Ana de Armas dismisses playing Wonder Woman role

Ana de Armas, the Cuban-Spanish actress who gained worldwide recognition for her role in Entre Razors and Secrets, has become a highly sought-after actress in Hollywood since then. She has appeared in numerous popular productions, including No Time to Die and John Wick 3: Parabellum. While her fans imagine her as a popular heroine, Ana has no interest in taking the place of the already well-established figure of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman.

Ana de Armas has worked hard to distance herself from being seen only as a beautiful face in the film industry, and her career is increasing with a diversity of roles. Critics hoped that Rubia would help her secure a firmer hold in this direction, but the movie divided audiences and ended up becoming one of the most hated titles of last year. Although viewers praised her acting, the film’s failure removed all possibility of an Oscar beyond a mere nomination.

Though her fans like to see her in action-packed films and some feel that she can follow an interesting path in action movies, playing a superhero is not a part of her interests as of yet. Extended or shared universes of superheroes have worked wonders in popularizing actors, and Ana de Armas is no exception. Chris Pratt, Chris Hemsworth, and Tom Hiddleston found recognition by joining Marvel, while Benedict Cumberbatch, Robert Downey Jr., and Elizabeth Olsen became more popular.

While some fans feel that Ana may be an excellent addition to the DC or Marvel Universe, she has explicitly stated in an interview that she has no plans on playing Wonder Woman. During an appearance on WIRED to answer the most searched questions on the internet, Ana mentioned that Gal Gadot is doing a great job and believes that she should continue playing the role.

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Ana’s fans respect her decision, and though they eagerly look forward to seeing her in more diverse roles, they agree that being part of the Marvel or DC universe could be very rewarding for her career in the long term. However, for now, Ana de Armas is quite content to explore other possibilities outside the superhero genre.

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