Marvel Studios Reportedly Wants Keke Palmer for a Huge MCU Role: We Already Know the Superhero That Makes the Most Sense

MCU is reportedly eyeing Keke Palmer for a Huge Role and fans have opinions on the character she might play.

Marvel Studios Reportedly Wants Keke Palmer for a Huge MCU Role: We Already Know the Superhero That Makes the Most Sense


  • Two-time Primetime Emmy Winner, Keke Palmer is among one of the most talented actress in her generation.
  • With her filmography ever expanding, a potential massive character might be in the works for the actress.
  • As per reports, Marvel Studios is considering her to play a huge role in the MCU.
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Keke Palmer is a multi-talented actress and singer loved by audiences since her childhood with roles in films like “Akeelah and the Bee” and Nickelodeon shows like “True Jackson, VP”. These days, she’s wowing critics with her leading role in Jordan Peele’s latest horror flick, “Nope”.

A still from Nope
A still from Nope

But it seems her talents might soon be gracing a whole new universe – the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). With fans constantly campaigning for their favorite actors to embody iconic superheroes, reports are swirling that Marvel Studios has its eye on Palmer for a major role. And while the exact character remains a mystery, there’s one hero in particular that seems like a perfect fit.

Marvel Interested in Seeing Keke Palmer For A Big Role & Storm Feels Like The Perfect Role

Storm in a still from X-Men
A still from X-Men: Dark Phoenix

Keke Palmer is reportedly on Marvel Studios’ wishlist for a major role, as per industry insider Daniel Richtman. While the exact character remains under wraps, speculation has swirled online, with many fans championing Storm, the iconic weather-wielding X-Men leader, as the perfect fit for Palmer’s talents.


Storm, Ororo Munroe, is a regal mutant with the power to manipulate the very forces of nature. A powerful figure in X-Men lore, she’s been portrayed by Halle Berry in several films. However, with the X-Men officially entering the MCU, there’s an opening for a fresh take on the character.

Enter Keke Palmer. Her charismatic presence and ability to command the screen are undeniable, qualities that perfectly embody Storm’s leadership. Further, what truly makes Palmer a phenomenal fit for Storm is the depth she can bring to the character. Storm’s journey is one of immense personal growth, from a young woman grappling with her powers and place in the world to a confident leader fighting for justice and equality. Palmer’s dramatic range, as showcased in films like “Akeelah and the Bee” and “The Netherground”, allows her to portray both Storm’s vulnerability and her unwavering strength.


Rogue Is Also A Valid Contender For Keke Palmer In MCU

Keke Palmer in Nope
A still from Nope

While Storm undoubtedly stands out as a perfect fit for Keke Palmer’s talents in the MCU, another X-Men character, Rogue, also emerges as a strong contender. Rogue, Anna Marie LeBeau, possesses the ability to absorb the memories and powers of anyone she touches. Originally a villain, Rogue’s story arc is one of redemption and self-discovery, making her a complex and compelling character.

Further, even Palmer herself showed much interest in portraying Rogue in the MCU. In a previous interview with Comicbookshe revealed that she was ready to take on the role of the character any day.

“That’s confidential, sugar. No, I’m kidding. I don’t know. I just know that the fans, the way that the fans have me booked, honey, online, I got to do a gig every week. So if we’re adding Marvel to it, hey, let’s do it. I’m ready for Rogue.”

Only time will tell if Palmer will join the MCU or not. And if yes, whether she will take on the mantle of Storm or Rogue, or somebody else.


Written by Piyush Yadav

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Piyush Yadav is a young and cheerful writer from India. Wrestling, Movies, TV and Gaming - He loves all things entertainment. From WWE matchups to the Hollywood news, he has been exploring these worlds for more than two years to create informative and engaging content. Balancing his passion for writing with his pursuits of Chartered Accountancy, Yadav aims to provide a fun read to a wider audience.