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‘Harry Potter’ and ‘The Office’ star cast as villain in Marvel’s ‘The Fantastic Four’

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The Office and Harry Potter – has been cast as a villain in Marvel‘s The Fantastic Four.The 54-year-old Leeds-born actor will star alongside the likes of The Last of Us’ Pedro Pascal as Reed Richards (aka Mr Fantastic), The Bear’s Ebon Moss-Bachrach as Ben Grimm (aka The Thing), Vanessa Kirby as Sue Storm (aka The Invisible Woman) and Joseph Quinn (Stranger Things) as Johnny Storm (aka The Human Torch).Ozark’s Julia Garner will play the Silver Surfer, while John Malkovich has also joined the film in an undisclosed role.Matt Shakman, who helmed the Marvel series WandaVision for Disney+ and Monarch: Legacy Of Monsters for Apple TV+, is set to direct the upcoming Fantastic Four film.Ineson first rose to fame for his role as Chris Finch in the UK sitcom The Office.

He also landed a role in Harry Potter films, portraying the dark wizard Amycus Carrow and in Game Of Thrones as the warrior Dagmer Cleftjaw.Happy Valentine’s Day from Marvel’s First Family!

Pedro Pascal, Vanessa Kirby, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, and Joseph Quinn are The Fantastic Four.Marvel Studios' #TheFantasticFour, in theaters July 25, 2025.— Marvel Studios (@MarvelStudios) February 14, 2024The actor will take on the role of Galactus which will be the film’s primary antagonist (per The Hollywood Reporter).

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