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First Full Trailer For Fantastic Four

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We’re fast running out of adjectives to describe Marvel’s recent cinematic output.

Though, by the looks of the first full trailer for Fantastic Four, we’re starting to believe the moniker might actually be underselling it...

Starring Miles Teller as the bendy one, Michael B Jordan as the blazing one, Kate Mara as the invisible one and Jamie Bell as the rubbley one, who we see teleport to an alternative dimension where they develop their respective super powers, the film looks nothing short of epic.

While the subplot isn’t exactly leftfield - myopic military types are soon haranguing the scientist and his young team to put their super powers to the test by helping to saving the earth (because when doesn't it need saving?) - the visuals are stunning, eclipsing what we've seen in numerous other comic book-to-celluloid efforts, including those previous and frankly forgettable Fantastic Four efforts.

You’ll have to wait until 6 August until it lands in cinemas, mind. Have a fantastic four months.

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