Fans can’t wait to see Vanessa Kirby as sue storm in “Fantastic Four”

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Vanessa Kirby, who starred in Mission: Impossible, has apparently been cast as Susan Storm/Invisible Woman in Marvel Studios’ Fantastic Four.

Kirby has been cast to play Sue Storm in the eagerly anticipated Fantastic Four reboot for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, according to dependable industry source Jeff Sneider of The Hot Mic podcast. Kirby’s participation in the movie has long been rumoured, but according to Sneider, he has finally learned from his sources that it is actually the case.

As part of Phase Six of the MCU, Marvel Studios‘ Fantastic Four is presently scheduled to premiere in May 2025. In place of the original director Jon Watts, Matt Shakman now oversees the production. WandaVision, a Disney+ series from Marvel Studios, was previously directed by Shakman. Josh Friedman was then hired to rewrite the script for the upcoming Fantastic Four film, which was originally written by Jeff Kaplan and Ian Springer. 

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Fans may also know who will play Reed Richards against Kirby’s Sue Storm if recent rumours are accurate. Prior to the start of the SAG-AFTRA strike, Matt Smith, who starred in House of the Dragon and Morbius, was supposedly given the part. It is unknown, however, whether or not the actor accepted or is even interested. Adam Driver had been mentioned as a top candidate for the job for months, but it was said that he turned it down pretty quickly due to the character’s writing. There have also been rumours of Dev Patel, Glenn Howerton, and Penn Badgley playing that specific role. 

The identities of the other superheroes who make up the team of four crime fighters are unknown. There have been many different names mentioned in the rumours, with Mila Kunis and Daveed Diggs apparently vying for the part of The Thing. Additionally, it has been widely reported that Paul Mescal is vying for the role of Johnny Storm, a.k.a. Human Torch. Although Kirby is the first member of the cast to formally sign on, at least based on the most recent story, none of these castings have been verified as of yet.

Fans express their excitement about Vanessa Kirby playing Sue Storm in Fantastic Four

Marvel fans can’t wait for Marvel Studios’ upcoming film relaunch, “Marvel’s First Family,” which will introduce “Marvel’s First Family” to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and star Vanessa Kirby as Sue Storm in the Fantastic Four. Finally, Vanessa has responded to rumours that Sue Storm, the Invisible Woman, would be played by her. According to rumours, Kirby is among the contenders for the role of Sue Storm in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Kate Mara and Jessica Alba previously played Sue Storm in the Fantastic Four movies. Let’s see what fans have to say about this news.

A fan tweets “If true, that’s fantastic casting..”

“Now this is a MASSIVE W!!!!!!”, Another fan added

A follower writes, “Fantastic casting for a fantastic movie”

“Good actress, looks the part as well. We finally need a good F4 movie. It’s such a great comic and amazing characters. Plus has one of the best Villains. Dr. Doom.” A follower wrote.

“oh that’s iconic”, writes a follower.

Vanessa Kirby playing Sue Storm in Fantastic Four is huge news for Marvel fans and just like them even we can’t wait to see Venassa rocking the big screen again with her strong performance. The Fantastic Four’s release date is still unknown. Stay tuned to know more Marvel fans!

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Vishakha Thakar
Vishakha Thakar
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