One of the many projects currently in development at Marvel Studios is “Thunderbolts”, which was initially announced at the San Diego Comic Con in 2022 and will bring together many of the anti-heroes from the MCU into one epic team up film.

At the last D23 Expo, it was revealed that Florence Pugh, David Harbour, Sebastian Stan and Wyatt Russell would be starring in the film, as Yelena Belova, Red Guardians, The Winter Soldier and US Agent.

While never officially announced, it had been reported that Steven Yeun was going to star in the upcoming film, but according to Deadline, due to the delays in filming caused by the writer’s and actor’s strike, Steven has had to pull out of the project.

Originally, “Thunderbolts” was going to begin filming last year, in order to hit its Christmas 2024 release date, but now filming is scheduled to start later this year, in order to arrive in cinemas on July 25th 2025.

Steven Yeun has previously starred in “The Walking Dead”, “Beef” and “Nope”. He was rumoured to be playing the role of The Sentry, who is Marvel’s version of Superman.

Very little is known about the upcoming “Thunderbolts” film, though Jake Schreier will be directing the movie, which is based on a script by Eric Pearson.

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