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‘Just bring Robotman to DCU’: Fans Implore James Gunn To Bring Brendan Fraser as Doom Patrol’s Robotman after Fraser Reveals He’d ‘Want To Work’ in DC Despite Batgirl Cancelation

'Just bring Robotman to DCU': Fans Implore James Gunn To Bring Brendan Fraser as Doom Patrol's Robotman after Fraser Reveals He'd 'Want To Work' in DC Despite Batgirl Cancelation

Fans of the DC Universe and Brendan Fraser recently came together to show their support for the actor’s potential involvement in future DCU projects. Fraser, who recently made a comeback with his role in Whale, has expressed his desire to work with the DCU.

Despite the disappointment of the Batgirl cancellation, fans are optimistic about the prospect of seeing Fraser in the DCU. Social media platforms have been buzzing with fans suggesting various roles for him, with the most popular suggestion being part of Robotman, which he already plays in the Doom Patrol series. Fraser’s fans have taken to Twitter to implore director James Gunn that Doom Patrol be integrated into the DCU, giving Fraser the opportunity to reprise his role on the big screen.

Brendan Fraser
Brendan Fraser

Brendan Fraser’s Recent Comeback and Batgirl Cancelation

Brendan Fraser‘s career has been marked by both success and adversity. The actor became a household name in the late 90s and early 2000s with his leading roles in popular films like George of the Jungle and The Mummy franchise. However, his personal and health struggles led to a hiatus from acting and a decline in his public profile.

Despite these challenges, Fraser has made a strong comeback in recent years with his extraordinary performances in the movie The Whale

Brendan Fraser in The Whale
Brendan Fraser in The Whale

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However, Fraser’s comeback suffered a setback when the DCU canceled the highly-anticipated Batgirl movie. The actor had been cast in the role of Firefly, a popular Batman villain. The project was canceled due to creative differences between the studio and filmmakers, leaving fans disappointed and Fraser without a high-profile project to look forward to.

But Fraser’s fans haven’t given up hope for his future in the DCU. Social media has been buzzing with calls for Fraser to be cast in other upcoming DC projects, with many suggesting that he reprise his role as Robotman on the big screen.

Fans Implore James Gunn to Bring Brendan Fraser as Robotman

Despite the cancellation of Batgirl, Fraser’s expressed interest in working with the DCU has given fans hope for future collaborations. They have been suggesting roles for him on social media, particularly the part of Robotman, which he already plays in the Doom Patrol series.

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Fans have taken to Twitter to implore director James Gunn to bring Fraser on board for the role, with some even suggesting that Doom Patrol be integrated into the DCU, giving Fraser the opportunity to reprise his position on the big screen.

Brendan Fraser’s recent comeback is a testament to his dedication and talent as an actor, and fans are eager to see him take on new and exciting roles within the DCU. Despite the unfortunate cancellation of Batgirl, Fraser’s expressed interest in working with the DCU has given fans hope for future collaborations.

Brendan Fraser as Robot man
Brendan Fraser as Robot man

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It remains to be seen whether James Gunn or the DCU will heed the fans’ call to cast Fraser as Robotman, but one thing is certain – Brendan Fraser has a legion of loyal supporters who are eager to see him shine in the DCU.

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Written by Minhaz Ahamed

Minhaz is a writer who delves into the complexities of the human experience through his writings, with a focus on cinema, psychology, and philosophy. He finds solace in writing and uses it as a means of exploring and understanding the world.