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15 Marvel Actors Who Demanded Changes To Characters

I’m just grateful Feige let Chris Hemsworth make Thor funny.

These days, it feels like just about every movie or TV show is based on a book, news story, or other piece of media that already exists — especially comic books. However, what makes all of these adaptations and “based on” productions interesting is the way they reimagine familiar characters.

Of course, the writers and directors play a hand in reinventing a character, but the actor playing them also has a huge role. Often, an actor comes up with new lines during filming, offers a better idea for their character’s overall arc, or sees more potential in them than anyone else did.

Here are 15 Marvel actors who asked for changes to their characters and got them.

1.

In 2018, Elizabeth Olsen expressed the desire to change her Scarlet Witch costume so that “it would just not be a cleavage corset.”


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She told Elle, “It’s funny because sometimes I look around and I’m just like — wow, I’m the only one who has cleavage, and that’s a constant joke because they haven’t really evolved my superhero costume that much.”

A few years later, she got to have a hand in designing her new costume for WandaVision, and her feedback on the team’s initial concept shaped the final design.


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Director Matt Shakman told Entertainment Tonight, “She knows what she has to do better than anybody, having done this for years now.”

2.

Initially, The Avengers director Joss Whedon wanted “to separate the characters from their support systems in order to create the isolation you need for a team” — which included separating Tony Stark from Pepper Potts.

However, Robert Downey Jr. “pushed hard” for his character’s love interest to be included because “he didn’t want to be sort of, crazy alone guy, he wanted to be crazy in-a-relationship guy.”


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“He really thought Gwyneth [Paltrow] would bring something great to the table, and we all thought so as well, but he was the one who convinced her to come and do it,” Whedon told the LA Times.

3.

After playing Thor in two solo movies and two ensemble movies, Chris Hemsworth was “frustrated and bored,” so he met with Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige and told him that the god of thunder’s next movie needed to “be funnier” and “be unpredictable.”


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Hemsworth told Vanity Fair that he told Feige, “Tonally, we’ve just got to wipe the table again.”

Feigi listened and agreed, and — with Marvel Studios’ separation from Marvel Entertainment allowing for more creative freedom — he allowed director Taika Waititi to treat Thor: Ragnarok like a comedy.


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Waititi told Entertainment Weekly, “A lot of what we’re doing with the film is, in a way, kind of dismantling and destroying the old idea and rebuilding it in a new way that’s fresh. Everyone’s got a slightly new take on their characters, so in that way, it feels like [this is] the first Thor.”

4.

Tessa Thompson wanted to confirm that Valkyrie is bisexual on screen in Thor: Ragnarok. She successfully pitched the idea to Waititi and convinced him to film a scene where a woman walks out of Valkyrie’s room.

Unfortunately, the scene was cut, even though Waititi fought to keep it in as long as he could. Regardless, Thompson was intentional about playing Valkyrie as a bi woman.


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She told Rolling Stone, “There were things that we talked about that we allowed to exist in the characterization, but maybe not be explicit in the film. … There’s a great shot of me falling back from one of my sisters who’s just been slain. In my mind, that was my lover.”

She also told Variety, “In the canon, [Valkyrie] is bisexual. You see her with women and men, so that was my intention in playing her. Obviously, at the forefront of most of these stories is not typically their romantic life. They have big stakes, like saving the world, so that tends to sort of trump.”

However, Thompson confirmed that finding her queen will be Valkyrie’s “first order of business” in the upcoming Thor: Love and Thunder.

5.

The first time Scarlett Johansson saw her Black Widow costume for Iron Man 2, she “had a freak-out moment that lasted about half a day” because of how form-fitting it was.


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She told Sci Fi Movie Page, “Then I said, ‘Okay, time to suck it up’ and just went full force into getting in shape to wear the costume and perform the physical action so it looked just right.”

She also told Inside the Actors Studio, “Who wants to get into something like that? You just think, ‘Oh God, really?’ Couldn’t it have some sort of peplum skirt or something like that? This thing is so, ‘There you are.'”

“After Iron Man to going into Avengers, there’s been an evolution of her look. I think part of that is just gaining the trust of the executives at Marvel and kind of sitting in the character and just being able to make decisions for her,” Johansson told Fatherly.

For the character’s final film, Black Widow costume designer Jany Temime gave her suit a rubber base and an elastic seam allowance, and Johansson called it “the most comfortable outfit.”

6.

After X2, Halle Berry said she would only return to the X-Men franchise if the script gave Storm “more to do.”


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On her personal website, she said, “If they have, in fact, written her closer to the comic book, then I’m in. If not, then I’m out. I hope I’m in though. I love Storm and really want to be a part of the last film.”

