In a way, Rosario Dawson can be described as the Nick Fury of Netflix’s Marvel shows but her time for bringing these heroes might be coming to an end. She recently opened up with a comment that almost makes it look like she’s experiencing a bit of burnout from the shows. It seems more like it has to do with being away from her family than any issues with the shows themselves, although without as many juicy parts as they could be giving her that may likely lend into the decision.
It should be noted that earlier this year she did say that she would be back for ‘Daredevil’ Season 3 and ‘Iron Fist’ Season 2 but that may no longer be the case.
It sounds like the second season of ‘Luke Cage’ could be where she exits the franchise though did leave the door open for another outing, just not how you might have expected.
Here is what everyone’s favorite actress who plays Claire Temple had to say during MCM Comic Con in London this last weekend:
“Yeah, its pretty wild actually. I don’t know if I’ll be back after this, to be honest, but it’s been an amazing few years. I’ve been on a lot of different shows. I mean, I don’t know if maybe they do a third season of Luke Cage potentially, or maybe if they figure out some kind of way for me to be on The Punisher – just so I can feel like I’ve done every show. But it’s been like, my daughter is high school, so I kinda wanna’ not be 3000 miles away for work.”
As a parent myself, I get being away from your children can be stressful. While I would love to see Dawson continue in the franchise and hope ‘The Punisher’ finds a way to bring her on board, I understand why she might not come back. Maybe Netflix could give the amazingly talented Dawson a bit more to do and not just be a background character to have her stick around. We’ve loved her work so far!
Do you think that we’ll be seeing Rosario Dawson return for more Marvel shows down the line on Netflix? Has the actress overstayed her welcome or have you enjoyed seeing her grow as a character? Share your thoughts below, True Believers!
Source: Screen Geek