Details on Noah Hawley’s ‘Doctor Doom’ Revealed

As we approach Disney owning Fox next week, a lot of questions will rise about the Fox projects that were in development. Some could likely fit very well in with the MCU, and one of those seems to be Noah Hawley’s in-limbo Doctor Doom movie.

The Hollywood Reporter has details on what the movie would be about, and it sounds like something that wouldn’t be too hard to fit into the MCU as it already exists:

It begins with Doom putting a dome over Latveria, the fictional European country he rules. He later invites a female journalist to be his voice to the world, meaning its protagonist would be someone without superpowers.

The article also says that Kevin Feige asked Hawley if he was still working on the script, but there’s no specifics if anything came from that. But it sounds like Feige may have been interested in the idea of introducing the greatest Marvel villain of all time in such a way. After all, we’ve already seen the fictional country of Wakanda in Black Panther, it’s about time we get Latveria in the MCU.