Is Mila Kunis Playing Invisible Woman? Actress Recently Met with Fantastic Four Director

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The last couple of weeks has seen the emergence of actors all rumored to be in contention for the Reed Richards role in Marvel Studios' Fantastic Four reboot. Now, it looks like the Sue Storm campaign has officially begun and one actress is currently sparking speculation that she'll breathe life into Earth-616's version of Invisible Woman.

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Mila Kunis was recently spotted with Fantastic Four director Matt Shakman at a restaurant in Los Angeles (via Mail Online) and naturally, it led a lot of fans to believe that the two met to discuss the That '90s Show star's potential involvement in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Coincidentally, the WandaVision director gave MCU diehards an update this week regarding the film's production status, as well as the wild casting rumors that have been circulating for quite some time now.

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Of course, it just might be a casual get-together between the two but with Shakman currently attached to the reboot, the idea that he's recruiting Kunis for the film isn't all that farfetched, especially with the project rumored to kickstart filming in early 2024 at the earliest.

And I gotta say, with the recent rumors claiming Marvel Studios is looking to diversify their version of the First Family, Mila certainly fits the bill. There are also reports circulating that the studio plans to introduce an already-established Fantastic Four to the MCU instead of going the origin route and casting younger actors.

Of course, nothing has officially been set in stone so I guess we'll just have to wait for the official casting announcements to be made.

Marvel Studios' Fantastic Four reboot is slated for theatrical release on February 14, 2025.

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