Lana Condor and Tiffany Espensen, two perfect choices to embody this super-heroine!

Cindy Moon, aka Silk, will soon have her own live-action series! Sony Pictures has just announced that the superheroine will soon land on the small screen, and will be an integral part of the Sony Universe of Marvel characters, the SUMC. Well known to readers of comic books, this vigilante belongs to the Spider-Verse, that is to say, she gravitates in the same sphere as Spider-Man, Morbius and Venom, all linked to each other. Besides, she was bitten by the same radioactive spider as Peter Parker! Except that before joining him to fight crime, she spends several years locked up with Ezekiel Sims, who trains her and protects her from the villainous Morlun. Korean and American, this vigilante will be the opportunity to introduce more diversity to the screen …

Tiffany Espensen in Spider-Man: Homecoming
Tiffany Espensen in Spider-Man: Homecoming – Credit (s): Sony

The easiest and most obvious option is that Tiffany espensen is reprising her role as Cindy Moon! Yes, the young actress, whom you may have seen in the series Kirby buckets on Disney Channel, has already been present in the MCU as this superheroine since Spider-Man: Homecoming ! This is one of Peter Parker’s classmates, who even makes a cameo in Avengers: Infinity War. She is believed to have survived Thanos’ snap, and therefore to be 5 years older than Spider-Man. If the Marvel and Sony universes continue to overlap, then there is no reason why Tiffany Espensen should not play Silk again in the series dedicated to her …

Jubilee in X-Men: Apocalypse
Jubilee in X-Men: Apocalypse – Credit (s): fox

However, if not, we have another option: Lana Condor! The star of Netflix romcoms (including the most recent, Love at first sight guaranteed, is as charming as it is predictable), would be perfect in the role of Cindy Moon. Suggested by fans since the first rumors about a series devoted to Silk, the actress has something to convince in the role of this vigilante. And for good reason, she would not be at her first attempt in the field of comic book adaptations, having previously been cast to play Jubilee in X-Men: Apocalypse ! After playing Lara Jean Covey in To all the boys I’ve loved, she would return to the world of superheroes armed with a solid experience in front of the camera.

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