Washington Waits for "Fantastic Four" Final Cut

by | March 12, 2007 | Comments

While other "Fantastic Four" actors have spilled plenty about the upcoming "Rise of the Silver Surfer," Kerry Washington was reluctant to talk, only because she’s learned from experience not to count on anything.

"We’ll see," said Washington. "In the first one there was a lot more that didn’t wind up in the film so I’m curious to see how much winds up in this one."

Washington still plays The Thing’s blind girlfriend, and with the new Thing suit allowing Michael Chiklis to slip out of it between takes, the actress got to bond more with her costar. "More than ever before, yeah, definitely which was fun because I like Michael a lot. He’s a sweetie."

She’s got the blind act down, thanks to costarring with Jamie Foxx in "Ray." "I just basically did what he does. I was like, ‘I don’t have to do research. I’ll just do what Jamie did.’"

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