After teasing his appearance at the end of Guardians of the galaxy vol. 2, Adam Warlock looks ready to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe in the ensuing induction of the smash enfranchisement. Sources tell Deadline that Will Poulter has landed the part of Warlock in Marvel’s expected fate. James Gunn is returning to direct, with Marvel Studio’s moderator Kevin Feige producing. Like with any Marvel film, details behind the plot are being kept under shoo-in and key. Output is awaited to start in November. The character was first teased in a post-credit scene of Guardians of the galaxy vol.
2, when Ayesha, played by Elizabeth Debicki, unveils to her wench the perfect Sovereign she has created to help destroy the Guardians once and for all. Ever since that scene, aficionados have bode patiently to see who would sometimes play that character, with their wishes now granted. Sources say Gunn and archons began their lengthy hunt for the person who would be playing Warlock at the end of August, with Poulter meeting along with several other actors for the coveted part. As it’s common with any major Marvel property, archons and Gunn took their time with the function given how frenzied aficionados were when it was first teased. In the end, Poulter’s test was too good to pass up. Best known for functions in The Revenant and Detroit, Poulter has been busy on the Box front, most new appearing in the cheered Amazon miniseries The Underground Rail. The next can be seen in Hulu’s limited series Dopesick. He’s repped by WME and Hamilton Hodell.