Kata Mara Is Excited To Work On FANTASTIC FOUR; Says It’s Probably Not What People Expect

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InvisiblewomanFantastic Four will be gearing up for it’s shoot here soon and while we really haven’t heard much about it other than some crazy rumors, we do have one thing set in stone. The cast. Miles Teller, Michael B. Jordan, Kate Mara and Jamie Bell have all been cast as Mr. Fantastic, The Human Torch, The Invisible Woman and The Thing respectively. Other than a few throw away quotes from the cast, we really haven’t hear much from them.

That trend continues as IGN caught up with Mara while she was promoting Transcendence. She didn’t say much other than she was excited to get to work with the cast and that she doesn’t really know much about the movie yet. However, she did say she doesn’t know if there is a suit or not. “I don’t know if there is a suit,” she said. “People keep saying that to me, but I don’t know that there is a suit. Maybe there is, but as of right now I haven’t tried on a suit.”

The rest of the comments are, like stated above, just normal filler about being excited about the movie and that she is looking forward to joining her cast-mates. Check out the video and transcript below, and check back here at Comic Book Therapy for the latest on Fantastic Four.

Well, I don’t know very much about it. Which is weird, but true (laughs). All I know is it’s going to be a very different take on the film then what people probably expect. I’m not familiar with the comic books, I mean I’ve read a few of them since I got the part. I think we’re making a very grounded version of a superhero film, and I trust Josh Trank’s vision because I was a really big fan of his last movie Chronicle. I think the cast he got is really fantastic. I’m so excited to be working with Miles Teller and Mike (B. Jordon), everyone, Jamie Bell as well. I think he’s gotten a really interesting group together. So yeah, I don’t really know much about it, but we’re starting in a few weeks.

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Source : IGN