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Taylor Swift’s Potential MCU Role Mirrors a 1940s Wolverine Character

Key Points:

  • Taylor Swift is rumored to play the Blonde Phantom in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).
  • In the 1940s, the Blonde Phantom was a surprisingly popular character, appearing in multiple Timely Comics titles simultaneously.
  • Marvel Studios has shown interest in the character for over a decade, making Swift’s potential casting a logical choice.

Taylor Swift’s rumored role as the Blonde Phantom in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has sparked interest among fans and comic book enthusiasts alike. The character’s unexpected popularity in the 1940s mirrors a trend that Marvel embraced with its most famous superheroes, akin to Wolverine’s ubiquitous presence across multiple titles in the 1990s.

Who Was the Blonde Phantom in the 1940s?

Blonde Phantom
Blonde Phantom

The Blonde Phantom, created by Albert “Al” Sulman for Timely Comics (now Marvel Comics), made her debut in September 1946’s All-Select Comics #11. Originally introduced as the secret identity of Louise Grant, a secretary who aided detective Mark Mason, the character quickly gained popularity, prompting Timely to rename the series “Blonde Phantom Comics” just an issue later.

As her solo title continued, the Blonde Phantom’s success led to her appearing in various other Timely Comics titles, including Marvel Mystery Comics, Sub-Mariner Comics, Blackstone the Magician, and the relaunched All-Winners Comics. At her peak, the Blonde Phantom was featured in an astonishing seven different comic book titles simultaneously, a rare feat for a new character at the time.

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Marvel Studios’ Long-Standing Interest in the Blonde Phantom and Taylor Swift’s Involvement

TAYLOR SWIFT _ THE ERAS TOUR
TAYLOR SWIFT _ THE ERAS TOUR

The Blonde Phantom’s potential comeback in the MCU is not a recent development for Marvel Studios. As revealed in “The Story of Marvel Studios: The Making of the Marvel Cinematic Universe,” Scarlett Johansson expressed interest in playing the character when she initially met with the studio to discuss the role of Black Widow in Iron Man 2.

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Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel Studios, has shown a longstanding interest in the Blonde Phantom for over a decade, exploring the role with different actors. The rumors of Taylor Swift’s potential casting align with the studio’s past curiosity about the character, and her previous experience in period pieces like the 2022 film “Amsterdam” could bode well for her portrayal of the 1940s heroine.

While no official release date or streaming platform has been announced for a potential Blonde Phantom project.

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