Giancarlo Esposito of “The Mandalorian” Will Join Marvel as “Doctor Doom”?

For a while, fans of comic book movies have been looking forward to seeing Giancarlo Esposito in the MCU. We can now say that the movement started with his superb performance as the bad guy Moff Gideon in The Mandalorian.

Giancarlo Esposito has become a fan favorite for casting in the last three years, and many people think he could be a good hero or villain in the MCU. As for the roles, he could play, fans have talked about characters like Professor Charles Xavier and even Magneto for a couple of years.

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A new rumor says that Marvel Studios and Giancarlo Esposito are talking about him finally joining the billion-dollar franchise. The Marvel insider @CanWeGetToast says Giancarlo has met with the studio “to talk about a couple of roles.” The sources say that he might play Doctor Doom in the future.

Even though a new Fantastic Four movie was announced in 2019. Marvel didn’t say anything about it until the recent San Diego Comic-Con 2022.  And come out on November 8, 2024. Doctor Doom and the Fantastic Four go back a long way. And if the rumors are true, he could be the next bad guy in the MCU.

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Fans were excited when Giancarlo Esposito was chosen for the role, but they were also apprehensive about the character. The most important question is whether the MCU will keep Doctor Doom’s Romani background or change the direction.

The Romani Heritage is an essential part of Doctor Doom’s story. The wrongs he faced there are a big part of what makes him who he is. And Esposito is a Danish-Black actor. So fans want to know if Marvel is going to change his origin or not. You can also read: Does Sam in Keep Breathing sell drugs?

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