Fantastic Four

(2015)

Fantastic Four, a contemporary re-imagining of Marvel’s original and longest-running superhero team, centers on four young outsiders who teleport to an alternate and dangerous universe, which alters their physical form in shocking ways. Their lives irrevocably upended, the team must learn to harness their daunting new abilities and work together to save Earth from a former friend turned enemy.

‘Fantastic Four’ TV Spots Show Doom's Powers

‘Fantastic Four’ TV Spots Show Doom's Powers

Arriving next week, Fantastic Four gives us a decidedly different Doom than we've ever seen before. And until now, we still haven't seen much of what this super villain can do. Toby Kebbell, who is following in Andy Serkis's footsteps as one of the go-to motion capture actors, embodies this iconic Marvel character as a stalking mass of glowing green metal. Here, we see his rise before the fall.

These two new Fantastic Four TV spots don't just give us a better look at Doom. We also get to see Marvel's first family discover their superpowers for the first time. The first spot shows Reed Richard (Miles Teller) and his team of scientists heading off on their fateful trip, where an accident exposes them to the dangerous of an alternate dimension. They return to earth transformed, and it's a trying time for these four individuals. Especially Reed, who feels responsible for what he has brought upon his friends.

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‘Fantastic Four’ Featurettes Explore Wormholes & Alternate Dimensions

‘Fantastic Four’ Featurettes Explore Wormholes & Alternate Dimensions

In two weeks, 20th Century Fox's Fantastic Four hits theaters nationwide, giving fans a much different version of Marvel's First Family than we saw in the original 2005 superhero movie. Today we have a slew of new videos for the upcoming reboot, including four featurettes that delve into scientific aspects such as alternate dimensions, teleportation, wormholes and invisibility. If that wasn't enough, we also have two TV spots with brand new footage. And Doom finally speaks!

These previews introduce fans to an actual theoretical physicist, Dr. Michio Kaku, who reveals that the Fantastic Four were his favorite superheroes growing up. He adds that some of these theories regarding alternate dimensions might not be as far-fetched as fans may believe, adding that "science and fantasy aren't too far away from each other." These featurettes also include new footage from Fantastic Four, featuring stars Miles Teller (Mr. Fantastic), Michael B. Jordan (The Human Torch), Kate Mara (The Invisible Woman) and Jamie Bell (The Thing).

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‘X-Men’ & ‘Fantastic Four’ Crossover Movie Talks Confirmed

‘X-Men’ & ‘Fantastic Four’ Crossover Movie Talks Confirmed

Cryptic remarks, indeed. When he mentions the word 'time', it could be taken in a number of many different directions. As he hints, these movie franchise both have ensemble casts that are some of the biggest in the superhero genre. It will be incredibly difficult to get everyone together, with all of their busy schedules sorted out, as some of the most sought after actors in Hollywood currently make up these two teams. Then, of course, when he utters the word 'time', he may be talking about the plot of the crossover itself. X-Men: Days of Future Past was, at its core, a time travel movie. And the events that played out greatly altered the X-Men movie series timeline. X-Men: Apocalypse will also have time travel elements, and the new Fantastic Four reboot deals with alternate plains of existence. So, his remarks could be viewed with a two-edged connotation.

With the altered timeline set up by X-Men: Days of Future Past, Bryan Singer has been able to right some of the wrongs of the previous movies. He's even bringing back some fan favorite characters, recast with younger actors who will surely carry the franchise into the future. The earlier rumor suggests that Bryan Singer will direct The Fantastic Four 2, taking over for Josh Trank. He will establish the ideas that Mutants exist in that world, with a story that will directly lead into the X-Men/Fantastic Four Crossover Movie, which he'll also direct. Its been said that 20th Century fox doesn't want to lose the combination of director Bryan Singer and producer Simon Kinberg, who understand both franchises, and are the only ones who can properly build their own version of Marvel's Cinematic universe, incorporating both franchises.

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‘Fantastic Four’ Video Shows Off Thing's Clobbering Power

‘Fantastic Four’ Video Shows Off Thing's Clobbering Power

Marvel's First Family must come together to stop the maniacal Doom in a new TV spot for 20th Century Fox's superhero reboot Fantastic Four, arriving in theaters nationwide August 7. These new scenes highlight the "clobbering" power of The Thing (Jamie Bell), as he literally rips off the top of a massive military tank. We also see Dr. Franklin Storm (Reg E. Cathey) tells this super-powered quartet that they have to work as a team to stop the evil Doom (Toby Kebbell).

Fantastic Four, a contemporary re-imagining of Marvel's original and longest-running superhero team, centers on four young outsiders who teleport to an alternate and dangerous universe, which alters their physical form in shocking ways. Their lives irrevocably upended, the team must learn to harness their daunting new abilities and work together to save Earth from a former friend turned enemy. The superhero movie is adapted from the Ultimate Fantastic Four comics, which feature much younger heroes than the original foursome.

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‘Fantastic Four’ TV Spot Locks the Superheroes in Prison

‘Fantastic Four’ TV Spot Locks the Superheroes in Prison

With 20th Century Fox's Fantastic Four reboot hitting theaters in less than three weeks, the studio has unveiled another TV spot chocked full of new footage from this superhero movie. These never-before-seen moments reveal that the U.S. government has locked up the heroes after they obtain their new powers. But, as Kate Mara's The Invisible Woman points out, they "aren't the ones to fear." This video shows how there is "strength in numbers," as Marvel's first family comes together to stop the nefarious Doom (Toby Kebbell).

Fantastic Four is a contemporary re-imagining of Marvel's original and longest-running superhero team, with the movie reportedly loosely based on the Ultimate Fantastic Four comics. Unlike the 2005 Fantastic Four, this version features much younger versions of Mr. Fantastic (Miles Teller), The Human Torch (Michael B. Jordan), The Invisible Woman (Kate Mara) and The Thing (Jamie Bell). The story centers on these four young outsiders who teleport to an alternate and dangerous universe, which alters their physical forms in shocking ways. Their lives irrevocably upended, the team must learn to harness their daunting new abilities and work together to save Earth from a former friend turned enemy.

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‘Fantastic Four’ Origins Featurette and 2 TV Spots

‘Fantastic Four’ Origins Featurette and 2 TV Spots

Michael B. Jordan, Miles Teller, Jamie Bell and Kate Mara explain the origins of the ‘Fanastic Four’ and their powers in a new preview.
Will ‘Fantastic Four’ Have a Post-Credit Scene?

Will ‘Fantastic Four’ Have a Post-Credit Scene?

Jamie Bell explains the ending of the ‘Fantastic Four’ reboot, teasing a set up for future sequel stories.
‘X-Men’, ‘Deadpool’ & ‘Fantastic Four’ Join Forces in Cast Photo

‘X-Men’, ‘Deadpool’ & ‘Fantastic Four’ Join Forces in Cast Photo

20th Century Fox brings together the casts from it's upcoming Marvel movies including ‘Deadpool’, ‘X-Men’, ‘Gambit’ and ‘Fantastic Four’.