Elijah Wood is best known for his role in the de The Lord of the Rings as Frodo Baggins, he revealed that he wouldn’t mind joining the cinematic universes of Star Wars And Marvel.
The actor, during the press tour of No Man of God, said both Disney properties are “highly entertaining” and that he would love to appear in both.
A role in Star Wars or the MCU wouldn’t mind Elijah Wood
The little boy who wanted to play Wild Gunman in Back to the Future II, joined the de saga 10 years later The Lord of the Rings as the protagonist, in the role of Frodo Baggins, he does not deny that he would like to be part of the MCU and the Star Wars universe, deeming the two Disney franchises “essentially fun”.
During the promotion of his new film No Man of God, Wood told Entertainment Tonight:
If I had to choose I would opt for Star Wars, being a huge fan of the saga. But I wouldn’t mind entering the Marvel world too. Whether you like superhero movies or not, they are still fun. And the MCU movies are extremely well done. Going back to playing in such a vast universe would be absolutely fantastic, either way.
A small part in a show by Star Wars actually he already had it, even though it was the Resistence animated series where he voiced Jace Rucklin. But Wood’s intention is to be part of a live action story, whether it’s in a feature film or a new Disney Plus series.
During the same interview, he was then asked if he would like to reprise the role of Frodo in the new Amazon series, one of the most expensive shows ever:
If they had asked me to participate I would have accepted immediately. I spent almost 4 years in New Zealand with my colleagues, doing the trilogy, and I didn’t want it to end. Principal photography lasted 16 months, and then returned over the next three years to shoot additional scenes. This gave us the impression of continuing to live in that world we had grown fond of by now.
Who knows if in step 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe or in new projects related to Star Wars there will also be room for a role suitable for Elijah Wood, surely we will be able to see him again soon at the cinema in No Man of God, waiting to return to Middle-earth and find out what the de series will be like The Lord of the Rings coming to Amazon Prime Video.