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Fantastic Four (6-Jul-2005)

Director: Tim Story

Writers: Michael France; Mark Frost; Simon Kinberg

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Sci-Fi, Superheroes, Comic Book, Invisibility, Mutants, Explosions

Comic book-inspired superhero flick follows a group of astronauts as they use superpowers gained from a cosmic incident to square off against an evil villain.

Based on the Marvel Comics characters created by Jack Kirby and Stan Lee. Four astronauts develop fantastical superpowers after traveling through an evolution-triggering cloud of cosmic energy on a private research mission, leading to the transformation of their private lives in ways both incredible and unfortunate. Unbeknownst to the team, dubbed the "Fantastic Four" by the media for their public acts of strength and greatness, mission sponsor and well-off entrepreneur Victor von Doom has undergone curious transformations of his own, ones that lead him to seek revenge against the Four as archenemy Doctor Doom when his personal changes bring him face to face with the failure of his business and potential financial ruin.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Andrew Airlie
18-Sep-1961   Capt. Ballard on Breaker High
Jessica Alba
28-Apr-1981   Dark Angel
Michael Chiklis
30-Aug-1963   The Shield
Chris Evans
13-Jun-1981   The Fantastic Four
Lorena Gale
9-May-1958 21-Jun-2009 Je me souviens
Ioan Gruffudd
6-Oct-1973   Horatio Hornblower
Laurie Holden
17-Dec-1972   Silent Hill
Stan Lee
28-Dec-1922   Created Spider-Man and The Hulk
Hamish Linklater
7-Jul-1976   The New Adventures of Old Christine
Julian McMahon
27-Jul-1968   Dr. Christian Troy on Nip/Tuck
Maria Menounos
8-Jun-1978   Entertainment Tonight
Kerry Washington
31-Jan-1977   Scandal


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