‘Legion’ Showrunner Noah Hawley Developing Doctor Doom Movie At Fox

Doctor Doom

In what could be this Comic-Con’s biggest shocker, Legion showrunner Noah Hawley has announced that he’s developing a Doctor Doom movie based at 20th Century Fox.

Hawley broke the news at the end of Legion‘s panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego today by saying the following:

“I’ll just say two words. The first one is Doctor and the next one is Doom.”

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Hawley is currently writing the script for the project and is hoping to direct it. THR adds that Seth Grahame-Smith is rumored to be working on another Fantastic Four spin-off featuring the son of Mr. Fantastic and Invisible Girl, Franklin Richards.

Victor von Doom, a.k.a. Doctor Doom is a classic Fantastic Four villain who was played by Julian McMahon in the 2004 adaptation of the Marvel comic book property and later by Toby Kebbell in the 2015 Josh Trank-directed reboot.

No further details on the two potential Fantastic Four spin-offs are known for the time being, so stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood for more as we learn it.

Source: THR

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Michael Bezanidis

Michael Bezanidis

Michael is the Managing Editor of Heroic Hollywood. When he's not playing video games, he's usually writing about film and television.