Steven Yeun's Thunderbolts role was reported in February, but never confirmed by Marvel. Other stars like Florence Pugh and Wyatt Russell were announced earlier at D23.

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Thunderbolts faced setbacks due to last year's writers' and actors' strikes, postponing its release from July 2024 to July 2025 without filming commencing yet.

Director Jake Schreier is helming Thunderbolts, rumored to feature a squad of Marvel's antiheroes and villains.

Yeun, known for Invincible's voice role, gained fame from The Walking Dead. He's a Golden Globe nominee for Netflix's Beef and vying for an Emmy.

As an executive producer of Beef, Yeun shares an Emmy nomination. He's set to appear in Bong Joon Ho's Mickey 17 and the Sundance film Love Me alongside Kristen Stewart.

Yeun's reputation soared through The Walking Dead and Netflix's Beef, garnering Golden Globe and potential Emmy recognition.

Apart from his acclaimed roles, Yeun fronts Amazon's Invincible, bringing depth to another comic book adaptation.

Thunderbolts' delay, triggered by industry strikes, pushed its premiere from 2024 to 2025, yet production remains pending.

While not joining Thunderbolts, Yeun continues a streak of diverse projects, starring in Bong Joon Ho's Mickey 17 and the Sundance film Love Me

From his iconic roles to upcoming projects, Yeun's career evolution showcases his versatility and enduring presence in the entertainment landscape.