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What To Expect From Marvel Phase 6

While some of the 20th Century Fox era of Marvel movies have — or soon will be — integrated into the Marvel Cinematic Universe in some form, the 2005 “Fantastic Four” movie and its sequel have remained wholly separate entities. Of course, one big reason for this is likely the fact that Chris Evans played Johnny Storm/the Human Torch in those films, which would have been a little complicated given that he already plays (now former) Captain America Steve Rogers in the MCU.

Other than John Krasinski’s cameo as an alternate universe version of Reed Richards/Mr. Fantastic in “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” Marvel’s “First Family” have yet to be properly introduced in the MCU. That’s set to change in the summer of 2025 when “The Fantastic Four” arrives in theaters. In February 2024, Marvel revealed the principal cast of the movie by way of a valentine shared to social media, with art depicting Pedro Pascal as Reed Richards/Mr. Fantastic, Vanessa Kirby as Sue Storm/the Invisible Woman, Joseph Quinn as Johnny Storm/the Human Torch, and Ebon Moss-Bachrach as Ben Grimm/the Thing. 

Additional cast members include Julia Garner as Shalla-Bal and Ralph Ineson as Galactus, with John Malkovich, Natasha Lyonne, and Paul Walter Hauser cast in undisclosed roles. We also don’t know who is playing presumed antagonist Doctor Doom — sure to be a pretty major villain for the entire MCU in Phase 6 and perhaps even beyond. 

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