Now The Fantastic Four Aren't Superheroes: They Are Disabled
The Fantastic Four won't be wearing costumes.
The Fantastic Four won't be referred to as the "Fantastic Four."
The cast doesn't like to read comics, but that doesn't matter as the plot has nothing to do with the comics, anyway.
Now it's learned the Fantastic Four aren't even superheroes.
Michael B. Jordan spoke with MTV revealing Josh Trank's take on Marvel's first superhero team is a bit different.
Josh’s vision is very clear and he knows exactly what he wants, and he gives us room to adapt and to play. That’s what I kind of think sets us apart, is that this is going to be grounded and unconventional.
It’s not your typical superhero film, you know, we aren’t looking at this as like, being superheroes. We’re more or less a bunch of kids that had an accident and we have disabilities now that we have to cope with, and try to find a life afterwards – try to be as normal as we can.
"Fantastic Four" has a June 19, 2015 release directed by Josh Trank starring Miles Teller as Reed Richards, Michael B. Jordan as Johnny Storm, Jamie Bell as Ben Grimm, Kate Mara as Sue Storm and Toby Kebbell as Victor von Doom.