Moses Ingram turned a lot of heads with her performance as Third Sister Reva in the Star Wars spinoff series Obi-Wan Kenobi and while things may have started quite rocky for the up-and-coming star after she fell victim to racially motivated attacks from fans, there's no denying that great things are coming for her budding acting career.
Now, we've yet to confirm if Lucasfilm has already greenlit Obi-Wan Kenobi's second season but Moses' avid supporters are ready to see more of the actress. Many of them believe that she'd be a good fit for the Marvel Cinematic Universe and seeing as Disney owns both properties, Ingram would have no problem crossing over from a galaxy far, far away to Earth-616.
Admittedly, the 28-year-old actress is interested in potentially joining the MCU but according to her, no offer has been put on her table. Making an appearance at the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo's Star Wars Inquisitors panel (via ScreenRant), Ingram said: "This actually seems like the perfect time to make an announcement—tell Marvel to give me a job!"
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It's worth noting that Ingram is in fact reportedly MCU-bound so she's probably just playing coy about her involvement in the billion-dollar franchise. At this point, I think it's only a matter of "when" more than "if". Personally speaking, I believe she'd be a great addition to the growing Marvel family.
Meanwhile, all episodes of Obi-Wan Kenobi are available for streaming on Disney+.