Caitlyn Jenner Wants to Play a Villain in a Marvel Film

Caitlyn Jenner Wants to Play a Villain in a Marvel Film

Caitlyn Jenner Wants to Play a Villain in a Marvel Film

She said she hasn't spoken to the president since he took office, but that her message to Trump would be: "Get over it!" "Get over it! I honestly don't know what happened when he got in there".

Bruce Jenner had quite the acting career before he transitioned, appearing in the movies The Hungover Games, Grambling's White Tiger, and Can't Stop the Music, and on TV in Murder, She Wrote, King of the Hill, The Love Boat, and CHiPs, in which he portrayed Officer Steve McLeish in six episodes.

Head here to check out the full Variety interview with Caitlyn Jenner.

And the star even auditioned for Superman shortly after winning the gold medal at the 1976 Olympic decathlon but lost out on the part to Christopher Reeve.

"It was just too much for me", Jenner said.

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Caitlyn Jenner was in attendance at the ESPYS this year alongside Sophia Hutchins, her rumored girlfriend. I would have gone down as the most macho guy in the world, and that's not me.

As for what lady she's referring to? What would be the type of film to best suit her?

Maybe Jenner could have a turn as the Mister Sinister cone, Miss Sinister. She did say he's made "mistakes" on LGBTQ issues while arguing, "I don't support him in everything that he does".

The reality star spoke to Variety for their latest issue - which is focused on trans representation in media - about her life and career since transitioning and her shift away from the spotlight in recent months. "I can play that girl". Who could you see Caitlyn Jenner playing in the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Although Disney and Marvel may play with character's ethnicity or sex in certain situations (Tessa Thompson as Valkyrie or Hannah John-Kamen as Ghost), just throwing in a transgender character for appeal or acceptance doesn't fit in their agenda.

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