Next year one of the most powerful, scariest villains in comics is heading to the big screen, and no it isn't Ultron.

While all the focus will be on Marvel's Avengers facing off with the genocidal android, later in the summer 20<sup>th Century Fox are rebooting the Fantastic Four and with it comes the return of Doctor Doom.

Doom is a terrifying figure in the Marvel comic book world, and earlier this year was voted by IGN the greatest Marvel supervillain, but on screen he has yet to get the treatment he deserves. In Josh Trank's The Fantastic Four he will be played by Toby Kebbell, and on the evidence of the first details he has revealed about the film's Doom, there's cause for concern.

"I'm excited to see it too, and my nerves really... The only thing I can tease you about is what I worked on most was the voice because nobody - even in the cartoons, when I was watching them I was like, 'So where's he from?' There's a mild change and I'll tell you because of our history," Kebbell told Collider.

"He's Victor Domashev, not Victor Von Doom in our story, and I'm sure I'll be sent to jail for telling you that. The Doom in ours - I'm a programmer. Very anti-social programmer. And on blogging sites I'm 'Doom'."

Little has been revealed about this new Fantastic Four movie, but what we do know hasn't please fans of the characters and comics. It appears Trank is targeting a more realistic tone for the movie and the team's origin is set to be very different to the original comics and 2005 Fantastic Four movie with Ioan Gruffudd and Jessica Alba.

The newer, younger Fantastic Four will be comprised of Miles Teller as Reed Richards (Mr Fantastic), Kate Mara as Sue Storm (The Invisible Woman), Michael B Jordan as Johnny Storm (The Human Torch) and Jamie Bell as Ben Grimm (The Thing).

The Fantastic Four is set for release on 6 August 2015.