Kate Mara would be “Really Happy” to do a Fantastic Four Sequel!

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Kate Mara is interested to return as Sue Storm in a Fantastic Four sequel!

Despite having the Fantastic Four sequel removed from their timeline soon after the original movie was released, Simon Kinberg claimed that 20th Century Fox hasn't abandoned the project yet. He revealed that the studio still wants to bring back the 2015 reboot's cast for a sequel and that they are "working really hard on figuring that out".

Michael B. Jordan (The Human Torch) and Miles Teller (Mister Fantastic) have both expressed their willingness to return in a Fantastic Four sequel.

And now, Kate Mara, who portrayed The Invisible Woman in the Josh Trank flick, reveals that she, too, is open to the idea of coming back for a sequel, because she loves working with the cast and she loves playing Sue Storm. In a recent interview with IGN, the 33-year-old actress says:

I'd love to be a part of a Fantastic Four sequel or whatever they may or may not have in store for us. I know that all of the guys feel the same way, we love working with each other and we would love to actually play these characters in another way somehow in the future. I have no idea if that's actually true, if that will happen, but I would be really happy to do it.

You can check out the interview clip below!

If a Fantastic Four sequel indeed happens, Kinberg said that they would try to be "truer to the essence of the tone" of Marvel's first family. He admitted that they were "messing with the DNA of the actual comic" with the August 7, 2015 release.

Jeremy Slater, who wrote Fantastic Four's first "10-15 drafts" for Fox, stated a few days ago that he wanted to make the movie full of "humor, heart, and spectacle". However, director Trank had a different vision - he wanted to make it "grounded, gritty, and as realistic as possible".

Slater also revealed that his Fantastic Four script included iconic characters like Annihilus, Galactus, and Silver Surfer. But just one piece of dialogue from his script made it to the final product.

If Fox can make a Fantastic Four sequel in which they stay true to the comics, as they did with this year's Deadpool, I assume that the world might actually embrace it.

A Fantastic Four sequel - are you ready for it?

A Fantastic Four sequel – are you ready for it? (Photo Credit – Marvel Movies Wikia)

What do you think, though? Are you ready to watch a Fantastic Four sequel? Share via comments!

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