Doctor Doom film being grown at Fox, Noah Hawley announces

Noah Hawley forsaken a warn at Comic-Con, then ran.

At the finish of a row Thursday, the “Legion” creator announced that he’s building a film for Fox about Doctor Doom, the knave from “Fantastic Four.”

“Two words,” he said, according to the Hollywood Reporter. “Doctor Doom.”

True to his word, Hawley didn’t give any some-more sum about the project.

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Doctor Doom was introduced by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in the Marvel comics, famous best for his systematic talent and immature cloak.

The impression has spent many of his arc as a villain, but took over for Tony Stark as Iron Man in 2016 in “Civil War II.”

On screen, Doom was portrayed by Julian McMahon in the 2005 “Fantastic Four” and the 2007 “Rise of the Silver Surfer” supplement and by Toby Kebbell in the 2015 reboot.

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