Along with Fantastic Four, Marvel has announced several movies and TV shows at the investor's call. In addition to that, the highly anticipated project will be directed by Spider-Man 3 director Jon Watts. In an evening full of bombshell announcements, Marvel Studios has delighted fans by announcing the Fantastic Four reboot is officially coming to the MCU, with Jon Watts set to direct. Studio head Kevin Feige had even teaser that they are trying to include the Fantastic Four in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Besides talking about Moon Knight, which is a Disney+ series based on a complex vigilante, Samuel L. Jackson and Ben Mendelsohn are back as Nick Fury and Skrull Talos in Secret Invasion.
Based on that description alone, it doesn't not sound like the plot of 2019's Spider-Man: Far From Home, but we'll see, I guess. He is now working on Spider-Man 3 so there is a possibility he will be able to begin production on the Fantastic Four reboot once the other sequel is done. During the presentation, Feige made a point of noting that Jennifer's law career could open the door for certain other lawyer characters to appear in the series, though he wouldn't name names.
Other info about more Disney+ shows: Ms. Marvel will be out in late 2021. It has been for a long time that there have been speculations that the bosses at Marvel are thinking to bring back their first family.
Fox's first two attempts at "Fantastic Four" adaptations, starring Jessica Alba, Michael Chiklis, Ioan Gruffudd, and Chris Evans (who later played Captain America in the MCU), were both panned by fans and critics alike.
And then there's the 2015 Josh Trank-directed reboot attempt, which sits at 9% on Rotten Tomatoes.
"One of my favourite stories ever, which I have bugged (Feige) endlessly about over the years", Gunn tweeted.
Some fans are already fancasting real-life couple John Krasinski and Emily Blunt as Sue Storm and Reed Richards.