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Unused Fantastic Four Reboot Designs Show The Thing Like You’ve Never Seen Him

After over a decade of waiting, the Fantastic Four is indeed on its way to the MCU. The rights to the team were previously owned by 20th Century Fox, which Disney acquired in 2019, so Marvel’s First Family is officially fair game to enter the franchise. Marvel Studios’ “Fantastic Four” has been in the pipeline for some time, though the cast has only recently come to light. Pedro Pascal has been cast as Mr. Fantastic, Vanessa Kirby as the Invisible Woman, Joseph Quinn as the Human Torch, and Ebon Moss-Bachrach as a seemingly comic-accurate version of the Thing.

When the “Fantastic Four” lineup was announced in February, Marvel Studios did so in an inventive and fun way. Instead of simply stating the names on the cast list, it sent out a revealing concept art piece on social media featuring the aforementioned actors as their respective characters. Alongside Reed, Sue, and Johnny is the Thing, sitting in a chair with a blue-and-white outfit, reading a magazine. Assuming this artistic rendition is a hint at what MCU fans can expect to see on the big screen, they’re in for arguably the closest adaptation of the hero yet. He boasts the signature thick rocky eyebrow, vibrant orange coloring, blue eyes, and smooth, bumpy texture of his Marvel Comics counterpart.

Even if Marvel Studios elects to make some tweaks to the Thing’s design for “Fantastic Four,” it stands to reason he’ll still resemble his comic book equivalent more so than the 2009 “Fantastic Four” reboot version that never was.

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