Fantastic Four: MCU release date, cast, trailer, plot, and all you need to know!


Marvel’s founding family, the Fantastic Four, who introduced the four in Phase 4, are finally joining the MCU. Their beginnings is fairly typical for the era and were created by the creative team behind comic books, Jack Kirby and Stan Lee.

Reed Richards, Sue Storm, Ben Grimm, and Johnny Storm, four astronauts, hijack a rocket ship and take off into space. As their rocket is hit by cosmic rays during their voyage, the four acquire unexpected abilities. Reed transforms the family into the superhero group the Fantastic Four because he doesn’t want them to be rejected.

Here is all the information we currently have on the Fantastic Four MCU movie release date and the cast members of the superhero film. Fans have been impatiently awaiting the Fantastic Four’s MCU debut.


Fantastic Four MCU movie release date

The Fantastic Four MCU movie is the first in Marvel’s Phase 6 and is scheduled for release on February 14, 2025. The movie was supposed to come out on November 8, 2024, but after hearing that Blade would be delayed, the release date was moved up.

The Marvel movie was first revealed at San Diego Comic-Con in 2019, but the production team is keeping the specifics under wraps.


Fantastic Four MCU movie cast

Although we don’t yet know who will play the Fantastic Four in the MCU film, we do know who fans hope to see in the role. In essence, there has been a long-running push for real-life couple John Krasinski and Emily Blunt to take on the roles of Reed Richards (also known as Mister Fantastic) and Sue Storm (the Invisible Woman).

Of course, Krasinski portrayed the part in Doctor Strange 2, but it doesn’t guarantee he’ll play the figure from Earth-616. However, we believe it is quite probable that John Krasinski will reprise his role as Reed Richards in the future.


Fantastic Four MCU movie plot

The Fantastic Four MCU movie narrative is unclear as of this writing, although there’s a fair possibility Marvel will keep up its habit of avoiding traditional origin stories.

Instead, it seems like the studio made the assumption that those who would see these movies would be familiar with the MCU characters, and Kevin Feige says that this tendency is expected to continue.

We doubt the movie’s creators will be eager to borrow Fantastic Four antagonists from earlier Fox Marvel films. That implies that Marvel villains like Doctor Doom and Galactus are probably out of the question, but don’t worry—first Marvel’s family of villains has no shortage of foes to contend with.

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