‘The Fantastic Four’ Rumor Reveals Surprising Reason Galactus Comes To Earth


A new rumor about ‘The Fantastic Four’ has surfaced, showing a unique reason why Galactus visits Earth. It seems he’s not here just to consume it but has another target in mind: Franklin Richards. Known for his reality-altering powers, Franklin, the son of Reed Richards and Sue Storm, has a unique connection with Galactus, raising stakes and expectations.

In an interesting casting choice, Ralph Ineson will portray Galactus, while the Richards family gains a new face with Pedro Pascal as Reed Richards. Vanessa Kirby steps into the shoes of Sue Storm, with Joseph Quinn igniting the screen as Johnny Storm. Completing the team, Ebon Moss-Bachrach will take on the role of Ben Grimm.

The cast is rounded out by Julia Garner, who will play Shalla-Bal, also known as the Silver Surfer. Additional members include Paul Walter Hauser and John Malkovich, though their roles remain shrouded in mystery.

Galactus’s arrival is rumored to have multiversal implications, hinting at a shift in the overarching saga but not as the primary villain, keeping the focus on the dynamic within ‘The Fantastic Four.’

Joseph Quinn shared his excitement about the project, emphasizing the human element that draws us to superhero movies: ‘If we’re invested in the people and the characters and the peril and the spectacle, then that’s why we go to the theaters to watch films. We’re not just in a penny; we’re in for a pound with this one. We’re going to go for it.’

The anticipation for this movie is high, and with a blend of fresh and familiar faces, along with a promise of a unique story angle, there’s a lot for us to look forward to. Matt Shakman directs, with a team including Josh Friedman and Cam Squires penning the script, and a recent addition of Eric Pearson for a final touch-up.

Mark your calendars for July 25, 2025, when ‘The Fantastic Four’ hits theaters, potentially reshaping how we see this iconic team and their biggest adversary yet.

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