Introducing the Fantastic Four in Doctor Strange 2

The Fantastic Four could appear in Doctor Strange 2 (Marvel Studios)

The Fantastic Four could be presented at Marvel Studios this year. More specifically, at the premiere of Doctor Strange 2.

Marvel Studios will expand the Multiverse in Doctor Strange 2 and could introduce the Fantastic Four in its wonderful UCM. This year’s big movie, of which as many as 50 characters have been leaked as of today, is expected to feature a massive amount of information. Information that could be key to Phase 4. And now it has been revealed to us that the First Family of the House of Ideas would enter the film at the hands of John Krasinski himself. A “fan cast” that all viewers would be truly delighted.

This rumor comes from the web The Illuminerdi, where they suggest that John Krasinski already filmed his scenes for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. In addition, he would supposedly play a variant version of Reed Richards, known as Mr. Fantastic.

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The First Family is just around the corner in the MCU!

This is the information they have shared:

«From what we’ve heard, it sounds like John Krasinski may have filmed scenes as Mr. Fantastic in Doctor Strange 2. Now, if this turns out to be true, it would be a huge win for fans who have been clamoring for the actor as the leader of the Fantastic Four. from Marvel Studios. Interestingly, it sounds like Krasinski could be playing a variant version of Mr. Fantastic. One that comes from another universe. This character was one of the members of the Illuminati in the comics«.

The entrance of the Fantastic Four in Doctor Strange 2 would open many doors for Phase 4 of Marvel Studios. Great news for all viewers, who are eagerly awaiting the First Family movie directed by Jon Watts, director of Spider-Man: No Way Home. If he manages to do the same thing he has done with the Tom Holland trilogy, what movies are coming up with these classic cartoon characters!

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