By: Marv Castillo
Michael B. Jordan, who will be playing the Human Torch, recently talked about the new suits in The Fantastic Four. I expected to see something similar to the last movies, or maybe the white suits. In extreme cases, if they were going to go full “realistic” with the film, I wouldn’t be surprised if the team is suitless and they’re just using some kind special clothes but nothing that looks like an uniform.
What I have to post in these articles is a picture of Doctor Doom, who doesn’t exactly look like we are going to see in the final result of the film. There’t no image of the team or teaser posters. We didn’t get anything at Comic Con, and we are seven months away and we haven’t seen anything. I’m excited about the movie and I always hear nice things. The problem is: fans – they can kill your movie.
The first Fantastic Four movies released in 2005 and 2007 are not good, and fans are waiting for a great film. Anyways, in a interview that ABC had with Michael B. Jordan, he said the following about the suits:
“It’s a new look. We are all in containment suits. … It’s gritty. It’s a gritty film,” he told the outlet. “The costume process definitely took some time to get in and out of that thing, especially since I was bulking up,” the actor said. “It was a little more snug during filming. We got through it man. It was a process, but we did it. It was hard work,” Jordan added.
About the production itself, Jordan says “I’m really excited about it, everyone is really happy.” “We worked hard for three months, put a lot of time into it. The script is very grounded and relatable to everybody, as much as you can,” he continued. The actor added “You really get a chance to grow with these characters. It’s an origin story. You get to discover these abilities. These disabilities rather and grow with them.“
For me, it’s nice to have the kind of tormented heroes, he describes the abilities as disabilities. I have no problem with a containment suit for the Human Torch, but why for someone like Kate Mara or Miles Teller? Anyways, just because this movie is directed by Josh Trank and it’s written by Simon Kinberg, I trust this is going to be good. But… Fox, please, we need to see the Fantastic Four suits.