The Fantastic Four

An all-new take on Marvel’s First Family will hit theaters in 2025.

Premiere: July 25, 2025

First teased by Feige at SDCC ’19, Marvel Studios Fantastic Four is one of the studio’s most highly anticipated projects. Though no date was given at the time of the announcement, it initially looked like the First Family could land in theaters as early as 2023. From the start, Solve Everything Productions, as you can read here, sounded an awful lot like someone at Marvel Studios got the ball rolling on the project.

In December 2020, it was confirmed that Jon Watts would be directing the project, but less than two years later he announced he would be taking a break from superhero movies after finishing his Spider-Man trilogy for Marvel Studios, and thus vacating the movie’s director’s chair. This left the Fantastic Four feature film without a director ahead of what’s surely an extremely important period for the project with choices needed to be made in terms of its cast.

Following the rumors attaching WandaVision‘s Matt Shakman to the vacant director’s chair, there was little surprise when Kevin Feige himself confirmed the news at D23 in September 2022.

Fantastic Four was one of the five Marvel feature films affected by an October 2022 shift in release dates. It moved from its initial November 2024 slot to February 14, 2025 and then again to May 2, 2025.

On Valentine’s Day 2024, Marvel Studios revealed that the film had been retitled The Fantastic Four and would now be released on July 25, 2025. They also revealed the long-rumored cast of Pedro Pascal, Vanessa Kirby, Joseph Quinn and Ebon Moss-Bachrach.


  • Pedro Pascal as Reed Richards / Mr. Fantastic
  • Vanessa Kirby as Susan Storm / Invisible Woman
  • Joseph Quinn as Johnny Storm / Human Torch
  • Ebon Moss-Bachrach as Ben Grimm / Thing
  • Unknown actor as the voice of H.E.R.B.I.E.
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