She also wanted Storm to be more like her comic book counterpart because fans “would really accost [her] on the street and be vocally angry” that Storm didn’t fly with her cape or fight much.


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Berry told Movieweb, “They would like attack me. So I then internalized that and I would go to the studio, ‘I wanna fly with my cape!’  And they’d be like, ‘Well Halle, you’re nuts.'” 

So, she would tell the studio, “This is the feedback I’m getting. I think Storm does a little bit more in the comic book, and the fans aren’t happy. It’s not about me having more, but if I’m gonna be on for 10 minutes, can I say something important for 10 minutes instead of ‘Where’s the plane?'”

Thanks to Berry, Storm played a more central role in X-Men: The Last Stand.

7.

After Daredevil was canceled, Vincent D’Onofrio wasn’t ready to say goodbye to Wilson Fisk/Kingpin. He told ScreenRant, “I so badly want to play that character again. I love that character. I just have to wait for Marvel to ask me.”


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He continued, “I think it’s very clear that I would, and the fans know that I would jump at the chance to play again. I just need to be asked.”

While planning Hawkeye a few years later, Marvel needed “a really big threat, like something that…would make Eleanor Bishop shake in her boots and Hawkeye…get a little bit afraid,” so Feige threw out the idea — “What if this could be Kingpin?”

“[Feige called and] said ‘I want to bring you into the MCU,’ and I’m not gonna say no to that,” D’Onofrio said in the Hawkeye episode of Marvel Studios: Assembled.

8.

When Mickey Rourke met with Feige and director Jon Favreau about playing Ivan Vanko/Whiplash in Iron Man 2, he had a trio of demands for his character — his hair in a bun, a Russian accent, and a bird.

All three of his demands were met, and Downey reportedly took a pay cut so the filmmakers could meet Rourke’s quota.


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However, a lot of the character development that Rourke worked on with Favreau ended up being cut from the final film, which upset the actor.

9.

After Lupita Nyong’o read the Black Panther script for the first time, she workshopped it with director Ryan Coogler because they were both “very keen for [Nakia] to be more than just the love interest…[and] wanted her to have her own agency, to occupy her own space, as well as, of course, to support T’Challa.”

“One of the things we worked on was making her part and parcel of the main argument of the story, about whether to keep the borders open,” Nyong’o told the Hollywood Reporter.

10.

Evangeline Lilly joined the Ant-Man cast as Hope van Dyne/Wasp after writer/director Edgar Wright left the project but before his script was fully rewritten, so she “got a chance to sort of say, ‘Hey, why don’t you beef up my character and give her a really full arc?'”

“All the suggestions that I put forward and the things that I would ask for, like, ‘What about this?’ or ‘We can do this with her,’ [Marvel was] very amenable to it and they were very open to it. And then they would take it even farther,” she told Collider.


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She continued, “They would go away, and they could come back to me and say, ‘Oh, we’ve really done something incredible with Hope.’ I kind of got lucky. I started out thinking I was walking into a film playing a supporting character. It’s now become a trifecta with myself and Michael Douglas and Paul Rudd.”

11.

When Tom Holland was filming the big finale for Spider-Man: No Way Home, he “kept stopping and being like, ‘I’m so sorry, I just don’t believe what I’m saying.'”

So, director Jon Watts pulled him aside, and they agreed the scene was wrong.

“We sat down, we went through it, and we came up with a new idea. Then we pitched it to the writers, they rewrote it, and it works great,” Holland told GQ.

12.

Samuel L. Jackson has “been doing Nick Fury for so long, [he knows] what he sounds like and…how he thinks and how he feels” — so he often helps Marvel screenwriters get his character’s voice down.

“There are times, when I’m in the midst of doing or studying the lines for the next day or the scene that we’re doing, that I can tell, ‘The writer knows what he wants to say, but he hadn’t said it, so let me help,’ and I’ll write it,” he told Collider.

“The next day when I go in, I’ll pull that person to the side and say, ‘Look, I know you wrote this, but this is a better way to say that as Nick Fury,’ and they’ll go, ‘Oh my God. Well, you’re Nick Fury, so yeah,'” he said.

13.

In the original version of the Black Widow scene where Alexei Shostakov/Red Guardian tries to comfort Yelena Belova, he was supposed to simply say something then leave after she told him to get out — but David Harbour wanted to make it more profound.

He told Insider that he said, “Wouldn’t it be interesting if back in America when she was little and was terrified, having been taken from her family, the Red Guardian would put her in the car and drive around and play ‘American Pie’? So from then on, she tells daddy to put in the tape.”

