Charlize Theron He is jumping from shooting to shooting and right now he is preparing ‘Fast X’ and the sequel to ‘The Old Guard’… although in between he has also had time to shoot two very unexpected small cameos and has revealed how he ended up doing them.
Be careful, there are minor spoilers for both ‘The Boys’ and ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’!
Between sorcerers and multinational superheroes
The third season of ‘The Boys’ has just started and has already given us some surprises. Although it has been brief, one of the first has been Charlize Theron’s cameo as Stormfront in the movie about the Seven that started shooting in the previous chapters. After the revelation of the superheroine’s Nazi past (and how she stayed after the tremendous beating they gave her at the end of the season), Stormfront was not having her best moment, so an actress was needed to embody her in the film. fictitious
So the one chosen to embody this meta-Stormfront was Theron. seth rodenwho acts as an executive producer in the series, was the one who offered him the small cameo.
“Seth [Rogen] He asked me long ago, and I’d throw myself on top of broken glass for him and all his fellow Point Grays. I adore them, and we take great care of each other,” the actress explained. “I love the show, I think it’s very smart.”
But then Kevin Feige also entered the ring and offered him the cameo that we could see in the first post-credits scene of ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’. Although the Marvel Studios movie and ‘The Boys’ do not have to “stick together” or be exclusive, Theron was already warning Feige in advance that he had shot a cameo in the series in case it could be a problem.
“I was very transparent and they thought it was great. I mean, [‘The Boys’] it is a satire. I think there’s room for everything, and it just means that people are interested in these kinds of worlds right now,” she explained, of the success of superhero stories.
With these two cameos, Theron adds two more appearances in her career in the world of superheroes, which began with ‘Hancock’ and expanded a little more with ‘The old guard’ from Netflix. Her cameo as Clea is seen and unseen after the end of ‘Doctor Strange 2’but if we trust the importance of the character in the Marvel comics, it is very possible that we will see more of her in what the MCU has ahead of us.