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Friday 25 July 2014

Saoirse Ronan for Fantastic Four?

Saoirse Ronan could star in the Fantastic Four reboot

Kit Harington and Saoirse Ronan are set to test for roles in the next Fantastic Four film, according to reports.

Sources told Variety that British Game Of Thrones star Kit, Jack O'Connell and Miles Teller are in line to get test offers to read for the role of Reed Richards, aka Mr Fantastic.

The Lovely Bones actress Saoirse Ronan and Kate Mara will test for Sue Storm, aka the Invisible Girl.

Chronicle actor Michael B Jordan could play Johnny Storm, aka the Human Torch, while Josh Trank is on board to direct the film.

Fantastic Four, a superhero film inspired by the Marvel Comics, was released in the US in 2005 starring Jessica Alba and Ioan Gruffudd.

A sequel, Fantastic Four: Rise Of The Silver Surfer, was released in 2007.

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