like the coveted Star Wars franchise which has a fanbase so massive that even 10 Death Stars might not be able to fit them in a tight squeeze. in a recent interview with Collider, she said that in order to make this a reality, she prays to the lord almighty every night. She said:

“Yeah. After Star Trek, I was like, ‘Okay, so I’ve done Star Trek, DC and Marvel. I’m on my way to my nerd EGOT. I guess Star Wars is next. I have that in my sight.’ That’s something that I’m praying for at night, before I go to bed. That would be an amazing franchise to be able to join. And also John Wick. Is that weird?”

During the interview, she also mentioned that she would’ve been really happy to work in the Fast and Furious franchise if she would’ve gotten the opportunity. She said:

“I was genuinely devastated when I found out they were making the final Fast and Furious movie because I’d always wanted to be part of that, but I just didn’t get into the industry early enough. And so, John Wick is dead in my sight.”

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What’s Next For Jameela Jamil?

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Jameela Jamil as Titania in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law

After the last episode of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law ended, fans were quick to jump on the possibility of a next season of the show. While it has been established that Jennifer Walters has a big chance of making an appearance in the upcoming Daredevil: Born Again, it’s not so much for Jamil’s Titania. Although, if we do get a second season of the show, she is guaranteed to jump back into the fray of green men an women.

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She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, the first season now streaming exclusively on Disney+.

Source: Collider

Written by Deepak Bisht

Currently pursuing BBA from GGSIPU, New Delhi. I have gained 4 months of content writing experience with FandomWire with more than 250 articles under my name. Just a typical nerd talking about nerdy things with people of the world.