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Sydney Sweeney May Have Joined The MCU (But Not How You Think)

In the current MCU, one guy who is having a really tough time is Peter Parker, aka Spider-Man (Tom Holland). After losing his Aunt May (Marisa Tomei) in “Spider-Man: No Way Home” and being forced to make everyone forget his civilian identity, the web-slinger has found himself more alone than ever. A great way to change that (and make things in his life a little more complicated) is to bring Felicia Hardy, aka Black Cat, into the mix as either an ally, an enemy, or even a mix of both. Simply put, Sweeney would be an ideal fit for this character.

In the comics, Hardy (co-created by Marv Wolfman, Dave Cockrum, and Keith Pollard) debuted as an adversary of Spidey’s in “Amazing Spider-Man” #194. Over time, the bad luck-generating thief has had an on-off relationship with the wall-crawler, one that eventually leads her to become a hero herself. Adding this character to whatever plans are in place for “Spider-Man 4” would be an interesting Spider-Verse update.

The idea of Sweeney as Black Cat is made even more appealing since it’s expected her “Euphoria” co-star, Zendaya, will reprise her role as Mary Jane. MJ will have no idea that she was once in a relationship with the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man, so seeing Peter navigate that aspect of his life while fending off Black Cat’s advances would be enormously fun for audiences to watch, especially with an actor as charismatic as Sweeney in the black-and-white spandex. However, the fourth Spidey flick is still without a director, despite theories spinning around the rumor mill. For now, we’ll have to wait to see if Black Cat — or any other Marvel character — crosses Sydney Sweeney’s career path.

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