Fantastic 4 is an American film based on the Marvel Comics superhero team of the same name, which was released in 2015. It is a reboot of the Fantastic Four, It is also the third and final film in the franchise to be produced and distributed by 20th Century Fox. The film is directed by Josh Trank, who co-wrote the script with Jeremy Slater and Simon Kinberg, and stars Miles Teller, Kate Mara, and Jamie Bell. , Michael B. Jordan and Toby Kebbell.2 Filming on the film began on May 5, 2014 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and lasted 2 months. Dissatisfied with the production, Fox executives sent for re-recordings that took place in January 2015. The film was scheduled for release on June 19, 2015, but on September 18, 2014 it was announced that the film was postponed for on August 7.
Childhood friends Reed Richards (Miles Teller) and Ben Grimm (Jamie Bell) have worked together on a teleportation prototype since they were young, eventually attracting the attention of Professor Franklin Storm (Reg E. Cathey), director of the Baxter Foundation. , a government-sponsored research institute for young prodigies. Reed is hired to join them in helping Storm's children, scientist Sue Storm (Kate Mara) and technician Johnny Storm (Michael B. Jordan), complete a "quantum gate" designed by Storm's protégé Victor. von Doom (Toby Kebbell).
The experiment was successful, and the facility's supervisor, Dr. Allen (Tim Blake Nelson), plans to send a group from NASA to venture into a parallel dimension known as "Planet Zero." Disappointed at being denied the opportunity to join the expedition, Reed, Johnny, and Victor, along with Ben, use the Quantum Gate to embark on an unauthorized journey to Planet Zero, which they learn is a world full of unknown substances. Victor tries to touch the substance with the appearance of green lava, which appears to be pure and vibrant energy. But in doing so, the substance changes abruptly and the ground they are on erupts violently. Reed, Johnny and Ben return to their shuttle but it fails, just as Sue brings them back to Earth and Victor is apparently killed after falling into the collapsing landscape. The Quantum Gate explodes destroying the laboratory, altering Reed, Sue, Johnny and Ben on a genetic level and granting them superhuman abilities beyond their control: Reed can stretch like elastic, Susan can become invisible and generate force shields, Johnny can gobble His entire body on fire and flying, and Ben completely transforms into a creature made of rock from Planet Zero, giving him superhuman strength and extreme durability. They are then taken into government custody for study, due to their now dangerous nature, and they begin to discover and control their abilities. Blaming himself for the accident, Reed escapes from the facility and tries to find a cure for his changes.
A year later, Reed is now a fugitive and has built a suit that helps her control his ability. Hidden in Central America, he is eventually found by the United States military with the help of Sue and captured by Ben, who has become a military asset along with Johnny and Sue. Johnny and Sue have been outfitted with specialized suits designed to help them control their abilities. Reed is taken to Area 57, where Dr. Allen recruits him to rebuild the Quantum Gate in exchange for giving Reed the resources to find a cure. Upon reaching Planet Zero, Dr. Allen's explorers find Victor, who has been fused with his spacesuit and now possesses immense telekinetic abilities, a product of having absorbed the planet's energy. The mission is aborted and the scientists are ordered to bring him back to Earth. However, believing that the human race needs to be destroyed in order to rebuild Planet Zero in his image, Victor unleashes his powers and mercilessly kills the scientists and soldiers at the base, including Dr. Allen and Professor Storm, and returns. to Planet Zero using the Quantum Gate. Ben, Johnny, Reed, and Sue, after discovering his intentions, set out in pursuit.
Now, referring to himself as "Doom", Victor activates a portal on Planet Zero using the Quantum Gate and begins to consume the Earth's landscape using a structure he created from the rock formations on Planet Zero. He takes on the four and, after a short but intense battle, Ben hits Doom and throws him into the portal's energy beam, disintegrating him, while Johnny closes the portal. Upon returning, they discover that all nearby facilities and even towns disappeared from the map, as a result of the portal's gigantic gravitational pull.
Upon returning to Earth, the group is rewarded by the US military for their heroism by receiving a new base of operations known as "Central City" to study their skills and without government interference. Thus, they decide to use their powers to help people and named as "The Fantastic 4".
Miles Teller as Reed Richards / Mr. Fantastic
A prodigy student who helps lift the project of interdimensional travel and who develops the ability to stretch his body and every part of him like an elastic material.
Kate Mara as Susan Storm / Invisible Woman
Stepdaughter of Dr. Storm and stepsister of Johnny Storm. She possesses the ability to make herself invisible and can generate force fields.
Michael B. Jordan as Johnny Storm / Human Torch
The troubled son of Dr. Storm and Sue's stepbrother. He eventually develops the ability to set his body on fire.
Jamie Bell as Ben Grimm / The Thing
Reed's childhood friend and regarded as the "muscle". Ben eventually develops rock-covered skin and superhuman strength and stamina.
Toby Kebbell as Victor Von Doom / Dr. Doom
A genius prodigy like Richards who also goes on interdimensional travel with him and along with Johnny Storm and Ben Grimm.
Reg E. Cathey as Dr. Franklin Storm
Father of Johnny and Susan Storm and director of the Baxter Foundation. At the scene, he is killed by Doom.
Tim Blake Nelson as Harvey Allen
A scientist and facility supervisor and partner with Dr. Franklin Storm, and working for the government wanting to use the 4 as weapons of defense. He is also killed by Doom before Dr. Storm.