The Fantastic Four: John Malkovich in the cast + Ralph Ineson is Galactus!

[Mise à jour : Pendant plusieurs mois, les sites-rumeurs ont fait miroiter Javier Bardem et Antonio Banderas, mais ce sera finalement… Ralph Ineson (The Creator, The Witch) ! L’acteur britannique – notamment connu pour ses rôles d’Amycus Carrow dans la saga Harry Potter et Dagmer Cleftjaw dans la série Game of Thrones – jouera donc Galactus, le (très) grand méchant du film The Fantastic Four. Vivement les premiers fan arts pour voir à quoi il ressemblera en dévoreur de planètes. Mais le plus important sera sans doute sa voix, que je vous laisse découvrir ci-dessous (oui, il était aussi le Chevalier Vert de The Green Knight)…]

Even in this day and age of sites that launch 1001 rumors per day, it is still possible to be surprised… So, Deadline tells us this evening that John Malkovich (Burn After Reading, Dangerous relationships) joined the cast of The Fantastic Four in an unknown role. After Jonah Hex And Red for DC Comics, this will therefore be the famous American actor’s first foray into a Marvel production… even if it should be remembered that he was to play the Vulture in the Spider-Man 4 by Sam Raimi. What character will he play in the MCU? Franklin Storm, the father of Susan and Johnny Storm? Willie Lumpkin, the postman from the Baxter Building? To your theories!

[Synopsis extrait des comics] Reed Richards, Johnny Storm, Sue Storm and Benjamin “Ben” Grimm, four friends and adventurers, fly into space aboard an experimental rocket. During this mission, they are exposed to strong cosmic radiation and find themselves endowed with fabulous powers that make them… the Fantastic Four!

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The Fantastic Four is made by Matt Shakman and is released in France on July 23, 2025, with Pedro Pascal (Reed Richards/Mr Fantastic), Vanessa Kirby (Sue Storm/the Invisible Woman), Ebon Moss-Bachrach (Ben Grimm/the Thing), Joseph Quinn (Johnny Storm/the Human Torch), Julia Garner (Shalla-Bal/the Silver Surfer) and Paul Walter Hauser.

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