Finn Wolfhard explains why he isn’t interested in the MCU.

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Finn Wolfhard previously hoped to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but he has revealed that this is no longer the case. In a new Vanity Fair film, Finn Wolfhard was connected up to a lie detector device, which was used to assess the honesty of his replies to a series of questions. During the conversation, Wolfhard was asked whether he wanted to be engaged with the MCU. When asked if he had indicated interest in a Marvel picture, Wolfhard said, “Yes.” In the past, yes,” implying that he no longer felt this way. Wolfhard was then asked if he requested his Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire co-star Paul Rudd to put in a good word for him at Marvel Studios, and he said, “No.”

When asked whether his lack of interest in the MCU was due to “MCU films have been mid recently,” the Stranger Things star simply said, “Yes.” Notably, the lie detector concluded that he was telling the truth on all of these questions. Wolfhard was then questioned if he felt that personally entering the MCU would help improve the quality of Marvel films, and he stated that he does not feel he had that type of ability on his own. “Do I feel I can salvage the Marvel franchise as an actor? “No,” he said.

It is unclear whether Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire will be followed by a sequel, but Wolfhard will be permanently associated with the brand after appearing in two films. Of course, the actor is not new to franchises. After becoming famous on Stranger Things, he played a major role in the It films and voiced Puggsley in the animated Addams Family movie. He most recently appeared as a guest voice in the Netflix series Scott Pilgrim Takes Off. Wolfhard will reunite with Ghostbusters: Afterlife director Jason Reitman for his next film project. He is now working on SNL 1975, a film about the events that led up to Saturday Night Live’s television launch. Wolfhard plays an NBC page in the film, which also stars Dylan O’Brien, Cory Michael Smith, Rachel Sennott, and Lamorne Morris. The film, which was co-written by Reitman and Frozen Empire director Gil Kenan, has no set release date.

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