Ezra Miller and Ray Fisher reveal which superheroes they would love to suit up as in the MCU

Fisher expressed interest in a Marvel character, who is yet to become a part of the studio's cinematic universe


                            Ezra Miller and Ray Fisher reveal which superheroes they would love to suit up as in the MCU

Sure it sounds like a highly unlikely scenario, but if ever Marvel were to steal Ezra Miller and Ray Fisher off the DC/Warner Bros camp and cast them in the MCU, the actor-duo already has their preferences set. 

Speaking at the recent Wizard World Philadelphia, the Justice League stars — who have successfully brought to life two iconic comic book characters, Cyborg and The Flash, on the big screen — talked about their choice of Marvel characters. 

And as it seems, the pair is spoilt for choice.



"At the moment, I feel like we are significantly outnumbered. Like, we have a big pick, we have a large pick,” said 25-year-old Miller, whose DC character, Barry Allen, left quite an impression on fans in the last ensemble movie, Justice League. “There’s a billion for us to pick!. They only got about six," added his co-star Fisher. 

Ultimately, the pair went on to reveal their pick of characters. While the Fantastic Beasts actor chose Nick Fury — a different version than the current iteration — Fisher expressed interest in a Marvel character, who is yet to become a part of the studio's cinematic universe, Wolverine. 

“I have said this before, I would love to play [Nick] Fury. I would love to play an old, a different version than the current version, but like an [older guy]. I loved those comics when I was growing up. I loved like really scary war [stories], with a traumatized, like morally injured Fury,” explained Miller. 



As Fisher continued: "Can we pick outside of the MCU? Can I pick an X-Man or an X-Person? I would probably want to play the Wolverine.”

Indeed, such a situation — where DC stars make crossovers as Marvel characters — is far-fetched, even in the fictional comic book world. But it doesn't hurt to imagine, right?