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Twitter Isn’t Holding Back On Pedro Pascal’s Fantastic Four Casting Reports

As some X users have expressed their approval for Pedro Pascal potentially becoming the MCU’s Mr. Fantastic, many have also explained why they feel he’s not a right fit — even if they adore him as an actor.

“Pedro Pascal is too likeable and charismatic to be Reed Richards, it’s why John Krasinski was a good casting,” commented X user @fambruhgini. It seems the user believes that popular fan casting choice Krasinski — who briefly plays a variant of the character in “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” — better captures Reed’s flat, occasionally unlikable demeanor in front of the camera. @HyperAB__ also brought up a popular fan casting pick, Penn Badgley, in their post, noting that Krasinski would’ve been great had his run as Mr. Fantastic not been a one-off.

@SamCares11 voiced their desire to see Krasinski score the part, adding that they feel Pascal, who is 48 years old as of this writing, is a bit too old for it. @Shawne70, who is a fan of his, can’t help but feel Pascal has landed every big project imaginable lately and that his potential casting won’t do their MCU fatigue any favors. In a similar vein, @ResonantJustice opined that “[Kevin] Feige and Marvel went with the very safe, boring choice.” As for @Amirkhwann, they’re simply not big on the MCU becoming increasingly populated with big-name stars over actors just getting their start in the entertainment industry.

Time will tell if Pedro Pascal does indeed sign the dotted line to play the MCU’s Mr. Fantastic. In the event he does, one can only hope he can knock it out of the park and prove the naysayers wrong rather than let the MCU fandom down.



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