Fantastic Four Undergoes Changes Due to The Incredibles

by | December 27, 2004 | Comments

Cinescape.com is reporting that Pixar’s "The Incredibles" in causing major headaches for the makers of "Fantastic Four." According to their sources, "the entire third act of ‘Fantastic Four’ has undergone extensive changes as a result of Disney and Pixar’s CGI family film ‘The Incredibles.’ What happened was that "once the creative FF team saw the stretching effects of the ‘Incredibles’ character Elastigirl, the final battle we’re yet to see in ‘Fantastic Four’ needed to be beefed up, especially what the character of Mister Fantastic was slated to do." 20th Century Fox is reported to have ponied up an addition $20M to bolster the special effects and changes were made to the script "to distance the ‘Fantastic Four’ ending from that of ‘The Incredibles.’"

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