Avengers: Infinity War: Actresses Who Can Play Mistress Death
Avengers: Infinity War will mark the official entrance of Thanos when he will seek to destroy all life-form. Many know he has his eyes set on the infinity stones. But there is also another reason why the Mad Titan seeks to destroy everyone.
Everyone might be aware of the fact that he is in love with the entity called Death and in order to win her affection, he swore to kill every being in the universe.
There have been many instances when Death has abandoned Thanos because of him losing a battle against the Avengers. But he has always been determined to woo her back.
Appearing as a skeleton wrapped in black or purple robe, Death has also at times appeared as a Caucasian human female. Keeping this in mind, if Death were to make an appearance in the MCU, who could play the role? Here are some options.
Cate is playing the role of Hela in Thor: Ragnarok, but many have been speculating that she could be revealed later as Death herself.
Having an Oscar winner like her would certainly bring more weightage to the MCU and watching her next to Josh Brolin’s Thanos would be a treat.
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Kate is undoubtedly one of the best actresses ever. She has played a villain in the Divergent series and has also worked with Josh in Labor Day.
If she ends up playing Death, she would certainly bring her own charm to the character and watching her next to Josh’s Thanos would be interesting.
Charlize is an expert in playing villainous characters. She played the evil Queen in Snow White and the Huntsman and would do justice to the character of Death as well in the MCU.
Her looks are more than enough to make her a strong candidate for the character.
IGN too made a list of actresses who would look good in the role of Death in the MCU. According to the outlet, Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke, Jessica Chastain, Eva Green and Emily Blunt would be perfect for the role.
It remains to be seen whether Death makes her debut in the MCU or not.
Avengers: Infinity War will release in 2018.
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