Fantastic Four’s Jessica Alba Would Love To Return To Marvel

Nearly 20 years ago, Jessica Alba co-starred in the first theatrically released Fantastic Four movie. Alba played Susan Storm aka the Invisible Woman in both the 2005 Fantastic Four and its 2007 sequel, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer. Although there’s a new Fantastic Four film on the horizon, Alba has revealed that she would love a chance to rejoin the world of Marvel.

“I loved those movies and [it] also changed my life, that series,” Alba told Entertainment Tonight. “No one has talked to me about [a return], but I would jump at the chance… I loved that character and I felt like she was so unique in the Marvel universe at the time. There weren’t kind of female superheroes like her.”

Alba elaborated on her admiration for Susan Storm in a separate interview with

“She was such a cool, inspiring character and ahead of her time, I would say, in the genre,” noted Alba. “And still, you still haven’t seen someone who is so nurturing and feminine, but then also a fearsome badass. I haven’t seen that combination again. And so I think she still fills this beautiful kind of space or void in the Marvel universe.”

Vanessa Kirby is stepping into the role of Susan Storm in the MCU’s upcoming Fantastic Four reboot. Marvel Studios’ Kevin Feige recently revealed that The Fantastic Four is set outside of the regular MCU timeline in a previously unseen corner of the multiverse. But given the return of several actors from 20th Century Fox’s X-Men movies in Deadpool and Wolverine, it’s not out of the question for Alba and other actors from the previous Fantastic Four movies to return in the future. The comic-book incarnation of the Fantastic Four have encountered themselves in parallel universes before. It would only be natural for that history to repeat itself in the MCU.

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