Paul Calderon, who starred in Pulp Fiction and Bosch, has joined the cast of Dominique Thorne’s Ironheart series. According to Deadline, Paul Calderón is the newest actor to sign on for Ironheart, a future Marvel Studios television program that will be available on the Disney Plus streaming platform.
The actor’s part is yet unknown in detail. Following reports that Sacha Baron Cohen had supposedly joined the cast as none other than Mephisto, the actor is the most recent to join the ensemble of the Marvel Studios film.
Following rumors that the Disney Plus series would feature a new live-action interpretation of Mephisto, Marvel’s interpretation of the Devil, Paul Calderon was cast in Ironheart. According to reports, Sacha Baron Cohen will play Mephisto in the show.
The main character of Ironheart is smart MIT student Riri Williams, who has developed the most innovative suit of armor since Tony Stark’s, a.k.a. Iron Man. In the next film Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, which hits theatres in November, Dominique Thorne will make her acting debut as Riri.
Along with Lyric Ross, Shea Couleé, Zoe Terakes, Alden Ehrenreich, Manny Montana, Shakira Barrera, and Harper Anthony, Anthony Ramos also appears in Ironheart as The Hood in roles that are as of yet undetermined. The series is currently under production. During the Disney Investor Day presentation in 2020, the Ironheart Disney+ series was initially announced. The six-episode drama Ironheart, whose creator is Chinaka Hodge, stars Dominique Thorne as the Marvel character Riri Williams. Along with Ryan Coogler, Zinzi Coogler, Sev Ohanian, Louis D’Esposito, Victoria Alonso, Brad Winderbaum, Zoie Nagelhout, and Kevin Feige, Hodge is also executive producing the film.
Deadline reports that writer, actor, and director Calderon’s most recent appearance was in “Miguel,” one of the final episodes of NBC’s This Is Us, which concentrated on the role of Miguel Rivas. In addition, Calderon portrayed Detective Jimmy Robertson on Amazon’s Bosch for a number of seasons. Miami Vice, Boardwalk Empire on HBO, Hostages on CBS, Law & Order on NBC, and Fear the Walking Dead on AMC are a few other notable TV appearances.