Emily Blunt says superhero genre is “exhausted,” says Fantastic Four cast rumor

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Since Disney’s takeover of 20th Century Fox, fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe have fan-cast the Fantastic Four’s inevitable appearance with Emily Blunt and husband John Krasinski, seemingly the most popular picks for Sue Storm and Storm’s husband Reed Richards, respectively.

Now, in an interview on The Howard Stern Show (via InsiderBlunt has addressed rumors that she has been approached about a role in Marvel’s Fantastic four film and gives her opinion on the superhero genre in general.

“It’s not like it’s under me,” said Blunt. “I love Iron Man and when I was offered Black Widow, I was obsessed with Iron Man, I wanted to go with Robert Downey Jr. work – it would have been great … but I don’t know if superhero movies are for me. They don’t fit my alley. I do not like them. Not really. It’s exhausted. We’re inundated – it’s not just all the movies, it’s the endless TV shows too. It’s not to say I would never want to play one, it should just be such a cool thing and a really cool character, and I’d be interested. “

Blunt continued to comment on the rumors linking her Fantastic four, to make it clear that it’s nothing more than “fan-castings”: “Nobody got a call. That’s just people saying,” Wouldn’t that be great? ” “

While Blunt may have cursed fans’ hopes in hopes that she and Krasinski will join the MCU as Invisible Woman and Mister Fantastic, you can see the pair in the upcoming horror sequel. A quiet place Part II which can be seen in theaters on May 28.

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