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AI Reveals What Dwayne Johnson Looks Like As the X-Men Reboot’s Apocalypse

Suffice it to say, any actor’s design for Apocalypse in the MCU would be vastly different from what the AI came up with. And while it remains to be seen which characters will be featured in the MCU’s first “X-Men” movie, Apocalypse would kind of make sense. Before Jonathan Majors’ legal troubles, Kang the Conqueror was being set up as the next big bad in the franchise. Kang has many variants throughout Marvel’s history, including Rama-Tut, who rules over Egypt. If Marvel wants to continue using Kang going forward, using Apocalypse could also bring in Rama-Tut to tie the “X-Men” film into a larger MCU storyline, since the character also originated in ancient Egypt. 

Assuming Apocalypse is used as the villain rather than someone like Mister Sinister, there’s still the question of who would be the best fit to portray the character. First and foremost, En Sabah Nur is Egyptian, so it would make the most sense to get an Egyptian actor to portray him. Additionally, Dwayne Johnson has a notorious contract clause that doesn’t allow him to lose fights on-screen, which would make it tough for him to play an X-Men villain, who probably won’t end victorious.

Again, this is all assuming Marvel goes forward with using Apocalypse as the villain in the first MCU “X-Men” film. It could go in an entirely different direction, with Johnson playing some other Marvel character worthy of his larger-than-life personality. 

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