The Fantastic Four are coming to the MCU. No, that’s not a typo. Kevin Feige confirmed as much during the blowout mega-movie announcement at Marvel’s SDCC 2019. Feige had one more ace up his sleeve, revealing in one big teaser that Fantastic Four is on the way, as well as mentioning Black Panther 2 and Captain Marvel 2. No word just yet on a movie nor, of course, any casting or release dates. It’s too early for all that, but the hype on the previously Fox-owned train will be going full steam ahead in the years to come. Fantastic Four has had a tough time of it in theaters over the years. Its original series (starring a pre-Cap Chris Evans) eventually fell by the wayside, and Josh Trank’s reboot was a certified box-office bomb. It’s left to Kevin Feige and Marvel Studios to pick up the pieces with Reed and Sur Richards, Johnny Storm, and The Thing. Disney, for those unaware, now own Marvel’s Fox superheroes to use in their own universe, including the Fantastic Four, X-Men, and Deadpool. Feige also teased “mutants” in his final address. Let’s leave that thread dangling there for a little while… Fantastic Four, however, is confirmed for the MCU. Rejoice! Don’t miss out on a single spine-tingling moment from SDCC with our complete look at the San Diego Comic Con 2019 schedule and our San Diego Comic Con 2019 trailers hub.