'Jessica Jones' star David Tennant says it would be difficult to return to the MCU

After a few years under the tutelage of the Netflixthe microcosm formed by the defenders is gradually returning to the hands of the Marvel Cinematic Universe – even more so with Daredevil (Charlie Cox) and Kingpin (Vincent D’Onofrio) returning to reprise their roles in the franchise.

Recently, speculation has indicated that Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter) would also join the MCU, leading some fans to imagine that even the villainous Kilgrave (David Tennant) could return.

However, during a panel at FAN EXPO Boston, Tennant, who also perpetuated the titular role in the beloved series ‘Doctor Who’, admitted that it would be difficult to return to the franchise, given the antagonist’s specificity. Additionally, the actor said he would love to see some of the writers behind the franchise try to involve the character in future stories in some way.

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‘Jessica Jones’ originally aired between 2015 and 2019, spanning three seasons.

Since her short life as a superhero ended tragically, Jessica Jones (Krysten Ritter) has been rebuilding his career and started to live as a private detective in Hell’s Kitchen, New York, at his own investigation agency, Alias ​​Investigations. Traumatized by previous events in her life, she suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and tries to make her superpowers go unnoticed by her clients. But, even trying to escape from the past, her private demons will come back to haunt her, in the figure of Zebediah Kilgrave (Tennant), an obsessive villain who will do anything to get Jessica’s attention.

Erin Moriarty, rachael taylor, Mike Colter, Colby Minifie, Carrie-Anne Moss and others were also part of the cast.

The series is available on Disney+.

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