‘A Quiet Place’ Director & Star John Krasinski Has Met with Marvel Studios About a Future Project

emily blunt john krasinski F4 banner2

John Krasinski and his wife Emily Blunt have been wanted by Marvel Studios for over a decade. John Krasinski was one of the finalists for the role of Captain America before the role went to Chris Evans. While Emily Blunt has been offered (and turned down) multiple roles in the MCU including Peggy Carter (alongside Krasinski), Black Widow, and most recently Sirsi in The Eternals.

Needless to say, the studio has wanted her for a variety of franchises within the MCU. However, after A Quiet Place was a massive success and brought the couple together on the same film many fans have begun fan-casting the duo to star in the Fantastic Four as on-screen couple Reed Richards and Sue Storm. This comes off Disney-Marvel purchased Fox Studios which brought Marvel’s First Family home.

Now according to Geeks World Wide, during this global pandemic with COVID-19 it seems John Krasinski has indeed met with Marvel Studios via remote meetings. While this doesn’t mean the studio met him specifically for Fantastic Four (which has yet to be given a release date); fans have already seen this has the first step to Krasinski joining the MCU. It should be noted it could be for any number of films they have yet to announce in their upcoming slates. Kransnsiki has also shown he can be a capable director with A Quiet Place; which would also be an option for the studio.

Fantastic Four has no set release date

| Editor-in-Chief of Knight Edge Media | Film & TV Reporter | Social Media Manager |

Caleb began his film and television news reporting career during high school in 2008 by creating Superhero Movie News and part-time writing on ComicBookMovie.com. Eventually, he started Omega Underground with Christopher Marc in 2015. Breaking some major news stories throughout the industry and gaining recognition as a respectable film reporter on social media. Caleb eventually sold Omega Underground and all its assets to Geeks World Wide, LLC in 2018 and became a staff writer for them for about a year. Finally, Caleb left GWW to begin Knight Edge Media from scratch in November 2019 while finishing his Bachelor’s degree. Knight Edge Media has become a premier website destination for nerdy film and television casting, trailers, reviews, and production updates from the project’s announcement to its final worldwide release. Knight Edge Media has also been known for breaking several exclusive news stories throughout the website’s history.

Throughout his film reporting career, Caleb Williams has been given full press credentials for many nerdy movie and TV conventions, including San Diego Comic-Con, Las Vegas CinemaCon, and Phoenix Fan Fusion. He also has early press access to many upcoming streaming projects for review on Knight Edge Media.

Related posts