It appears that the upcoming MCU film has found someone new to fill the gaps created by Thunderbolts. Hannah John-Kamen has been recently accused of stepping away from the production, which might not be expected to reprise her role as Ant-Man and the Wasp‘s Ghost after all.
According to Deadline, Ayo Edebiri has been added to the Thunderbolts cast by director Jake Schreier, in what's being referred to as a "secret role." The fact that Edebiri has "found a new team to join," has left some skeptical that the star will be playing a certain comic book heroine in the future.
Yes, everyone is convinced that Edebiri has been cast as Songbird, a character that Sadie Sink was previously expected to play. The possibilities are limited by the number of prominent female players in the Thunderbolts.
Did Marvel deliberately plot to derail us by invoking the Sadie Sink rumors itself?
What if Edebiri is not Songbird, then what would happen?
Many are already predicting that the addition of someone from her Catholic background as a traditionally Jewish character will cause social media outrage.
To be seen how Ayo Edebiri will fit into Thunderbolts, the answer remains to be seen. As we closer to the film's release on July 26, 2024, we'll find out.