Ralph Ineson has been cast as Galactus in Marvel’s THE FANTASTIC 4

Marvel Studios has chosen the cast Ralph Ineson (Harry Potter, The Witch, The First Omen) as the main villain Galactus The fantastic Four.

I love this casting choice! This guy is a great actor and has an amazingly menacing voice that will be perfect for Galactus! This is an exciting casting choice!

The news comes immediately after the announcement John Malkovich was cast in the film. However, we don’t know who he will play against.

The rest of the cast includes Pedro Pasquale (The last of us) as Reed Richards, Vanessa Kirby (Mission: Impossible: Showdown) as Sue Storm, aka the Invisible Woman; Joseph Quinn (Stranger things) as Johnny Storm, aka the Human Torch; AND Ebon Moss-Bachrach (The Punisher, The Bear) as Ben Grimm, aka The Thing.

Paul Walter Houser he was also recently cast in the project in an unknown role, and Giulia Garner (Ozark, Inventing Anna) will take on the role of Shalla-Bal, who is an incarnation of the Silver Surfer.

WandaVision‘S Matt Shakman he is directing the film. She previously teased that this movie will be very different from anything we’ve seen in the MCU, but said, “It’s different in so many ways. I wish I could be specific.”

He added: “I wish I could say more. But we’re doing things very differently from a story perspective, from a cinematic perspective approach, which really suits the material. I wish I could say more. I’d like to, but I can’t. But I think it’s going to be unlike anything you’ve ever seen before, and certainly unlike anything you’ve ever seen before in Marvel.”

Marvel Producer Stefano Broussard he previously promised that the film will be a true celebration of the source material from the comics: “One of the founding principles of Marvel, going back to Iron Man and the casting of Tony that I think has resonated today, is to embrace the source material and these comics that have always existed.

He added: “They’re older than me, and I guess they’re older than you too. I’ve been around a while for a reason, [so we] lean on that.

The film is set in the 1960s and the script comes from there Josh Friedmanwho was called upon to rewrite the script originally written by Jeff Kaplan AND Ian Springer.

Filming of the film will begin in mid-summer in England.

Source: THR

by Joey Paur
Source: Geek Tyrant

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