The Fantastic Four will not show up till Phase 6 of the MCU, however that hasn’t stopped the topic of Marvel’s First Family’s arrival being a continuous topic of argument on social networks. Most of those discussions focus on who might be playing the current model of the characters, and while we have actually not heard anything main on the matter yet, Kevin Feige has actually recommended that it will not be long previously more information about the extremely expected film will show up. Speaking to Entertainment Weekly about all things Marvel, Feige stated:
“Well, we talked a little bit about Secret Wars. We talked about Kang Dynasty as related to Quantumania. The only other one in terms of me personally and my 23-year history is the Fantastic Four. We sort of talked about mutants and that whole aspect to the Marvel world, but Fantastic Four is the foundation for everything that came after in the comics. There’s certainly been versions of it [on screen], but never inhabiting the storytelling of the MCU. And that’s something that is really exciting for us. People will start to hear more about that soon. We plan on that being a big pillar of the MCU going forward, just the way they’ve been in the comics for 50 or 60 years.”
There is a long method to precede the Fantastic Four film shows up in movie theaters, however that does not imply the characters will not make a surprise look elsewhere prior to that film is launched. With numerous films and television programs to come in the next 2 years, there are lots of chances for Reed Richards and more to make their very first real look in the MCU.
The Fantastic Four Will Not Deviate Much From Its Source Material
There is a nonstop argument about whether Marvel films must make modifications to the characters and stories as they were initially released inMarvel Comics In the cast of the Fantastic Four, Marvel manufacturer Stephen Broussard just recently informed Screen Rant that the film will be remaining real to the initial comics. He stated:
“That’s a good question. I wouldn’t presume to know everything about that film; I’m not necessarily working on it. But one of the founding principles of Marvel, going back to Iron Man and the casting of Tony that I think has resonated through today, is to embrace the source material and these comics that have been around forever. They’re older than me, and I’m guessing they’re older than you too. They’ve been around for a while for a reason, [so we] lean into that. I think the world has changed a little bit, people understand that now. But in 2005, maybe there was a reticence to fully embrace what it was. In everything; in the embodiment of Galactus and things like that. Whatever form the story takes, whatever characters do or do not appear, that founding principle will be embraced and will welcome them into the MCU.”