This Marvel Movie Star Auditioned For Star Wars: The Force Awakens FOUR Times — But Didn’t Make The Cut!

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Oh, what could have been!

Back before production began on Star Wars: The Force Awakens, it seemed EVERY actor in the world wanted to join the cast — and for good reason!

The sci-fi sequel has destroyed records at the box office and become one of the most successful movies of all time!

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Well now we’ve learned that one actor who successfully landed a pretty big role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe auditioned FOUR times for an unknown role in The Force Awakens!

A passionate fan of Sebastian Stan‘s took to Instagram to show the comparison between Mark Hamill and Stan — prompting the Captain America: Civil War star to confirm his auditions, saying:

sooo.. this stuff gets around a lot and I’m??? I can’t even explain it. I spent years supporting him, damn you should’ve seen me last year when philly con happened. Couldn’t believe that someone could be SO good to people. So, I still can’t believe it happened. He came out of nowhere and really made my day, so everytime I’m mad now.. I just can look at this and think about how one of the people who really made me change my life actually paid attention to me for a minute, to answer somethig that also means a lot to me. I will always support him, and hope that one day people are finally going to see how much potential he has. I mean, we already have him as bucky. Just give him some time and he’ll go bigger than he already does, seriously ├░┼╕Γäó┬Å├░┼╕┬Å┬╗ #sebastianstan #starwars (@imsebastianstan)A photo posted by ├ó┬áΓé¼├ó┬áΓé¼├ó┬áΓé¼├ó┬áΓé¼I am being torn apart (@kyloreys) on Jan 13, 2016 at 11:52am PST

While we absolutely LOVED Adam Driver, John Boyega, and Oscar Isaac, we definitely could have seen the Winter Soldier joining the Star Wars universe! Maybe as a storm trooper…

Do you think the 33-year-old actor has a chance of traveling to a galaxy far far away in the future?!

Jan 14, 2016 3:27pm PDT

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