When Disney's purchase of Fox came to fruition, many of the company's projects eventually died out or froze at a very early stage in their conception.
Perhaps one of the most talked about, especially by readers of the Fantastic Four, will be a movie based on Doctor Doom. Its director and writer, Noah Hawley, recently spoke about his plans for the film, as well as his meeting with Kevin Feige, which he had mentioned some time ago.
In conversation with Uproxx, Hawley revealed the following:
"The movie combines genres. And it's something like a Cold War parallel movie. And I really loved that movie. I was too busy to contact them and they never contacted me either.
And during my meeting with Kevin Feige, he asked me about the Doctor Doom movie, and said, 'Are you still working on it?', To which I replied, 'Should I continue working on it?'
The director also commented to the head of Marvel Studios who surely had plans to introduce the Fantastic Four into his universe, to which Feige responded with a brief smile, without confirming or denying the possibility.
Abílio Rodrigues [of Rivia] is the technology editor of IGN Portugal, a confessed music lover and PC gaming enthusiast. You can follow him on @KaikaneTR