Sharper star Sebastian Stan spills beans on MCU and co-starring with Legends!"

    Sebastian Stan spills the beans on Harrison Ford's speculated role in MCU's 'Thunderbolts' and dives deep into his experience shooting for 'Sharper'.

    <p>Source: People</p>

    Source: People

    When it comes to the MCU, there's no shortage of suspense, surprises, and spectacular casting! Sebastian Stan, in a candid talk with Entertainment Tonight, shared his excitement and mystery surrounding Harrison Ford's potential role in the upcoming Thunderbolts team-up movie.

    Marvel’s Latest Surprise?

    As reported by Entertainment Tonight, Ford is expected to step into the shoes of General Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross, taking the torch from the late William Hurt. "To find out if he’s in the movie," was Stan's cheeky remark when asked about Ford's involvement. One thing's for sure: Ford’s addition would be a colossal one!

    All-Star Ensemble in 'Thunderbolts'!

    Sebastian couldn't contain his enthusiasm, not just for Ford but for the entire cast. Joining the lineup are Florence Pugh, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, David Harbour, Wyatt Russell, Hannah John-Kamen, and Olga Kurylenko. While the production rumblings suggest a summer start, Stan gave fans a tidbit, saying things are "still kinda building up."

    Stan's 'Sharper' Shift

    Away from the superhero universe, Stan has been venturing into the twisted world of Sharper, where he plays Max, a con artist wrapped in layers of enigma. He mentioned, "From an acting standpoint that was fun." He particularly relished the film's intricate dialogue, a stark contrast from the explosive MCU.

    Stellar Company

    In Sharper, Stan shares screen space with Hollywood stalwarts like Julianne Moore and John Lithgow. Recounting his experience with them, Stan confessed that despite Lithgow's portrayal of dark characters, off-camera, he's an absolute gem.

    Source: People

    Be sure to catch Stan's riveting performance in Sharper, hitting select theaters on February 10th and premiering on Apple TV+ on February 17th.

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