During the New York Comic-Con, director Matthew Vaughn commented that he would love to lead the new 'Fantastic Four' project for Marvel (in this case, now part of MCU) when and if the company gives the green light for the feature film. .
In an interview with ComicBook.com, Vaughn said:
I have always loved the idea of doing ‘Fantastic Four’ the way it was originally written. I mean, it's one of my favorite comics and I really believe (the group of heroes) is as big as Spider-Man. I think the values of the Quartet and Spider-Man are the reason you can imagine yourself being part of this family.
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Although he has never worked for Marvel Studios before, Vaughn is no stranger to comic book adaptations: in 2011, he ran Fox's acclaimed 'X-Men: First Class' and proved he has what it takes to balance fun and drama. of film adaptations of comics.
Although nothing has been confirmed, other rumors have been surrounding the 'Fantastic Four' reboot for the MCU. According to Lords of the Long Box, Marvel President Kevin Feige intends to insert Spider-Man in a "Fantastic Four" movie.
Apparently Mr. Fantastic will be a new mentor for Peter Parker after the death of Tony Stark.
In addition, it has been said that John Krasinski and Emily Blunt are being quoted as interpreters of Reed Richards and Susan Storm, respectively.
Meanwhile, 'King's Man: The Origin', Vaughn's upcoming film, will hit theaters on February 14, 2020.
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