After Disney's acquisition of 20th Century Fox, all Marvel enthusiasts were wondering when would Kevin Feige announce the inclusion of the Fantastic 4 in the United Cinematic Universe (UCM), as at the present, the film is progressing at a snail's pace.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Marvel Studios has hired a new writer to edit the script from the Fantastic 4 film, and this is none other than Josh Friedman, the writer who wrote Avatar: The Sense of Water.
The PlayStation disappointment of The Fantastic 4, back in 1997.
According to reports on the internet, Jeff Kaplan and Ian Springer wrote the first script for Mr. Fantastic, which is well-known for their witty humor; hence, Disney has hired Friedman to give the film a more science fiction feel.
In addition to being the producer of the Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles television series, Well Friedman has also acted in the sequels to Terminator: Dark Fate and Avatar.
The United Nations Commercial Committee (UCM) is a "fundamental foundation."
As Phase 6 of Marvel's Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania approaches, Kevin Feige is already revealing what Sue Storm and Reed Richards' arrival will bring to the UCM.
"We have planned that the Fantastic Four become a key component of the UCM," said Marvel Studios' president during a press conference.