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After much waiting, yesterday we got the first trailer for Josh Trank's new take on Marvel's first family, The Fantastic Four.
If you haven't seen the trailer, do so, and then watch our detailed dissection up above or read it down below.
As always, there might be some minor spoilers (especially if we're right), with us drawing on the source material, stuff Trank has said, and of course, good old-fashioned guesswork.
First off, before we get stuck in, there's one thing to keep front of mind when trying to unravel this trailer, and it's Reed's experiment.
Ivan Reitman has been talking about the forthcoming Ghostbusters reboot, explaining why he isn’t directing, and also why he thinks an all-female cast is the right way to go.
Reitman is promoting sports movie Draft Day – which hit DVD in the UK this week – and unfortunately we spoke to him a couple of hours before Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon were announced as the all-new Ghostbusters.