10 Marvel Movie Cameos From Outside The MCU That Can Help Avengers: Secret Wars Character Top Endgame

  • Avengers: Secret Wars could surpass Endgame's success by uniting MCU and non-MCU characters for a multiverse showdown.
  • Possible cameos include Ioan Gruffudd as Mr. Fantastic, Nicolas Cage as Ghost Rider, and Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man.
  • Other potential appearances in Secret Wars could include Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy and Hugh Jackman as Wolverine.
There are some exciting possible Marvel movie cameos from outside the Marvel Cinematic Universe that could help Avengers: Secret Wars top Avengers: Endgame character count and fan excitement. While Avengers: Secret Wars details are still a year away at best, as the MCU movie will only arrive in 2027, anticipation is already building for what the end of the MCU's Multiverse Saga could bring. Avengers: Endgame ended Marvel Studios' Infinity Saga to thunderous applause, largely in part due to how well it managed to balance an expansive roster of heroes from the MCU's movies up to that point.
Avengers: Secret Wars has a likely goal of surpassing Endgame's feat, and to do so, the movie would need to expand its roster beyond just MCU characters. As the final chapter in the Multiverse Saga, Avengers: Secret Wars could unite the new version of Earth's Mightiest Heroes that will form in upcoming MCU movies, with the original Avengers, as well as characters from all over Marvel's extensive live-action history. The multiverse has already allowed the MCU to bring back fan-favorite characters from outside the MCU, and some non-MCU characters are needed for Secret Wars to top Endgame.
Related What Is Secret Wars? Avengers 6's Title Explained Marvel Studios has revealed its plans for Avengers 6 entitled Secret Wars, but what is this massive event what does it mean for the MCU? 10 Ioan Gruffudd As Reed Richards 2000's Fantastic Four Movies Close Following the announcement of the cast of Marvel Studios' The Fantastic Four, with Pedro Pascal set to play the MCU's Reed Richards, attention has turned to the character's live-action past. While director Tim Story's Fantastic Four movies are not exactly the best possible adaptations of Marvel's First Family, Ioan Gruffudd's Mr. Fantastic was pitch-perfect. Not only did Gruffudd look exactly like comic book Reed, but the actor brought the charisma and nuance the character is known for. Seeing Gruffudd's Reed and his Fantastic Four join the MCU's First Family in Avengers: Secret Wars would be a cheer-worthy moment.
9 Nicolas Cage As Ghost Rider Ghost Rider & Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengeance Close Nicolas Cage is a major comic book fan. After his cameo as Superman in DC's The Flash failed due to the multiverse sequence's poor CGI making the actor look like a video game character, Cage could be given the love he deserves in the MCU. Despite his two Ghost Rider movies not being among the best Marvel live-action offerings outside the MCU, Cage's version of the character had its charm. Having the popular actor appear in the MCU could lead to his Ghost Rider interacting with heroes in the MCU's supernatural corner and setting up the MCU's own Ghost Rider.
Related 9 MCU Characters That Could Form The Midnight Sons As the MCU's Phase 4 continues to unfold, characters from the Midnight Sons are slowly being introduced into the universe, getting fans excited. 8 Tobey Maguire As Spider-Man Sam Raimi's Spider-Man Trilogy & No Way Home Close Tobey Maguire's Spider-Man is one of the most popular superheroes ever. The actor's return as Peter Parker for the first time since 2007's Spider-Man 3 in Marvel Studios' Spider-Man: No Way Home was a major feat. After the film, fans made it clear that Maguire is wanted for more, and the actor has also said that he is game for appearing multiple times as Spider-Man again. One of those should be in Avengers: Secret Wars, as it would allow Maguire's Spider-Man to finally interact with Hugh Jackman's Wolverine and other early Marvel movie stars, as well as multiple MCU heroes.
7 Andrew Garfield As Spider-Man The Amazing Spider-Man Movies & No Way Home Close Like Maguire, Andrew Garfield also returned as his version of Peter Parker in 2021's Spider-Man: No Way Home. Playing the wall-crawler for the first time since Garfield's The Amazing Spider-Man 3 was canceled, the actor managed to redeem himself in the eyes of fans with a gripping performance in his MCU debut. Given the chemistry between the three live-action Spider-Men and their experience with multiverse events, having the trio back together in Avengers: Secret Wars is a must. Besides, the Avengers movie can see Garfield's Spider-Man finally fight an alien.
