Newly posted casting calls led to speculation that Disney is developing an MCU musical. In recent years, Disney and Marvel Studios have taken steps to bring the Marvel Cinematic Universe into that of its fans, ranging from the opening of two Avengers Campuses at the Disney Parks to the real-life publication of Ant-Man’s biography from Quantumania Busch Beer Hawaiian Shirt Now, new evidence suggested Disney and Marvel are working on bringing another element of the MCU into the timeline of its audience. Disney recently posted a casting call for a new limited-run musical at The Hyperion Theater at Disneyland Resort’s Disney California Adventure park.While Disney hasn’t revealed the name of the show, certain details and descriptions have fans believing it’s a full-length version of Rogers: The Musical from Hawkeye.Rogers: The Musical is an in-universe Broadway musical based on Steve Rogers’s life and which Clint Barton takes his kids to see in his Disney+ series.While one musical number is shown in the show (and its post-credit scene), ads and billboards for the Hamilton-esque production have been seen in other MCU projects, including Spider-Man: No Way Home and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.So are Marvel Studios and Disney looking to continue the tradition in this universe? Here’s a breakdown of the information Disney provided and why many fans think so.
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According to the casting call, Disney is looking to fill five roles for this limited-time show Busch Beer Hawaiian Shirt The first, which was simply labeled as Role #1, is asking for three female characters with the ability “to sing in many styles from Destiny’s Child to Andrew Sisters.” Not only does this suggest the show will highlight time-period leaps, but the reference to the Andrew Sisters is particularly telling as they were a 1940s-era trio known as “The Sweethearts of the Armed Forces.” This sounds like the perfect fit for a retelling of Captain America’s famous USO shows. Role #2 on the casting call is for a “mid 20’s to early 30’s” female role and describes the character as “brave, resourceful and intelligent” and “must have a strong English accent.”Brave, resourceful, intelligent, and a required “strong English accent?” Sounds a lot like Hayley Atwell’s Peggy Carter, no? The description for Role #3 is a “young man coming into his greatness” who’s aged around “17 to 20” years.While this one is a bit more ambiguous, it could be Skinny Steve from the first act of Captain America: The First Avenger.For Role #4, Disney is looking to cast a male character who’s “decisive, capable, principled and has a wry sense of humor” and who “leads others with attitude and swagger.” Naturally, the leading fan theory for this role is Iron Man’s Tony Stark. However, it could easily fit Tony’s father, Howard Stark, from the 2011 film. Role #5, which is the last role Disney currently has posted, is for a male character who’s “noble, loyal, idealistic, and romantic do-gooder.”If that wasn’t enough to suggest this is Steve Rogers, the description also notes that he “does not give up easily.” For Marvel fans, that pretty much screams Cap’s mantra – the Rogers: The Musical lyric – of “I can do this all day.”
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