Marvel star: never again MCU – a comeback would ruin everything
You should stop when it’s most beautiful. This old adage sounds stale, but it still hits the nail on the head when it comes to athletes, musicians or actor who decide at the right time to end their careers. Dave Bautista While he doesn’t want to give up his acting career, he definitely wants to retire as a superhero. He confirms this to the talk master and entertainer Jimmy Fallon opposite and gives reasons for his departure from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Departing superhero: Dave Bautista also successful outside of the MCU
that after Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 It would be over, had been certain for a long time. Dave Bautista quits after another appearance as Drax the Destroyer officially his superhero career in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. For other cast members, leaving the MCU would mean the end of the Hollywood career being. However, Dave Bautista has reason to hope that this will not be the case in his case.
the 54-year-old American has also established itself in Hollywood apart from the Avengers in recent years. For example, he acted in Blade Runner 2049 (2017) by Ridley Scott and impressed with a strong acting performance. Also in Dune (2021) he knew how to convince with an impressive performance. Dave Bautista manages to captivate film fans not only with its external appearance. His skills as an actor are now beyond any doubt.
Marvel star promises: There will be no comeback in the MCU
In Knock At The Cabin From director M. Night Shyamalan (The Sixth Sense), Dave Bautista has his biggest speaking role to date. In order to properly promote the blockbuster, which will very likely replace Avatar 2 at the top of the US cinema charts, the actor is currently toting around America’s talk shows. When he recently Guest on Jimmy Fallon was, he commented on his departure from Marvel. “It’s going to be tough, but it’s the perfect time to stop”
Dave Bautista As a former wrestler, he has experience with ending careers. In terms of wrestling, he has “a career ending like in a picture book laid down” and would never ruin it with a comeback. That’s how it should be with Drax. After Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 it’s over. “I wouldn’t go back as Drax for any money in the world. It would mess everything up and that would never be an option for me.” Before we did Dave Bautista one last time as Drax we’ll see him on the big screen Thursday 09 February 2023 at Knock At The Cabin again in German cinemas.