The actor Toby Kebbell spoke about his role as Doctor Doom, the villain of the resumption of ‘The Fantastic Four’. He clarifies that his role will be that of an antisocial programmer who shuns human contact. The new Victor Domashev therefore changes from the latest film releases.
Toby Kebbell is the new Doctor Doom of the movie ‘The Fantastic Four’ of Marvel. One of the licenses remained “dormant” outside the direct control of the studio owned by Disney. Within the reboot will offer interesting changes regarding the latest versions of the villain per excellence.
Kebbell says that another element of most relevance to his performance was the voice of the character. “I concentrated very much in that aspect. From an early age he was one of those who had a great interest to me, the way in which the villain is expressed, but all adapting to the current version, much changed in some respects”.
He also wanted to clarify that it will now be a programmer completely antisocial, cold and calculating. This is another very different point from the previous version (where Chris Evans played Johnny Storm).
The villain of ‘Fantastic Four’ also has good words for the filmmaker responsible for the direction, Josh Trank. “It has a very fresh and original point of view. Capable of maintaining the essence of the classic as well as raise the tone to give the fans everything they expect from a film like this”. There is no doubt that the intention of Trank is distance significantly everything his film of the previous two films.
Remembered to say “little darling” by the fans, and investigators. The new cast is headed by Kate Mara as Invisible woman/ Sue Storm, Michael B. Jordan as Johnny Storm, Jamie Bell as Ben Grimm/The Thing, Miles Teller as Reed Richards, Tim Blake Nelson as Harvey Elder and Toby Kebbell as Doctor Doom.