General Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross will continue to be on the horizon of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, now with Harrison Ford as the new face of the military strategist.
More consolidated talent joins the ranks of Marvel Studios, and as SMASH had told you days ago, it is finally a reality, the legendary Harrison Ford is the new face of General Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross in Marvel Studios.
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Deadline reports that Harrison Ford has struck a deal with Marvel Studios to play General Thaddeus “Thunderbolt” Ross, and his first appearance will be in the plot of Captain America: New World Order.
Ford will be the one to take the place of actor William Hurt, who between 2008 and 2020 played General Ross. Hurt passed away on March 23, 2022.
In the comics Thadeus Ross is the mastermind behind the group of anti-heroes known as the Thunderbolts.
In addition Ross manages to become Red Hulk, a character that has been hinted at his appearance in phase 5, and in phase 6 projects such as Avengers: Secret Wars.
You can also read: They present the Thunderbolts lineup and a first look at the team
The Emerald Giant declares war on the Marvel Universe.
They were his friends. They betrayed him. They shot him into space and headed for tragedy. He has fought, bled and conquered. He has loved and lost.
With only terrifying revenge left, Hulk heads to Earth with his loyal allies, the Warbound, to unleash his fury on Iron Man, Mr. Fantastic, Doctor Strange, and Black Bolt. He will crush them along with anyone who gets in his way.
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