Kevin Feige Considering A Lot Of Directors For Fantastic Four Movie


It’s been revealed that Marvel President, Kevin Feige, is considering a lot of directors for Fantastic Four, but a decision won’t be made any time soon.

This news was revealed by Justice Kroll over on his Twitter feed.

Here’s what he had to say about Feige and choosing the director of the upcoming Fantastic Four movie:

Some late night FANTASTIC FOUR directing search updates:

1. While it’s easily Marvel’s top ODA, one source says don’t expect it to be filled anytime soon as they are not even close to cutting down long list of candidates, “I’d be shocked if a choice is made before labor day.”

2. While no names have surfaced, multiple sources say while it’s a large mix of candidates, Feige and company are taking a lot of shots at some big names.

One source close to process, “Kevin doesn’t want oversee entire shoot and after not having to worry about that with Raimi, he is very game to same outcome with this shoot.”

Which director will Kevin Feige choose to direct the Fantastic Four movie?


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There have been some really interesting names rumoured to be in consideration to direct the movie.

John Krasinksi, Peyton Reed and Bryce Dallas Howard have been three of the frontrunners.

However, knowing Kevin Feige, he might end up choosing someone we hadn’t ever thought of.

We have been told that Reed was one of the frontrunners to be named as the director of the Fantastic Four movie.

This all comes after it was revealed that the movie’s original director, Jon Watts, decided to leave the project.

What do you make of this news?

Are you looking forward to watching the Fantastic Four movie when it finally comes out?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.


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