Star Wars Actress Moses Ingram Begins Campaigning for MCU Role

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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.

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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+.