Howard Stern claims Marvel villain Doctor Doom is getting his own MCU project this summer

A new MCU project based on a hugely popular villain seems incredibly accidentally announced.

who listen That Howard Stern Demonstrate on SiriusXM were surprised, thanks to a conversation between Stern and co-host Robin Quivers that the pair didn’t know was airing.

In the conversation, which takes place while loud commercials are played over their voices, Stern can be heard telling his quivers that he is working on a project based on Doctor Doom.

Doctor Doom is a popular Marvel Comics villain who primarily fights the Fantastic Four, who will join the MCU in a future film. This project has yet to be announced, and The Independent has reached out to Disney for comment.

When Quivers asks him if he’s working this summer, he tells her, “I told you I was going to do Doctor Doom. But believe me, I feel damn miserable.”

Stern is heard saying, “You go through the schedule with me, and it sucks.”

Quivers asks if he’s excited, to which Stern replies, “Well, I called Robert Downey Jr. and asked him [for] Acting Techniques”.

Doctor Doom in the Marvel Comics

(Marvel Comics)

According to Stern, pre-production for the project would begin later this month. It is unknown who he would play in the rumored project or if it would be a full-length film or Dinsey Plus TV series.

Stern’s previous acting credit includes private parts (1997).

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/news/howard-stern-doctor-doom-robert-downey-jr-b2112987.html Howard Stern claims Marvel villain Doctor Doom is getting his own MCU project this summer


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