Invisible Girl Makes Some Sequel Promises

by | April 7, 2006 | Comments

IGN FilmForce informs us that Ms. Jessica Alba recently spoke to MTV about what we can expect from the upcoming Fantastic Four 2, and the gal promises a new villain, more action, and … a better movie.

"Dr. Doom won’t be the villain this time, and Alba was not at liberty to reveal who the sequel’s nemesis will be. However, she advised those FF fans who disliked the first film, "We’re making the right changes."

"It’s gonna be an amped-up version, this next one. It’s gonna be faster, and it’s gonna be a more intense story line that kind of references the comic a bit more," Alba said, adding, "Maybe [we’ll have] the Fantastic Car, which I’m excited about.""

So far all we know is that the fantastic five are returning: Alba as Invisible Girl, Ioan Gruffudd as Mr. Stretchy, Chris Evans as Fire Dude, Michael Chiklis as Rock Man, and Tim Story as The Director. Production is supposed to begin later this year.

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