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

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

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?