Katheryn Winnick has been a very busy woman in the past year, working on Vikings Season 5 as well as The Dark Tower. Now it looks like the hardworking actress has a new project in the future. Has Winnick just hinted on her possible casting as Black Canary in an upcoming DC Extended Universe flick?
It’s no secret that Katheryn Winnick is interested in taking on the role of Dinah Lance. The Vikings Season 5 star has been sharing awesome fan art depicting Winnick as Black Canary on her own Instagram account.
So is it possible that DCEU has reached out to Katheryn Winnick to play the comic book character? The star of The Dark Tower has just admitted she received “great news” and is eager to share the details with her fans. Does Winnick’s latest Instagram post tease on the possibility that she will be announced as Black Canary later this month?
Fans are already hoping Katheryn Winnick will share the good news pretty soon. After all, the Dark Tower star is already set to join the Vikings Season 5 panel at the San Diego Comic-Con. There is a possibility that Winnick will make an announcement at the event and might even join the Warner Bros. presentation where she could finally get introduced as Black Canary.
It would certainly be exciting if Katheryn Winnick is confirmed as Black Canary in a DCEU movie but the actress might be referring to something completely different. There are speculations that she has finally been informed about the Vikings Season 5 air date or has been cast in a new project.
People have been waiting for History to finally announce the Vikings Season 5 air date for a long time. Although the series was expected to premiere this summer, there have been reports that the fifth season will be moved back to air later this year.
There have been speculations that Katheryn Winnick has teased on the Vikings Season 5 air date in a previous Instagram post. However, it is also possible that the actress might be hinting on major developments in her character Lagertha’s ongoing storyline. Hopefully, there will be big news about the History show at SDCC.
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