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Edgar Ramirez Teases Potential Role in DOCTOR STRANGE

June 25, 2014
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While doing press for Scott Derrickson's "Deliver Us From Evil", actor Edgar Ramirez told IGN that he has been in talks about a potential role in the upcoming film "Doctor Strange".

It's been reported that Benedict Cumberbatch, Jared Leto and Tom Hardy are on Marvel's wish list for the Sorcerer Supreme, so Ramirez is most likely up for a supporting role.

Ramirez's credits include such films as "Zero Dark Thirty", "The Bourne Ultimatum" and "Domino". While he isn't a huge star just yet, he definitely has talent and a Marvel film could be just what he needs to take him to the next level.

Since Comic Con is right around the corner, hopefully we will hear about casting for this one soon. It seems like a wasted opportunity to not even tease it at the mecca for all fanboys. Especially an obscure and lesser-known property like this.

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