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THE FANTASTIC 4 Actor Paul Walter Hauser teases the mysterious character he plays

Paolo Walter Hauser has lined up a bunch of big movie projects in the last month, and one of them is Marvel Studios The fantastic Four.

We have no idea who he’ll play in the film, but in a recent interview with ScreenRant, he teased the characters by revealing that it’s an established character from comic book lore.

When asked to confirm his involvement in the film, Hauser said: “I know what this question leads to, which is the answer to what character I will have to play.”

He continued: “So all I can say is that I, in some iteration, am in the movie The fantastic Four until I get fired or recast. So I can’t say anything about the character I play, but I know it fits into the lexicon and mythology of the Fantastic Four stories.”

He added: “And it’s a very particular character that I’m excited to play and I’m outlining what I’m doing at the moment. But I’ve always wanted to be part of a cinematic universe.

“I spent a long time trying to campaign to play the Penguin in Matt Reeves’ film, and that obviously went to Colin Farrell who did a masterful job and it was totally different to what I was trying to do.

“So I really appreciate that Marvel gave me the time of the day and gave me a role in some way that allows me to be part of that family. I’m really excited to participate.”

It will be interesting to see who Hauser ends up playing in the film. It sounds like he’s excited about it and will have fun bringing the character to life.

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.

Ralph Ineson (Harry Potter, The Witch, The First Omen) plays the main villain Galactus and Giulia Garner (Ozark, Inventing Anna) will take on the role of Shalla-Bal, who is an incarnation of the Silver Surfer.

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.

by Joey Paur
Source: Geek Tyrant

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