American actor Evan Peters known for participating in the American Horror Story series and for his role as Quicksilver return to Marvel and will join the cast of the series WandaVision from Disney +.
Today the marvel fans They have taken incredible news, because according to Charles Murphy, the actor of Quicksilver, Evan Peters will have a role in WandaVision.
So far it is not known which character would play but it is rumored that it could be a alternative version from Quicksilver.
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According to the information that Charles detailed, Evan joined the cast a few months ago and Marvel wanted to keep him in secret until today it came to light.
It should be mentioned that much of the series is still a total mystery for everyone, but it is expected to be truly amazing.
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However, in social networks there are certain rumors They hint that it could bring back Aaron Taylor-Johnson's Quicksilver and involve several new characters, including the children of Wanda and Vision.
This without a doubt caused a stir among users in social networks, because as soon as the news was released, his name was positioned in the trends main of Twitter, because everyone is excited for their participation.
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Between the most prominent roles Peters meets Quicksilver in the movie X-Men: Days of Future Past, and his successor, Alex in Adult World; and in series like Phil of the Future and Invasion of Seth Wosmer and Jesse Varon.
Before that, Evan Peters appeared on commercial for PlayStation, Papa John's Pizza, Kellogg's, among others, which made it known in the entertainment world.
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The series is scheduled for a date of premiere in the next month of December, but it has not been confirmed lately if the date is still kept due to the delays of recordings due to the stoppage of productions due to the quarantine.