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Galactus Actor Ralph Ineson Comments on THE FANTASTIC 4 Casting; Also did you know that he sued Disney last year?

Galactus actor Ralph Ineson broke the silence be launched as Galactus in Marvel The fantastic Four. The casting was announced yesterday and fans seemed pretty excited about Ineson taking on the menacing role.

Ineson’s voice is perfect for the evil character and I can’t wait to hear him declare, “That’s how Galactus speaks!” He’ll be tough with that sinister voice of his!

The actor has since commented on being cast in the role in

Plus, there’s something else I learned about the actor recently. He ended up suing Disney last year after being injured on the set of the Disney+ series Willow.

The lawsuit claims he suffered permanent damage to his shoulder while filming an action in which he fought a nine-foot orc called The Scourge. Ineson stepped on steps obscured by foam gravel that wasn’t raked properly due to filming deadlines.

Due to the injury he is no longer able to play parts “involving fighting and horseback riding”. She is suing Disney for £150,000 ($188,000).

I couldn’t find anything about what the outcome of the lawsuit was. I don’t know if the issue is still ongoing or if it has been resolved.

Regardless, the lawsuit didn’t stop him from being cast as Galactus The fantastic Four. He will be great in the role!

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 is directing the film, which is set in the 1960s and where the screenplay comes from Josh Friedmanwho was called upon to rewrite the script originally written by Jeff Kaplan AND Ian Springer.

by Joey Paur
Source: Geek Tyrant

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