Miles Teller has revealed he is willing to join Marvel or DC universes and does appreciate their respective fanbases.

The 35-year-old actor made the revelation in an interview with Comicbook that came out Monday. During the conversation, he was asked about fans' casting theories on social media, where they are apparently urging him to join Marvel or DC universes as Nova or Green Lantern, respectively.

"I haven't heard any of those rumblings yet but I'm sure if they get loud enough, then I will hear," Teller told the outlet in response. "Yeah, for sure [I'd be down]. I love the fanbase."

The actor then talked about his love for superhero movies and their fanbases. He also praised the studios for taking these characters "seriously."

"I love the Marvel and DC fanbases and I love those movies as an audience member and it seems they've taken these characters more and more seriously because the fans deserve it," he said. "There's nothing cheap about those characters and if the right thing came along I'd be open to it for sure."

Portraying a superhero is not new to Teller since he played Reed Richards in 2015's "Fantastic Four." It was the same character John Krasinski gave life to in the newly dropped Marvel movie "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness."

Multiple reports said "Fantastic Four" flopped, losing $60 million. Two years after the film's release, the actor spoke up, blaming its failure on the script.

"I think it was Clooney who said you can make a bad movie out of a good script, you can't make a good movie out of a bad script, and that's very true," he said on "Happy Sad Confused" podcast in 2017.

Teller was recently seen in the action-packed movie "Top Gun: Maverick," which hit the theaters on May 24. Interestingly, the actor opened up about his near-death experience amid working on the film.

"I definitely had a moment where I thought I was going to die," Teller said. "There was a sequence where we were heading straight towards the ground and you do what’s called a max G pull-up."

"You're heading down and at the last second you yank up, and it's really tough for the pilot," he explained. "It's something they train in all the time, but it was the first time we'd done a maneuver like that and I completely stopped acting."

"I looked at the ground, and thought this wasn’t going to end well for me," he added.

The actor will be seen in movies like "Spiderhead," "The Fence" and "Not Without Hope."

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Actor Miles Teller took his girlfriend Keleigh Sperry on a date following his arrest. Pictured: The “Whiplash” actor attending GBK Pre-OSCAR Luxury Lounge in Beverly Hills, California on Feb. 25, 2017. Getty Images/Jerod Harris