Marvelous Art Casts Taylor Swift as Spider-Man Anti-Hero Black Cat

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Cats
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Over the last couple of years, several pop stars have been crossing over from the world of music to the big screen, and while some have proven to have lackluster acting careers, a select few have successfully replicated their musical triumphs including Lady Gaga, who is now considered an Oscar-winning actress.

Taylor Swift
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Not far behind is singer-songwriter Taylor Swift who is also making her presence known in Tinseltown. After starring in big-budgeted theatrical films such as Cats and most recently Amsterdam alongside Christian Bale and Margot Robbie, her fans have toyed with the idea of the hitmaker joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

In fact, for the longest time, Swifties and Marvel fans alike are convinced that the 32-year-old singer would be the perfect choice to play Dazzler in the X-Men franchise. However, while the idea of her playing the live-action version of Alison Blaire seems like a no-brainer idea, digital artist Boss Logic believes she's better suited for an anti-hero role.

Taking to his social media accounts, the Australian artist unveiled astonishing artworks imagining the "Anti-Hero" singer as several DC and Marvel characters. Aside from the notorious Spidey siren Black Cat, the artist also depicted the pop singer as other beloved anti-heroes such as Black Adam, X-23, and even Lady Deadpool. Check out the awesome artwork below:


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If you may recall, Sony Pictures was once developing a spinoff project which would have seen Black Cat and Silver Sable team up on the big screen with The Amazing Spider-Man 2 star Felicity Jones expected to return as Hardy. Unfortunately, the film was ultimately canned and as it stands, the studio has moved on to different theatrical endeavors.

Meanwhile, Tom Holland's Spider-Man 4 is currently in development.