Anthony Ramos Joins Marvel Studios ‘Ironheart’ Disney+ Series

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Today, Deadline announced that actor Anthony Ramos has joined the cast of Marvel Studio’s upcoming series Ironheart. He is best known for his break performance on Broadway’s Hamilton, as well as last year’s In The Heights. While his character is currently unknown the report states it will be much like Jonathan Major’s introduction in Loki. Ramos was also first rumored for the lead of Werewolf By Night in October. A minor character that will have a much larger impact on the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Dominique Thorne was announced as Riri Williams back during Disney’s Investor Day 2020. She will first appear in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever as a student at MIT. Chinaka Hodge will serve as showrunner and head writer.

Ironheart has no set release date

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