Amazing four fan art thoughts Pedro Pascal in the role of Doctor Doom

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BossLogic fan art portrays Pedro Pascal as the FF’s archenemy, Doctor Doom, despite recent claims that the actor was given the part of Reed Richards/Mister Fantastic for Marvel Studios’ Fantastic Four revival. In the image, which BossLogic posted on social media, Pascal is seen carrying Doctor Doom’s mask while clad as the Lord of Latveria. The image is made even more unsettling by the fact that Pascal’s face is covered in scars and that he is staring at the spectator with a blazing green eye. “But what if Pedro Pascal is actually playing Doctor Doom ?” Just kidding, BossLogic said in the description. “Maybe the rumours got it mixed up…”

“I think I love the space race, Kennedy-era optimism of the Fantastic Four’s world,” director Matt Shakman said in reference to the movie itself when asked what sets the Fantastic Four apart from other teams. The notion that we are capable of solving every issue we face and that, with the correct technology, heart, and intellect, we can overcome any obstacle. It’s not the same. It’s distinct in several aspects as they truly are a family. Unlike the X-Men or the Avengers, who are a family you meet along the road, the Fantastic Four are a real family with all the dysfunction that comes with it. With all of that’s complexity, grief, and love.”

In addition, Shakman disclosed that the revival was impacted by his experience working on It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. He claimed to have “learned so much from working on It’s Always Sunny over the years” and that the show’s cast contributed “a unique combination of playfulness and precision,” qualities he believes are essential to any successful endeavour. Shakman said, “You have to be rigorous about what you’re doing, and comedy is even more rigorous than anything else. You have to be a kid in the sandbox, playing and inventing.” “It’s frequently far harder to make something precisely humorous than it is to make something extremely complex using special effects. Thus, accuracy and fun.” Furthermore, Marvel Studios President and CCO Kevin Feige said in 2022 that the reboot won’t repeat the FF’s origin narrative, despite the lack of storyline specifics. Many people are familiar with the story’s inception and essentials, Feige observed at the time, adding, “We’ve set a very high bar for ourselves with bringing that to the screen.”

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