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And you’re going from “Insurgent” to “Fantastic Four.” How is that shaping up?
When I saw the sizzle trailer, that was the first I had seen of it. I saw that at the same time as everyone else, literally. I was excited about it. Because when you’re shooting a movie you can kind of get a sense of the tone of it from the director and how they’re directing it, but in terms of how you shoot it, the lighting and everything, you’re not aware of it. Because I’m just in a scene and I’m talking to another actor but the way he’s seeing it in his head, where it’s grittier or darker, I’m not acting grittier or darker. All that stuff comes in with the edit. So I’m excited by it. All the actors are really interesting in those parts and it should be fun. I hope people go on that ride with us. Because we’re making it our own, we’re taking a lot from the “Ultimate Fantastic Four” but I think we’re humanizing these characters in a way that’s never been done.
Are you excited to do the sequel? I’m assuming this is an origin story, so for the sequel you’ll be Mr. Fantastic from the get-go.
I mean, the more superhero stuff you get to do, the cooler it is. We’ll see what happens, but yes, absolutely, as the thing evolves they should start to materialize to the Fantastic Four people more readily associate with.