"Reunite The Four."
New Marvel Studio's #FantasticFour ▼
A new possible, and hopeful MCU Fantastic Four Movie CONCEPT Trailer.
Starring John Krasinski - Reed Richards/Mr. Fantastic
Emily Blunt - Susan Storm/Invisible Woman
Ansel Elgort - Johnny Storm/Human Torch
David Harbour - Ben Grimm/The Thing
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Scientist Reed Richards (John Krasinski) persuades his arrogant former classmate, Victor von Doom (Matthew McConaughey), to fund his experiments with cosmic energy. On von Doom's space station, the crew -- including astronaut Ben Grimm (David Harbour), researcher Sue Storm (Emily Blunt) and pilot Johnny Storm (Ansel Elgort) -- are exposed to a mysterious cosmic storm that bestows super powers upon them. As they cope with their transformations, von Doom vows his revenge.
As we know, Avengers 4 will likely require some tricky inter-dimensional manipulation and time travel to undo Thanos' big snap that killed half the universe. As we also know, back in the real world, Disney and 21st Century Fox are completing a merger, which gives the Marvel Cinematic Universe access to properties that were formerly owned by a separate company, such as X-Men and Fantastic 4. And, as Disney CEO Bob Iger said earlier this year, the company plans to “expand iconic movie franchises like Avatar, Marvel’s X-Men, the Fantastic Four, Deadpool, Planet of the Apes, Kingsman, and many others.”
So, the gears are all in motion for this great meeting of the Marvel characters to happen as soon as Avengers 4. One interesting fan theory on Reddit explains how the reversal of Thanos' snap could cause the introduction of both The Fantastic 4 and Mutants. If the snap can bring Captain Marvel back to Earth to help, certainly it could bring the Fantastic 4 back as well.
After months of speculation, Disney CEO Bob Iger has confirmed that Marvel properties formerly cinematically licensed to Fox, including the X-Men and Fantastic Four, will be directly overseen by Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige. The confirmation solidifies fan hopes that Marvel's Merry Mutants and First Family will one day fight alongside the Avengers and Guardians of the Galaxy, but now the big question remains: When will eagerly anticipated integration of the properties into the Marvel Cinematic Universe take place?
Last year's Spider-Man: Homecoming was a relatively sudden addition after Disney and Sony agreed to a last-minute deal in 2015 to share the cinematic rights to Spider-Man and include the character in 2016's Captain America: Civil War. This year's Ant-Man and The Wasp was moved up to take Captain Marvel's planned release date after the latter film ran into delays securing a director. Adding a wrinkle to this situation is the fact that Marvel is still scrambling to replaced filmmaker James Gunn to helm Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 3 after Gunn's firing by Disney this past July, making its initial planned release date for 2020 increasingly unlikely.
With Marvel already readying films for principal photography for its 2020 releases, the earliest full films starring the X-Men and Fantastic Four characters could be anticipated is 2021. Feige claimed as recently as July that the studio currently had no plans for either property. Of course, this doesn't discount the possibility that last-minute cameos or supporting roles could take place, like Peter Parker and Aunt May's inclusion in Civil War. But there is another consideration making these late additions doubtful.
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