‘Moon Knight’ Producers Already Working on Marvel Studios’ Long-Awaited Vision of the Comic

'Moon Knight' Producers Already Working on Marvel Studios' Long-Awaited Vision of the Comic

Grant Curtis and Nick Pepin from ‘Moon Knight’ (Moon Knight, 2022) have their next job with Marvel lined up. Series writer Jeremy Slater revealed to ComicBook.com that The two will soon tackle Marvel Studios’ highly anticipated Fantastic Four reboot.the first time that the founding house takes care of its property, after the failed attempts of Fox.

The starting gun

Slater revealed to the web that the long-awaited film of the family of mutant astronauts you already have producers assigned:

“My executive producers on ‘Moon Knight’ are the same ones who will be handling the Fantastic Four project, so we had a lot of conversations about it. I was like, ‘No, I don’t want to suggest anything I can think of to you, because honestly, you don’t need my help.’ stink over there.”

Slater’s statements not wanting to interfere are due to his previous link with the franchise, since hel had written the first draft of Josh Trank’s infamous ‘Fantastic 4’ moviealthough only one of its lines made it to the final assembly:

“I don’t think the failure of the Fantastic Four was my fault per se, because I barely have one line of dialogue in that movie, when Reed is about to do his science experiment as a kid, and he’s like, ‘Don’t blow up, I think I that’s the only line that stayed in my script and everything else changed. So I don’t want to hijack any of it, but I also know what happens if they announce, ‘Hey, we’re doing a Fantastic Four movie,’ all of Twitter is like, ‘Yay,’ and they’re like, ‘And the guy who wrote the previous one is repeating,’ and all of Twitter is like, ‘You idiots!’


Slater acknowledges that the project is now in the best hands:

“Grant and Nick are amazing producers. They’re going to find brilliant writers and directors. And they don’t need my stink anywhere near that project. I can’t wait to see it as a fan, but I just know that no one will accept a Jeremy movie.” Slater for a very good reason. If your Uber driver shows up and you’re like, ‘Oh, I saw that guy driving drunk last week,’ you can’t get in the car with him. I think there are some things I should probably stay away from. for the rest of my career.”


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