He continued, “So for this bedroom scene, I’m thinking, he’s a failure as a father, what can he do at the end of this scene?’ This narcissist who also has a big heart. And so he brings up the song, basically as him saying, ‘I tried.'”

14.

Florence Pugh “really wanted Yelena to be odd and strange and have weird timing and to fight awesomely.”

Director Cate Shortland allowed her to “think freely, to create this character and to make her as weird as [Pugh] wanted her to [be].”


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Pugh told Indianexpress.com, “I was really excited by the possibility of making a new silhouette of a woman in the MCU. There was potential to create new conversations, have new stories, and make new moments for women.”

15.

And finally, Chris Evans was initially hesitant to accept the lead role in Captain America: The First Avenger, and when he finally joined the cast, he “was very conscious of not wanting snark.”


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Screenwriter Christopher Markus told Yahoo, “It was a very good understanding of Captain America, which is that if this guy’s going to fly as a character and as an authority figure, eventually, he’s got to have the gravity right away, no matter what the situation.”

His understanding of Captain America helped the screenwriters realize “that Steve Rogers was born Captain America, he just didn’t have the body.”

He also “may have taken a joke or two out” of the script.

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The Real Housewives of New York City (2008) (TV Series)

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Luann de Lesseps as Self 248 episodes • 2008–2021
Sonja Morgan as Self…232 episodes • 2010–2021
Bethenny Frankel as Self 170 episodes • 2008–2021
Dorinda Medley as Self 153 episodes • 2010–2021
Carole Radziwill as Self 144 episodes • 2012–2021
Heather Thomson as Self 87 episodes • 2012–2021
Tinsley Mortimer as Self 96 episodes • 2010–2021
Jill Zarin as Self 78 episodes • 2008–2021
Alex McCord as Self 64 episodes • 2008–2021
Kelly Bensimon as Self 57 episodes • 2009–2020
Simon van Kempen as Self 59 episodes • 2008–2021
Mario Singer as Self 59 episodes • 2008–2021
Kristen Taekman as Self 48 episodes • 2014–2020
Leah McSweeney as Self 45 episodes • 2020–2021
Aviva Drescher as Self 49 episodes • 2012–2021
Avery Singer as Self 45 episodes • 2008–2021

The Real Housewives of Miami (2011) (TV Series)

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Alexia Echevarria as Self 53 episodes • 2011–2022
Marysol Patton as Self 50 episodes • 2011–2022
Lisa Hochstein as Self 49 episodes • 2012–2022
Lea Black as Self 41 episodes • 2011–2013
Joanna Krupa as Self 34 episodes • 2012–2013
Leonard Hochstein as Self 24 episodes • 2012–2022
Larsa Pippen as Self 22 episodes • 2011–2022
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Peter Rosello as Self 16 episodes • 2011–2022
Elsa Patton as Self 16 episodes • 2011–2013
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The Real Housewives of Atlanta (2008) (TV Series)

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Cynthia Bailey as Self 259 episodes • 2010–2022
NeNe Leakes as Self 230 episodes • 2008–2022
Porsha Williams as Self 209 episodes • 2012–2022
Kenya Moore as Self 197 episodes • 2012–2022
Phaedra Parks as Self 175 episodes • 2010–2022
Shereé Whitfield as Self 142 episodes • 2008–2022
Todd Tucker as Self…140 episodes • 2011–2022
Gregg Leakes as Self 121 episodes • 2008–2021
Peter A. Thomas as Self 115 episodes • 2010–2021
Marlo Hampton as Self 105 episodes • 2011–2022
Kim Zolciak-Biermann as Self 92 episodes • 2008–2021
Apollo Nida as Self 72 episodes • 2010–2021
Joyce Jones as Self 74 episodes • 2009–2021
Lauren Williams as Self 66 episodes • 2012–2021
Malorie Bailey as Self 73 episodes • 2010–2021
Shamea Morton as Self 68 episodes • 2012–2021
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Ashley Darby as Self 113 episodes • 2016–2021
Candiace Dillard as Self 88 episodes • 2018–2021
Monique Samuels as Self 93 episodes • 2017–2021
Ray Huger as Self 92 episodes • 2016–2021
Michael Darby as Self 91 episodes • 2016–2021
Chris Bassett as Self 78 episodes • 2018–2021
Chris Samuels as Self 63 episodes • 2017–2020
Juan Dixon as Self 70 episodes • 2016–2021
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Wendy Osefo as Self 46 episodes • 2020–2021
Corey Dixon as Self 47 episodes • 2016–2021
Carter Dixon as Self 45 episodes • 2016–2021
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Milani Samuels as Self 43 episodes • 2017–2020
Chris Samuels Jr. as Self 42 episodes • 2017–2020