Expect to see a lot more of Florence Pugh after "Black Widow" hits theaters.
"There’s so many cool queer characters in the comic books, and they should have a place on screen," Thompson said.
"I’ve done seven Marvel movies now. Every producer, every director, every stunt person, every costume designer, every PA, every single person has been white."
O'Neil worked for many years at both DC and Marvel Comics.
The "Skulls for Justice" campaign offers T-shirt designs based on the vigilante's emblem, which has been co-opted by the police, to support Black Lives Matter.
The actor revealed in a recent podcast that he had panic attacks on set and, at one point, wasn't sure that acting was "the right thing for me."
A number of other Marvel projects have also been affected by the outbreak.
In a new interview, actor Haaz Sleiman shares details of the upcoming Marvel movie moment.
"If Tessa wanted to do that, I’m in," the "Thor: Love and Thunder" director said.