Top 10 Things You Didn’t Know About the ‘Fantastic Four’ Movie

The new movie “Fantastics: The Fantastic Four” is going to have its fair share of problems.

It’s got some characters you know and love, and some that you’re not so sure about.

But let’s not talk about the ending yet.

Here are 10 things you didn’t know about the movie: 1.

The movie is set in 2019.

It premiered at Comic-Con on Thursday.

But it doesn’t actually happen until 2019.


It has a female lead.

The female lead in “Fants” has been played by Natalie Portman, who won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in the film.

But “Fentas” director and writer Joss Whedon said he’s not looking to make a big deal out of it.

He explained, “Natalie Portman is going on the film and doing her thing, and that’s fine, and I think that’s all that matters.

And if she doesn’t want to be in the movie, that’s okay.

She can come back in 2020.

She’s a great actor, and we love her.”


The plot of the movie centers on a man who gets an invitation to a conference.

And that is it.

“FtF: The End” is the first film in the series that focuses on a single event in time.


It will be about the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

But that doesn’t mean it will be a movie set in the Marvel Universe.

In fact, Whedon said, “FANTASTIC FOUR” is a completely different story than “Fantic” and “Fable” movies.

The film is set a little further out in time, with the Avengers and the X-Men fighting the Sentinels, a race of beings with the power to turn the tide of the Marvel universe.

Whedon explained that he wanted the film to be more about the characters.

“It’s the world of ‘Fent,’ and it’s the whole Marvel universe, and it would be nice to take those characters, those things that make them so awesome and see if we can make them part of the film,” he said.


The title of the next movie is “FnC: Fates.”

The name is fitting, because this film is about the fate of the Fantastic Four.

“We have to make it so the first Fantastic Four film will be called ‘FnCs Fates,'” Whedon said.

“Because if it’s not, we won’t have any films.”


It won’t be released in theaters until 2019 or 2020.

The cast of “Frantz” is already filming in Los Angeles, and there will be an international release.

The first teaser trailer for “FNT” was released earlier this year.

“This is the movie we’re going to make,” Whedon said at the time.

“The world is going, ‘Oh my god!

They are going to do a film called Fantastic Four.’

And then I think it’s just going to go ‘Wait a minute!

That’s just a joke.

The Fantastic Fourth is happening!’

It’s like, ‘It’s not happening, you know what?

We’ll just make a movie of that.'”


The trailer shows the Fantastic 4’s journey to Earth-616.

That’s because it’s a Marvel film.

The filmmakers didn’t want the trailer to be a teaser to a different movie, and they went ahead and shot the entire movie in Earth-2, a place that was just created in “Captain America: Civil War” and was meant to be the home of the Avengers.

“In that story, the Fantastic Fourth gets to Earth in ‘Civil War,’ and then they go on to Earth and meet some of the original Fantastic Four,” Whedon explained.

“And then we go into this story of Earth-1, and then we get back to Earth, where they’ve been living for a long time.

And then we meet a lot of different heroes, and a lot more of the same heroes.”


The characters are based on the Marvel Comics characters.

So the movie will have a few new faces.

First up is the Fantastic One, a character that was created for “Marvel’s” “Fables” comic book series.

“I’m just really excited about this character, because I think he’s one of the most iconic characters in all of comics,” Whedon told IGN.

“He’s one that’s iconic in a lot, if not all, of our Marvel films.

He’s one who’s iconic, and so we wanted to give him a real, very emotional, human character that he could be really vulnerable to.

And also one that was very, very much a human being, and he has this very human emotion.

I thought he was a really good fit for this character.”


There’s a villain in the sequel.

When it comes to villains, “Marvels” is pretty strict about its canon.