Oscar Nominee Kodi Smit Mcphee Turned Down His Second Marvel Role

Oscar Nominee Kodi Smit-McPhee was reportedly offered a role in an upcoming Marvel movie. but unfortunately, he had to turn it down for his second role for Marvel. He just received an Oscar nomination for his role in the Netflix film ‘Power of Dog‘.

Maybe you don’t remember, it’s not Kodi Smit McPhee’s first call for Marvel. He acted as a Nightcrawler character in X-Men: Apocalypse and X-Men: Dark Phoenix.

The Ankle reported that Kodi was offered this reported role of Chameleon in the impending Marvel film ‘Kraven the Hunter’, yet he needed to turn down the part. Popular journalist Jeff Snider said that a timetable issue left him unfit to seek after it.

Also, they said that it was a negative role. Wednesday they revealed that Wednesday, Russell Crowe will probably play this role. In this project, he has been taken for the project. It is also the second role for him in MCU. He portrayed the Greek god in Thor: Love and Thunder.

Now Aaron Taylor-Johnson will play the lead spot in the impending film, which is important for Sony Pictures’ Marvel universe. Also, an Oscar-winning entertainer just joined the cast.

About Kodi Smit-McPhee

Kodi Smit Mcphee

Kodi Smit-McPhee is an Australian actor now an Oscar Nominee, which is a very successful title for this 25-year-old young actor. He got his first recognition as a child actor for his leading roles in ‘The Road’ and ‘Let Me In’.

He was just 12 years old when he acted in ‘Let Me In’. Kodi Smit-McPhee went on to give the voice-over of the titular character in ParaNorman.

Kodi in recent times got trolled for his skinny body. But the real truth is he is suffering from a condition called Ankylosing spondylitis. This is an autoimmune disease that irreversibly affects the spine and joints. Hope there will be a time when netizens will stop thinking about his skinny body and praise his acting.

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