Kevin Feige Has Already Given His Blessings For Ryan Gosling’s MCU Debut as One of the Darkest Marvel Superhero

Buzz is swirling around Hollywood that Ryan Gosling might be joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe after a rumored meeting with Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige

Kevin Feige Has Already Given His Blessings For Ryan Gosling's MCU Debut as One of the Darkest Marvel Superhero

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  • According to insider, Ryan Gosling and Kevin Feige recently had a meeting and they talked about exploring potential opportunities.
  • Earlier, Kevin Feige said he'd "love to find a place" for Gosling in the MCU.
  • In the past, Gosling was reportedly considered for the role of Doctor Strange, a part eventually secured by Benedict Cumberbatch.
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Hollywood heartthrob Ryan Gosling, fresh off his charming turn alongside Margot Robbie in the blockbuster Barbie movie, is rumored to be in talks with Marvel Studios about joining the superhero cinematic universe. The buzz originated from industry insider Daniel Richtman, who dropped the bombshell that Gosling had met with Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige to discuss potential roles.

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Ryan Gosling as Ken in Barbie
Ryan Gosling as Ken in Barbie

Though till now it’s not confirmed news, from Feige’s side, it has been a green signal. Feige would take Gosling any day. Even when he talked to Josh Horowitz at San Diego Comic-Con last year, it seemed that there is certainly a place for Ryan Gosling in the MCU.  

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Ryan Gosling Rumored For MCU Debut 

Buzz is swirling around Hollywood that Ryan Gosling might be joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe after a rumored meeting with Marvel Studios head Kevin Feige.  

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According to information shared by insider Daniel Richtman, both of them talked about exploring potential opportunities within the extensive superhero franchise. 

Ryan Gosling in Drive
Ryan Gosling in Drive

While it’s still in the realm of speculation, the timing is intriguing. Ryan Gosling dropped out of Wolf Man under Universal and Blumhouse and won’t be starring in it anymore, after three years of attachment. Coincidence? Or perhaps his exit from Wolf Man is related to a potential involvement with Marvel?  

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It’s not the first time that Ryan Gosling’s name has been linked to the MCU. In the past, he was reportedly considered for the role of Doctor Strange, a part eventually secured by Benedict Cumberbatch. 

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Kevin Feige Already Welcome Ryan Gosling to the MCU 

Marvel boss Kevin Feige said he’d “love to find a place” for Gosling in the MCU.

Ryan’s amazing,” Feige told MTV News when he learned about Gosling’s Marvel pitch. “Hey man, if Ryan wants to be Ghost Rider… I’d love to find a place for him in the MCU.”

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Ryan Gosling in a still from Blue Valentine
Ryan Gosling in a still from Blue Valentine

He’s dressed up as Ken on Venice Beach and gets more press than giant movies coming out that weekend. It’s amazing.

Ghost Rider was turned into a film back in 2007 with Nicolas Cage in the lead role and a sequel Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance followed five years later. 

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Prantik Prabal Roy

Written by Prantik Prabal Roy

Prantik Prabal Roy is a content writer at FandomWire. With over three years of experience in content writing for various media houses, he takes great interest in telling stories about Hollywood celebrities and the world revolving around them. He has done his Master's in English literature and diploma course in journalism. Being a literature student, he has the ability to delve into the matter and analyse it thoroughly to give the readers a clear view on the specific topics.