8 MCU TV Show Characters Who Deserve a Shot at the Big Screen

8 MCU TV Show Characters Who Deserve a Shot at the Big Screen

Explore the top 8 MCU TV show characters who deserve to make the leap from the small screen to the big screen in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

1. OB From Loki

The character of OB, portrayed by Ke Huy Quan, is an eccentric genius in Loki season 2. As a Time Variance Authority (TVA) agent, OB steals every scene he's in with his expertise on the Temporal Loom. While currently entrenched in the TVA and unexplored in the big-screen MCU, OB's presence in a larger capacity would inject a bit of whimsy into any project he's in.

Ke Huy Quan's Ouroboros smiling in Loki season 2

Ke Huy Quan's Ouroboros smiling in Loki season 2

OB does not necessarily need to star in his own movie, but any film he's in would benefit greatly from Quan's performance. The character's comic relief expertly delivered by Quan makes his potential appearance on the big screen eagerly anticipated.

Ke Huy Quan's Ouroboros with the new TVA guidebook at the end of Loki season 2

Ke Huy Quan's Ouroboros with the new TVA guidebook at the end of Loki season 2

2. Jennifer Walters/She-Hulk From She-Hulk: Attorney At Law

Tatiana Maslany's portrayal of Jennifer Walters, aka She-Hulk, in the TV series 'She-Hulk: Attorney At Law' deserves a second chance in the pantheon of Marvel heroes. While the procedural-style of the series is better suited to television, the character's potential appearance in larger MCU films, such as a potential Avengers team, would be a prime opportunity to showcase She-Hulk's superhero prowess.

She-Hulk in suit in court in She-Hulk Attorney at Law

She-Hulk in suit in court in She-Hulk Attorney at Law

Despite the review bombing and undeserved backlash, Jennifer Walters' journey as She-Hulk deserves to continue on the big screen, offering an opportunity for the character to make a significant impact in upcoming MCU movies.

Smart Hulk and She-Hulk throwing boulders in She-Hulk Attorney at Law

Smart Hulk and She-Hulk throwing boulders in She-Hulk Attorney at Law

3. Bruno Carrelli From Ms. Marvel

In 'The Marvels,' the absence of Kamala Khan's loyal best friend, Bruno Carrelli, was noticeable. Despite seemingly having no place as a major player in the larger narrative of the MCU, future films involving Ms. Marvel could benefit from Bruno's presence, even if it's just for a brief cameo.

Ms Marvel Bruno Carrelli Matt Lintz

Ms Marvel Bruno Carrelli Matt Lintz

As a character deeply important to Ms. Marvel's origin, Bruno's skills with science and technology and his potential as a young scientist make him a compelling addition to the larger MCU. Perhaps there's a significant place for Bruno in the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

4. Kate Bishop From Hawkeye

Hailee Steinfeld's portrayal of Kate Bishop in 'Hawkeye' sets her up as Clint Barton's successor and positions her for a significant debut in upcoming MCU movies. With her potential involvement in a team of younger heroes and her heroic enthusiasm, Kate Bishop is a perfect fit for the MCU's upcoming Young Avengers project.

Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld) pointing a bow and arrow at the screen in Hawkeye

Kate Bishop (Hailee Steinfeld) pointing a bow and arrow at the screen in Hawkeye

Kate Bishop's proven combat skills and her youthful, heroic spirit make her a compelling candidate for superhero team-ups and battles on the big screen, offering endless possibilities for her character in future MCU films.

Kate Bishop at the end of The Marvels

Kate Bishop at the end of The Marvels

5. Layla El-Faouly/Scarlet Scarab From Moon Knight

May Calamawy's portrayal of Layla El-Faouly, also known as Scarlet Scarab, in 'Moon Knight' introduces the first Egyptian superhero in the MCU. The representation and exciting superhero potential of Scarlet Scarab make her a deserving character for the big screen.

May Calamawy as Layla El-Faouly in MCU Moon Knight

May Calamawy as Layla El-Faouly in MCU Moon Knight

Scarlet Scarab's emergence as an exciting new superhero and her capabilities hint at the power and presence required for a significant debut in future MCU movies, offering viewers a chance to witness her superhero prowess on a grand scale.

Moon Knight could be a part of the Midnight Sons in the MCU

Moon Knight could be a part of the Midnight Sons in the MCU

6. Marc Spector/Steven Grant/Moon Knight From Moon Knight

Oscar Isaac's portrayal of Marc Spector, also known as Moon Knight, is a compelling character that deserves to make a big screen debut in the MCU. With his complex relationship with the god Khonshu and the representation of mental health and dissociative identity disorder, Moon Knight is especially suited to a solo film.

Marc Spector with crescent weapon in Moon Knight

Marc Spector with crescent weapon in Moon Knight

The exploration of inner turmoil and sense of self in a Moon Knight film is paramount, and if executed well, there is no reason why a Moon Knight movie can't succeed. The character's popularity and compelling story make him an excellent candidate for a significant role in future MCU films.

Moon Knight fighting Arthur Harrow in Moon Knight season 1's finale

Moon Knight fighting Arthur Harrow in Moon Knight season 1's finale

7. Mobius From Loki

Owen Wilson's portrayal of the committed TVA agent Mobius in 'Loki' is a highlight of the series, and his chemistry with the characters is hard to come by. While his retirement from the TVA in 'Loki' marks a bittersweet send-off, it would be a missed opportunity not to see him return in some form in future MCU movies.

An image of Morbius looking serious in Loki

An image of Morbius looking serious in Loki

A version of Mobius that knows a life outside the TVA returning to weigh in on multiverse-threatening events would be an interesting prospect. A reunion with Loki or a new role in the larger narrative of the MCU would be eagerly anticipated by fans.

Mobius smirks in Loki season 2

Mobius smirks in Loki season 2

8. Agatha Harkness From WandaVision

Kathryn Hahn's portrayal of Agatha Harkness in 'WandaVision' showcased the character's powerful presence in the MCU. With the character's dark magic and potential release from confinement in the upcoming series, Agatha's role in the MCU's future offers endless possibilities for her involvement in larger narrative arcs.

Kathryn Hahn using purple energy as Agatha Harkness in WandaVision

Kathryn Hahn using purple energy as Agatha Harkness in WandaVision

The character's dark magic and formidable presence make her a compelling candidate for future MCU films, and Kathryn Hahn's portrayal ensures that any more Agatha content in the MCU is more than welcome.

Kathryn Hahn as Agatha Harkness in WandaVision episode 8 using purple energey in the basement.

Kathryn Hahn as Agatha Harkness in WandaVision episode 8 using purple energey in the basement.

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