‘Iron Heart’: ‘Westworld’ Star Joins New Disney+ Series

according to deadline, Manny Montanaknown for his work on the lauded and adored sci-fi ‘Westworld’was cast in the new series of Disney+, ‘Iron heart’.

Unfortunately, details about her role have not been revealed.

On social media, Montana celebrated the lineup, writing: “Man, it was hard to keep this a secret! Thanks to everyone who helped make this happen. I can’t wait for you to see this incredible cast and what our writers and directors have created.”

Harper Anthony and Anthony Ramos are also part of the cast.

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Ryan Coogler will executive produce and oversee the series alongside his wife, Zinzi.

Sam Baily (‘Dear White People’) and Angela Barnes (‘Blind Spot’) will be responsible for directing the episodes of show.

Previously, the website The Illuminerdi had announced that the son of Obadiah Stane will be the main villain of the narrative.

For those who don’t remember, Stane was played by Jeff Bridges in ‘Iron Man‘ (2008), being the first villain of the MCU.

Stane’s son is described as a character in his 40s, with a brilliant mind and a comedic sense of humor, but who is not what he seems and has many secrets to hide.

In the comics, Obadiah’s best-known son is Ezekiel ‘Zeke’ Stane, who made his first appearance in the arc. ‘The Order‘ as an opponent of Tony Stark.

Matt Fraction (‘Hawkeye’), the character’s creator describes him as “a businessman and a kind of ideological terrorist, who has absolutely no allegiance to any kind of law, creed or faction. He doesn’t want to defeat Tony Stark, he wants to make him obsolete.”

He adds:

“Windows wants to be on every computer in the world, but Linux and Stane want to destroy computers. He is open source for Stark’s closed source oppression. He has no headquarters, no base, no bank account. It is a true computer virus, completely off-network, flexible and mobile. Stane is an evolved futurist much smarter, more agile and attuned.”

A few months ago, a Twitter user had access to Production Weekly and revealed that the recordings of the series will start only at the end april of this yearin Chicago, Illinois, USA.

In addition, the publication brings a small synopsis of the attraction, saying the following:

“Inspired by Tony Stark, genius Riri Williams decides to create her own armor to fight for good. This super smart girl works hard and will bring a lot of humanity to her role as the superhero Ironheart.”

For those who don’t know her, Riri first appeared in 2016, in the comic book series written by Eve Ewing.

As soon as Tony Stark was left in a coma after Civil War II, the world needed a new Iron Man, and the 15-year-old prodigy created his own armor, which impressed Stark to the point where he created an artificial intelligence of himself. even to help you.

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