Laurence Fishburne Talks About How Much He Loves The Marvel Universe

Laurence Fishburne's love for The MCU

Fishburne, who plays John Wick: Chapter 4’s villain, is a huge fan of the MCU. In a recent interview, Laurence Fishburne talks about how much he loves the Marvel Universe.

Fishburne, who portrayed Dr. William Foster in Ant-Man and the Wasp, expressed his willingness to reprise the role in a previous interview with Brandon Davis from, recorded before the release of John Wick: Chapter 4. He is now playing The Bowery King in John Wick: Chapter 4, which co-stars Keanu Reeves. Fishburne may contact Anthony Mackie to discuss his thoughts on Captain America: New World Order since he has clearly been following events in the Marvel universe.

Laurence Fishburne’s love for The MCU

Laurence Fishburne talks about how much he loves the Marvel Universe and that he would want to be a part of it. He doesn’t mind sitting on the sidelines either, as he anxiously awaits new releases.

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“You know, I’m a big MCU guy man. I love the Marvel Cinematic Universe and as much I would love to be in it,” Fishburne said. “I’m happy being a fan and be waiting for whatever’s coming. Yeah, man like I just heard in Atlanta, I heard they’re getting ready to do another Captain America!… Bring it. I’m buying tickets dude!”

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On the red carpet for John Wick: Chapter 4, Fishburne became emotional when recalling his buddy Lance Reddick. He said Reddick was an important part of the system that they’re turning out to be a universe.

Fishburne expressed how much they miss and loved LanceLance was a vital component of the movies and his absence has been deeply felt. Despite the loss of their brother, they were able to produce a beautiful movie, which they believe is the best one yet. Fishburne believes that people will enjoy the film, and ultimately that’s what matters. At the end of the day, Lance would not have wanted them to abandon the project.

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