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‘Fantastic Four’ Reboot Star Toby Kebbell Reveals Dr. Doom, Angry Internet Commenter

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We haven't known much at all about Fox's 'Fantastic Four' reboot: the studio opted not to bring the film to Comic-Con this year, so we've really only been able to speculate based on the casting, which has skewed young and a little subversive. But Toby Kebbell, who plays villain Dr. Doom in the upcoming film, has just revealed some details about his role in the film, revealing a pretty major change from the character fans are familiar with.

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Introducing Dr. Franklin Storm: Reg E. Cathey Joins Cast of ‘Fantastic Four’ Movie Reboot

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The latest actor to join the cast of Fox's movie reboot of the Fantastic Four should inspire some speculation about what shape the movie will take. It may also inspire some racist message board meltdowns, because people are terrible.

Actor Reg E. Cathey has been cast as Dr. Franklin Storm, father of Fantastic Four members Sue and Johnny. The elder Storm is not a fixture of most FF stories, but he played a key role in the team's formation in the Ultimate Universe, so his inclusion in the movie underlines the idea that the movie is strongly based on that vision of the characters. It also implies that family elements will be very much to the fore.

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Link Ink: More Live Action ‘TMNT’ Footage, Movie Mole Man And The ‘Sex Criminals’ Rap

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Kick off the month of May with today's links.

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‘Fantastic Four’ Film Casting: Michael B. Jordan In Talks To Play The Human Torch, Dr. Doom Could Possibly Be A Woman

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Actor Michael B. Jordan, perhaps best known for his roles as Wallace on The Wire and his critically lauded leading role in last year's Fruitvale Station, is reported to be in talks to play the Human Torch in Fox's upcoming Fantastic Four film. Further, it's rumored that whoever is eventually cast to play Dr. Doom could possibly be a woman.

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Watch The Trailer For ‘Doomed,’ The Documentary About Roger Corman’s Ill-Fated 1994 Fantastic Four Movie [Video]

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If you've been to a comic book convention sometime in the past two decades, odds are pretty good that you've seen a grainy bootleg copy of Roger Corman's 1994 Fantastic Four movie up for sale. It's a staple of cons, largely because that's the only place you can get it -- the movie was never actually released in any format (aside from the odd YouTube upload), and remains that way to this day, even when Marvel movies are raking in the cash, which begs the question of why?

Convention wisdom is that they canned it because it's not very good, but let's be honest here: If you've ever seen that 1992 Captain America movie, you already know that's never stopped anybody before. Now, there's finally something that's set to answer the question: Doomed, a full-length documentary examining Corman's Fantastic Four and why it never actually made it to the screens.

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Link Ink: Miracleman’s Name, ‘Apocalypse Nerd’ Teaser, And The ‘Fantastic Four’ Movie Delayed

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Thursday's links are here to comfort you right after the jump.

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Link Ink: Alternate ‘Fantastic Four’ Movie Looks, Lazer Lips And Glass Helmets, And Strong Webs

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Movies: If you thought the 2005 Fantastic Four film was a departure from its Marvel Comics source material, wait until you see the unused concept art for Dr. Doom and the Thing by Constantine Sekeris.

Art Shows: "Lazer Lips and

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