Daniel Craig, according to Marvel's rumor, has almost joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe in a major role

Daniel Craig, according to Marvel's rumor, has almost joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe in a majo ...

The Multiverse of Madness''s major spoilers are still out, so read at your own risk.

Unlike James Bond, most movie lovers consider him to be a star of 007. It makes sense, as the British actor ended his career with the conclusion of No Time To Die. However, a vast new rumor claims that he would play a major Marvel Cinematic Universe role.

Daniel Craig had agreed to play Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. At the time, Deadlines Justin Kroll claimed that Craig would play Reed Richards, the lead character of the Illuminati, according to the media, although Craig was later cleared of any wrongdoing due to an increase in COVID numbers at the time. Twitter''s heavyspoilers later backed up Craig''s speculation, but reported that the 54-year-old was actually going to play another major player:

So now that the rumors about Daniel Craig originally being in #doctorstrange #inthemultiverseOfmadness are out, I think I can talk about what I learned from him. Craig was originally expected to be Balder The Brave who was the protagonist.

Despite the fact that Balder, who in the comics is the God of Thunder''s brother, was set to join the Illuminati. Based on the facts that he had previously been drafted, it appears Reed Richards would have met a difficult ending like his colleagues. Wanda Maximoff was ecstatic to say that the killing would be avoided.

Daniel Craig, who once dreamed of playing two iconic heroes, could still make his way into the Marvel movies or a third comic book world at some point in the future.