The Marvel star said he would love to reprise his role as Johnny Storm.
Chris Evans has two normal forms
Not long before being known as America’s Donkey, a professional Lizzo Flirter and famously a toy version of Buzz Lightyear, Chris Evans was the human torchbearer for two normally mediocre “Fantastic Four” films. set fire.
Rise of the Silver Surfer
For many fans, the 2005 film and its sequel, “Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer”, starring Jessica Alba, Ioan Gruffudd, Michael Chiklis, and Evans as the iconic superhero team, preceded Marvel’s meeting. One of the best-forgotten artifacts of an age. its drain.
As Captain America in the Marvel Cinematic Universe
“God, wouldn’t that be great?” When asked about playing Johnny Storm/Human Torch again, Evans told MTV News. “Wouldn’t that be great? No, no one ever came to me about this. I mean, I don’t look exactly like that anymore. He was 15 about 20 years ago. Oh my god, I’m old. But I really love that character, but I guess…are they not doing anything with the Fantastic Four anymore?
After John Watts, the studio is also looking for a new director
Marvel is actually developing an upcoming reboot of the “Fantastic Four,” but hasn’t announced any casting or production details just yet. The studio is also on the lookout for a new director after Jon Watts, who most recently directed the “Spider-Man” trilogy, exited the project in April. Certainly to suit Evans again as Storm. It’s a bit, well, a stretch to imagine it, but given the limitless storytelling potential of Marvel’s newly established multiverse, stranger things have happened.
After years of fan casting, John Krasinski most recently made a cameo appearance in “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” as Reed Richards/Mr. Fantastic, but the studio has yet to announce whether the actor will be in the future. Will continue with the role in the films of?
Meanwhile, Evans said
“Cap is so precious to me. And you know, I almost don’t want to interrupt that beautiful experience,” he continued. “But Johnny Storm, I feel like he didn’t really get his day. That was before Marvel really got its feet. So, I loved that role and, you know, who knows?
Kate Mara, Miles Teller, Jamie Bell, and Michael
Despite its long legacy in comic books, the “Fantastic Four” has a checkered history on the big screen. The 2015 reboot starring Kate Mara, Miles Teller, Jamie Bell, and Michael B. Jordan was an undeniable flop, with director Josh Trank publicly disapproving of the film ahead of its release.