6 Emma Stone As Gwen Stacy The Amazing Spider-Man Franchise Close Emma Stone is another The Amazing Spider-Man star who needs to return in Avengers: Secret Wars. While Stone's Gwen Stacy is dead, the actress could appear as the Gwen of a different universe, with the finale of the MCU's Multiverse Saga being a perfect opportunity to have Garfield's Spider-Man and Stone's Ghost Spider — popularly known as Spider-Gwen — meet. After Spider-Man: No Way Home saw Garfield's Spider-Man redeem himself in his eyes for Gwen's death, he could finally find love again with a version of Stone's Gwen who lost her Peter.
5 Tom Hardy As Venom Sony's Spider-Man Universe Close Tom Hardy's Venom is the most popular character in Sony's Spider-Man Universe. While the SSU's Eddie Brock found himself in the MCU, the character's role in the franchise was disappointingly brief, spending just two post-credits scenes in the MCU and never meeting Holland's Spider-Man or other Marvel heroes. Avengers: Secret Wars could finally bring Hardy's Venom and Holland's Spider-Man face to face due to the missing piece of Venom that stayed behind in the MCU when Hardy's Venom was sent back to the SSU.
4 Hugh Jackman As Wolverine Fox's X-Men Franchise And Deadpool & Wolverine Close After nearly 25 years playing Logan, Hugh Jackman's Wolverine will join the MCU in 2024's Deadpool & Wolverine. The movie will see Ryan Reynolds' Wade Wilson become part of the franchise, and while Jackman is too old to play the MCU's main Wolverine, the actor could still hang around for another film or two, ending his time in the role in Avengers: Secret Wars. Seeing Jackman's Wolverine team up with Maguire's Spider-Man — the heroes who carried Marvel's live-action movie start — would be a treat, as would Wolverine fighting the Hulk in live-action.
Related Deadpool 3's Blink And You'll Miss It Avengers 6 Easter Egg Supports A Perfect MCU Theory The first Deadpool & Wolverine trailer has not only broken a major record, but also teased how the MCU movie could connect to Avengers: Secret Wars. 3 Ben Affleck As Daredevil 2003's Daredevil Close Ben Affleck played Daredevil in the Marvel character's only movie so far. While the actor's turn as Matt Murdock is not nearly as beloved as Charlie Cox's Daredevil, who has started to rack up MCU appearances since returning to the role in Spider-Man: No Way Home, Affleck's take on the character was still interesting. Bringing the actor back for Avengers: Secret Wars would be exciting for a few reasons, including his interactions with Cox's Matt Murdock, but primarily due to all the jokes Reynolds' Deadpool could make about Affleck's time as Batman at DC.
2 Michael Fassbender As Magneto Younger X-Men Movie Timeline Close While Ian McKellen was fantastic as Magneto, Michael Fassbender's version of the Marvel villain from the comics appearing in Avengers: Secret Wars would be more exciting. The actor stole the scene whenever he was onscreen in Fox's X-Men franchise, and while some of the movies he appeared in faltered, Fassbender's Magneto stands as one of the best live-action Marvel characters. At 46, Fassbender could easily be brought back to become the MCU's Magneto, and Avengers: Secret Wars would be the perfect spot for that to happen, with possible interactions between him and Elizabeth Olsen's Scarlet Witch being promising.
1 Patrick Stewart As Charles Xavier Fox's X-Men Franchise & Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness Close Seeing James McAvoy's Charles Xavier become part of the MCU would be fantastic; however, Patrick Stewart's return one more time as Professor X in Avengers: Secret Wars needs to happen. The actor has become synonymous with the X-Men franchise, so him being part of the movie that could serve as not only a love letter to Marvel's live-action history but also possibly set up the MCU's X-Men is necessary. Following a cameo in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness that ended with a Charles variant dying, Stewart deserves an iconic send-off in Avengers: Secret Wars.
Avengers: Secret Wars Avengers: Secret Wars is the sixth Avengers film and takes place during phase six of Marvel's Cinematic Universe. The film will see several heroes from the prior phases return and battle against a cosmic threat to rival Thanos, and borrows elements of the Marvel Comics event of the same name.
Release Date May 7, 2027


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