Marvel Studios is aiming The Avengers After its release in 2008 Iron Man, but had the movie been released in the 1990s, the cast of the MCU’s first major crossover event would have looked very different. Over the years, MCU actors have become synonymous with their on-screen characters, and it’s hard to imagine anything other than Robert Downey Jr. plays Tony Stark, Chris Evans plays Steve Rogers or Chris Hemsworth. Play anyone other than Thor. Despite the repeated replays, actors like Don Cheadle and Mark Ruffalo made their characters their own. But if The Avengers Had it been released in the 1990s, today’s MCU would have been very different.
2012 The Avengers Marks the MCU’s first crossover event, bringing together select superheroes for the first time since previous years’ solo movies. Iron Man, amazing hulk, Iron Man 2, God of thunderAnd Captain America: Winter Soldier Some of Hollywood’s biggest names make their debuts as Marvel’s most iconic heroes, and The Avengers Watch them join forces against a common enemy as witnessed by Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury. The Avengers sets the standard for upcoming crossover movies, but some legendary 1990s actors might have stolen the show if Marvel Studios had teamed up a decade earlier.
Morgan Freeman as Nick Fury
Samuel L. Jackson debuted as SHIELD Director Nick Fury in 2008 Iron Manapparently to recruit Tony Stark for the mysterious Avengers show. Since most of the nominal Avengers are individuals of immense strength and extraordinary intelligence, it would take a very warm and dignified actor to play Fury, the team’s original benefactor. The AvengersFury needed to project authority over the egotistical and often unruly Avengers, and while Jackson was good, Morgan Freeman’s quiet self-assurance would add to the appeal of a ’90s actor.
Tom Cruise as Tony Stark, aka Iron Man
A breakout star of the 80s and 90s, Tom Cruise starred in films including Top Guns, Mission ImpossibleAnd some good peoplemany believe he will be the perfect Tony Stark of the 90s The Avengers. There is even doubt that Cruise will appear as the mutant Iron Man in the sequel. Doctor Strange in the Mad Multiverse, although this is not done. The role of a genius, billionaire, playboy, and philanthropist for ten years by Robert Downey Jr. Becoming the hero known as Iron Man is hard to match, but Ke Ruth’s charisma and experience in action films will put him in the role.
Kevin Costner as Steve Rogers, aka Captain America
After the breakup appeared on Fox’s Johnny Storm Fantastic four In the 2005 film, Chris Evans is referred to as the Steve Rogers of the MCU, a young soldier who becomes Captain America after being injected with a World War II super soldier serum. The Avengers Set in the 1990s, the character of Captain America could be the perfect choice for Kevin Costner, who has had notable hits throughout the decade such as dance with wolves, guardAnd Water world. The typical all-American Costner can be a big draw at the box office The Avengers.
Brad Pitt as Thor
Brad Pitt has for many years been rated by many media as the most attractive man on earth, so in the 1990s, there was no better choice for the role of Thor. Vampire Interview, 12 monkeysAnd boxing club Superstar.Chris Hemsworth as Thor in the modern MCU, released in 2011 God of thunderand is currently the only member of the original Avengers to have four solo movies, though Thor: Love and Thunder received much criticism. Brad Pitt is too perfect for the 90s scene The Avengers As Thor, the Asgardian thunder god is muscular, handsome but full of soul.
Angelina Jolie as Natasha Romanoff, aka Black Widow
A rising star of the 1990s, Angelina Jolie continued to prove herself as an action movie star, with roles like Lara Croft Lara Croft: Grave Thief, Sarah “Swing” Wayland at disappears after 60 secondsand jane smith Mr. Ba Nha Smith. These roles would make her the perfect choice for the role of Natasha Romanoff (aka Black Widow), The Avengersif it was made in the ’90s. Jolie’s charisma and demeanor mirror Scarlett Johansson’s Romanoff role, although Jolie still has a future in the MCU as Thena, debuting in Phase 4 everlastingShe will masterfully transform into the charming and mysterious Natasha Romanoff.
David Duchovny as Bruce Banner, aka The Hulk
no one will see file x Star David Duchovny Thinks He’s Going To Be The Hulk, But That’s Exactly What He Becomes The Avengers in the 1990s. While the Hulk may be the strongest member of the Avengers, thanks to his ability to transform into a giant, green, angry creature, the actor taking on the role also needs to be great. represents Bruce Banner, the humble man behind the Hulk. . Mark Ruffalo has followed this path brilliantly in the modern MCU, but in the ’90s, that responsibility should have fallen to Duchovny, whose charisma, sense of humor, and on-screen presence would make he became an excellent Banner.
Matt Damon as Clint Barton, aka Hawkeye
Matt Damon became famous in the 1990s with the following projects good hunting, Saving Private RyanAnd Brilliant Mr. Ripley With his talent and quickly establishing himself as a charming and engaging action star, he can also stand out in emotional and heartfelt moments. This balance makes him the perfect choice for the role of Clint Barton (aka Hawkeye) in the 1990s setting. The Avengers. Jeremy Renner proved his worth in 2011 Hawkeye Debut God of thunderBut has grown tremendously over the years, especially when his family was brought in Avengers: Age of Ultron. In the ’90s, Damon would be an excellent Hawkeye.
Jim Carrey as Rocky
At first, Jim Carrey seemed too silly to portray the evil Loki in the ’90s setting The Avengers. However, the background and emotional moments in the film include Truman show, liarand even Bruce Almighty Proof that Carrey can be the perfect actor. Because he joined maskTom Hiddleston’s portrayal of the mischievous god offers plenty of scary moments, but there’s also the fun and personality that Carrey possesses. Carrey’s latest work Sonic Hedgehog The film also hints that he’ll jump at the chance to play a complex villain like Loki.
Halle Berry as Maria Hill
Halle Berry became one of Hollywood’s highest-paid actresses in the 2000s, and in the 1990s, the actress had a big break in the industry, starring in hit movies. include Mirage, administrative decisionAnd B*A*P*WORRY. Berry later played Storm in the Fox movie x Men franchise, proving that the fierce and powerful Maria Hill was perfect for her in the 1990s. Nick Fury’s right-hand man was played by Coby Smulders The Avengersbut Berry will bring charm and personality to the role, as well as being a tough soldier.
Tom Hanks as Phil Coulson
Tom Hanks could be the perfect actor for Agents of SHIELD in the 1990s The Avengersespecially since he will likely continue to star in The leader’s minions-style derivatives like Clark Gregg does. With a combination of charm, wit, humorous timing and screen presence, Hanks could have brought the youth and energy to Phil Coulson’s character. Greg has made this clear throughout his time The leader’s minionsgives the character new life after his time is shortened The Avengersand Hanks could have copied that perfectly.