Many of the biggest films in recent memory have come from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Chris Pratt was best known for playing the endearing idiot Andy Dwyer in Parks and Recreation, but his role as Star-Lord in Guardians of the Galaxy elevated him.
According to rumours, Marvel signs its stars at comparatively low rates for their first appearance in a large blockbuster.
Another actor who had gained tremendous notoriety before to appearing in the MCU is Benedict Cumberbatch.
Few people expected Paul Rudd to play a superhero given his history of playing humorous parts like Antman.
Hawkeye was always one of the Avengers who appeared to get overlooked because all he brought to the squad was a bow and arrow.
One of the most notable instances of recasting in the MCU occurred when Mark Ruffalo replaced Chris Hemsworth as Bruce Banner/Hulk.
In many ways, Chris Evans’ appealing portrayal of Captain America as the title character makes him the MCU’s heart.
Another actor who wasn’t highly known before to appearing in the MCU was Chris Hemsworth.
With her role as Natasha Romanoff dating all the way back to Iron Man 2, Scarlett Johansson has been a part of the MCU for the longest.
With Iron Man, Robert Downey Jr. not only played a key role in the beginning of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.