The official launch of Blue Origin, the space-faring project created by Amazon mogul Jeff Bezos is causing quite the buzz on social media and for all the right reasons. However, despite the momentous occasion, the internet still found a way to poke fun at Blue Origin's crew — Jef and Mark Bezos, Wally Funk, and Oliver Daemen.
Sure, everyone is celebrating the aerospace ship's successful ascension, but the launch also "launched" several memes and jokes online which are downright hilarious.
The space quartet also caught the attention of fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe after their group photo surfaced online moments before the said launch. Sporting blue and black uniforms, the viral image gave Marvel fans some serious Fantastic Four vibes, and quite frankly, it's hard to unsee.
Even popular digital artist BossLogic couldn't help but hop in on the bandwagon and "cast" Bezos, Funk, and Daemen as the MCU's First Family. Check it out here:
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Speaking of Reed Richards, Sue Storm, Johnny Storm, and Ben Grimm, it's obvious that Marvel Studios isn't in a hurry to introduce the First Family to the fold considering how stacked Phase Four currently is. However, we do know that the MCU's highly anticipated Fantastic Four
reboot will close out the franchise's current phase and if you've been keeping up with all things Marvel as of late, you're well aware that the studio has already planted the seeds for their eventual arrival to Earth-616 with Loki
marking the debut of Kang the Conqueror.
The F4 without a doubt is in good hands with Kevin Feige overseeing things and I can't wait for Marvel Studios to give us a proper live-action adaptation of one of the comic book's most iconic superteams. To say that I'm ecstatic is a huge understatement.Marvel Studios' Fantastic Four reboot is currently under development.
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