After seeing John Krasinski’s portrayal of Reed Richards in Doctor Strange 2, there’s a big question in everyone’s minds. Will the actor take on the part again for the Fantastic Four movie version? Unfortunately, there are many unknown variables regarding this forthcoming project and the answer is not confirmed yet. One of the most significant developments in the most recent Fantastic Four news was the departure of longtime director Jon Watts. The only substantial change to the film since Watt’s departure is that Moon Knight producers Grant Curtis and Nick Pepin will play the same roles in the impending MCU big-screen adventure. Now, a recently uncovered LLC could indicate an important development to the movie’s production status.
The new production update for Fantastic Four:
A new Disney Limited Liability Corporation (LLC) was recently announced by The Ronin, who also verified that it was for a Marvel Studios initiative. Given the “4” element in the name 4vibes Productions, it can be assumed that this is for the eagerly anticipated Fantastic Four remake that Marvel has been working on. Additionally, it appears that whatever the MCU production is, it will be filmed in the UK, indicating that it will be live-action and will require studio space. Every detail here fits in wonderfully with the Fantastic Four theme. Additionally, according to rumours, Marvel Studios may launch the Blind Faith LLC, a new LLC that will be related to the Daredevil franchise. The company’s unusual name is an Easter egg for the history of the superhero, given that Daredevil is visually impaired and has a strong belief in Catholicism.
Are the Fantastic Four-LLC speculations true?
In addition to the obvious ‘4’ in the LLC, one of the strongest indicators that this is for the Fantastic Four movie is how much workspace they require. It’s also important to note that Stageworks Volume technology, the VFX capacity made popular by The Mandalorian, is available at Pinewood UK Studios. Both Quantumania and Thor: Love and Thunder have lately employed it. The Volume seems like a quite useful technique for a screenplay that may be about a clever family who enjoys exploring the furthest reaches of the unknown. The number “4” may look like a dead giveaway, but there is a previously issued LLC with the name “Solve Everything,” which may be a nod to one of Jonathan Hickman’s greatest works about the First Family.
Alas, there are currently no definite answers. While no exact launch date has been formally announced, at least, it seems certain that Fantastic Four will be in theatres at some time in 2024.