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Published On: Tue, Jan 27th, 2015

First ‘Fantastic Four’ teaser trailer, photos

Fox will again attempt to find success with a reboot of the Fantastic Four franchise. This time Miles Teller, Kate Mara, Michael B Jordan and Jamie Bell are the heroic team battling Dr. Doom, played by Toby Kobbell. Fans get their first look in a new trailer, check it out below.

Each character is given a shot or two to set up their role on Earh before being launched into space, being exposed to massive Gamma rays and being transformed into the Fantastic Four.

Set up like Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar, the narrator previews the space exploration.

Kate Mara as Sue Richards in The Fantastic Four photo“Human beings have an immeasurable desire to discover, to invent, to build,” says Reg E. Cathey, who reportedly plays Dr. Franklin Storm. “Our future depends on us furthering these ideals, a responsibility that rests on the shoulders of generations to come. But with very new discovery, there is risk, there is sacrifice, and there are consequences.”

Chronicle director Josh Trank takes the helm of the superhero film and says “This isn’t like The Avengers….we really want the audience to have the proper reaction to this material seeing it for the first time. You’ve really got to put your best foot forward. You can’t just leak an image to strike up a conversation. You want people to see something that has thought behind it. And the teaser should do just that. ..”

Written by Trank with Simon Kinberg and Jeremy Slater (Kinberg and Trank offer a commentary on the trailer at Yahoo! Movies

The Fantastic Four opens in theaters on August 7, 2015

Michael B Jordan as Johnny Storm in The Fantastic Four

marvels-the-fantastic-four team photo starring into space

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