Emily Blunt is the bearer of bad news for Marvel Cinematic Universe fans. It does not appear that she or her husband, John Krasinski, will join the cast of the Fantastic Four.
On Wednesday, Blunt premiered on The Howard Stern Show and belied any fan’s future hopes of becoming Invisible Woman on the MCU reboot. “No, this is a fan cast, no one has received any phone calls,” Blunt said. “People just say,‘ Wouldn’t that be great? “and that’s it.”
The actress also explained that playing a superhero is not for her, and added that she does not know “if superhero movies are for me. They are not in my alley. I don’t like them. I really don’t do it. “
It’s not the first time Blunt has turned down a superhero role. Some fans might recall that the actress was offered the role of Black Widow in Iron Man 2 before Scarlett Johansson was finally cast. Blunt was, in fact, the producer’s first choice, but due to some contractual disputes with Gulliver’s Travels, it had to decline. And since then, the actress A Quiet Place has not wanted to be a superhero.
When Stern asked her if playing superhero roles was beneath her, Blunt hurried to close the notion and added that she would have played Black Widow if the opportunity was available. “I love Iron Man and when I was offered Black Widow, I was obsessed with Iron Man,” she said. “I wanted to work with Robert Downey Jr. it would have been fantastic.”
And while Blunt says he won’t be in the remake of the Fantastic Four, he may be in a superhero movie or TV show in the future: “I’d be interested.”
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