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Who Is The Woman In The T-Mobile iPhone 15 Commercial & Where Have Marvel Fans Seen Her Before?

While Zoe Saldana’s T-Mobile commercial appearance will likely have fans reminiscing about her iconic MCU role as Gamora, it’s far from her only major franchise part. The end of the 2000s saw the performer make a splash with two massive blockbusters. 

She first played Nyota Uhura in the 2009 J.J. Abrams-directed Star Trek reboot, an iconic role portrayed by the late Nichelle Nichols in the earliest Star Trek media. Saladana reprised the part of the Starfleet officer-turned-lieutenant in 2013’s “Star Trek Into Darkness” and 2016’s “Star Trek Beyond.” She also voiced Uhura for the character’s subsequent video game appearances. 

2009 would also see Saldana establish herself as a box office force to be reckoned with in James Cameron’s “Avatar.” In the original installment and its 2022 follow-up, “Avatar: The Way of Water,” she portrays the fiery Na’vi warrior Neytiri, who intensely defends her home and people. Each film grossed over $2 billion at the worldwide box office, which, combined with the massive amount brought in by Saldana’s MCU entries, has helped her become the second-highest-grossing lead actress of all time, behind only fellow MCU alum Scarlett Johansson. Along with these memorable roles, Saldana has also starred in other fan-favorite flicks such as “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl,” “The Terminal,” and “The Book of Life.” 

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