Zoe Terakes Joins the Cast of Marvel’s ‘Ironheart’
Zoe Terakes (Nine Complete Strangers) will join the cast of the next Marvel series Stone heart, according to the deadline. Details on Terakes’ role in the upcoming series are currently unclear.
Stone heart, which Disney+ officially announced will be released in fall 2023 at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, will be Dominique Thorne (Judas and the Black Messiah), Anthony Ramos (In the Heights), Manny Montana (good girls), Alden Ehrenreich (Solo: A Star Wars Story), and Shea Coulee (Delicacy), as Deadline notes. Production on the next Marvel series has already begun.
Terakes, who is transgender and non-binary, will be another member of the LGBTQ+ community to star in a Marvel movie or TV show. Before Terakes, the Marvel Movie Eternals with Brian Tyree Henry (Atlanta) like Phastos and Lauren Ridloff (The Walking Dead) as Makkari, marking the first two members of the LGBTQ+ community to star as superheroes in a Marvel movie or show. After those, Xochitl Gomez (crow’s house) played America Chavez in Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness.
Terakes have made a name for themselves since the start of their career in 2017, where they made their debut by appearing in several episodes of the Australian drama series. Janet King. They have made several appearances in a number of different short films while also appearing in TV shows such as The end, Wentworth, The Butterfly Effect, and Nine Perfect Strangers, in which they starred alongside Nicole Kidman (Big little lies).
Stone heart will be directed by Samantha Bailey (Dear Whites) and Angela Barnes (Teenage Bounty Hunters), while Kevin Feige (Avengers: Endgame), Louis d’Esposito (Iron Man), Victoria Alonso (Thor: Love and Thunder), Brad Winderbaum (Thor: Ragnarok), Zoie Nagelhout (Black Panther), Chinaka Hodge (Snowdrop), Zinzi Coogler (Creed), and Sev Ohanian (Research) will serve as executive producers for the show. Hodge will also serve as editor.