Joseph Quinn of The Fantastic Four explains how the MCU reboot will address superhero fatigue

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The movie industry is worried that audiences are becoming weary of the superhero genre after several of the genre’s 2023 releases flopped at the box office. A star of Marvel Studios’ Fantastic Four remake, Joseph Quinn recently provided an explanation of how the next Marvel Cinematic Universe film would address “superhero fatigue.” Marvel is planning to relaunch the adored superhero team for the MCU in 2025 after obtaining the rights to The Fantastic Four from 20th Century Studios. Quinn, who plays Johnny Storm/Human Torch in the film, talked about Marvel’s strategy with The Fantastic Four in an interview. The goal of this strategy is to make sure the production is a critical and economic success. “I think that with the story of the Fantastic Four, it feels like we want to get this right,” Quinn stated. There are elements of it that set it apart from other Marvel movies. I found that to be really fascinating. Going back to the people involved, Matt Shakmna is the director, who I believe is amazing, the actors, and the writing, which I’ve seen, is brilliant. It’s very amazing. I’m thrilled to get this chance.”

Quinn went on, “Movies about superheroes are movies about humans. And the reason people attend to the movies in theaters is because they are engrossed in the people, the characters, the danger, and the spectacle. With this one, we’re in for more than just a cent. We intend to pursue it. Many people have been speculating that The Fantastic Four would be set in a retro-futuristic 1960s since Marvel Studios revealed the cast of the film. Marvel recently revealed five Fantastic Four issues that would serve as inspiration for the next relaunch, one of which is set in the 1960s. However, the company has not confirmed this information. A brand-new movie poster with the Human Torch soaring through the skies and a futuristic skyline in the background was also released on 4-4 Day (April 4).

Pedro Pascal (Mister Fantastic/Reed Richards), Vanessa Kirby (Invisible Woman/Sue Storm), and Ebon Moss-Bachrach (The Thing/Ben Grimm) complete Marvel’s First Family. Julie Garner, star of Ozark, has also been cast in the superhero film as Shalla-Bal/Silver Surfer. Shalla-Bal, a character created by Stan Lee and John Buscema, debuted in 1968’s Silver Surfer as the romantic partner of the first Silver Surfer, Norrin Radd. The Fantastic Four is being directed by Matt Shakman (WandaVision) from a script by Eric Pearson. Galactus is supposedly going to be the main antagonist, however this hasn’t been confirmed. Doctor Doom could still show up later in the film to help build up a possible sequel. Antonio Banderas and Javier Bardem have both been mentioned as possible candidates for the role of Galactus. August 2024 is when The Fantastic Four is scheduled to go into production in London.

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