Kristen Stewart | Twitter "I have fully been told, 'If you just like do yourself a favour, and don't go out holding your girlfriend's hand in public, you might get a Marvel movie'. That's been a conversation that's always existed.
"I've always radically rejected it. It's nice to be able to talk about that in a way that people really understand now. Instead of sounding like I'm being crazy, like, 'Don't put me in a box! Ambiguity's a cool thing!' Now, it's like, duh. Before I had to say it like it was some far out idea. Now it's more on the main stage, which is rad. I'm sure they would love to hire the gay kids to be superheroes," she said.
Stewart is promoting her film Seberg at TIFF along with co-star Anthony Mackie, who plays Falcon in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. When he asked what kind of superhero Stewart would like to play, she replied, "A gay one!". "I think she should be the gay female Falcon Captain America," Mackie added.
"Get Out." Daniel Kaluuya was given the lead role on the spot after nailing his audition. Jordan Peele said Kaluuya did about five takes of a key scene, in which his character needs to cry, and each was so perfect that the single tear came down at the exact same time for each take.