The Fantastic Five is a Phase Eight Marvelette Cinematic Universe film. It was released on February 25th, 2033, following Spider-Man: Superiority Complex and preceding Avengers vs X-Men. The film is directed by Alex Garland.
- John Krasinski as Reed Richards / Mister Fantastic
- Emily Blunt as Susan Storm-Richards / Invisible Woman
- Joe Keery as Johnny Storm / Human Torch
- Seth Rogen as Ben Grimm / Thing
- Chace Crawford as Galactic Ambassador Franklin Richards (First Appearance)
- Finn Wolfhard as Young Franklin Richards
- Mackenzie Davis as Valeria Richards
- Oscar Isaac as Victor von Doom / Doctor Doom
- Matt Smith as Nathaniel Richards / Kang the Conqueror (Death)
- Ben Schwartz as Owen Reece / Molecule Man (First Appearance)
- Anika Noni Rose as Alicia Masters
- Joe Taslim as Namor McKenzie / Sub-Mariner
- Jamie Clayton as Alyssa Moy (Death)
- Ellie Kemper as Darla Deering
- Alex Garland: Director
- Kid Marvelette: Executive Producer
- Kevin Feige: Executive Producer
- Nicole Perlman: Writer
- Jac Schaffer: Writer
- Trinh Tran: Producer
- Victoria Alonso: Producer
- Louis D'Esposito: Producer
- Mark Mothersbaugh: Composer
After Invisible Woman gives birth to her son, Franklin, the FF meet the future version of him, who is leading the Earth on the universal front, as he has joined his sister in hunting down the wanted criminal throughout time, Molecule Man.
- Chace Crawford appears as the future version of Franklin Richards. He previously appeared alongside Wolverine actor Karl Urban in the Amazon Prime original series The Boys, in which he played a character named the Deep, who is a pastiche of both Namor and DC's Aquaman. Namor also makes an appearance in this film.
- Seth Rogen also had a cameo in this series as himself, even making a joke about Cinematic Universes. He was also an Executive Producer.
- Alex Garland previously directed the film Annihilation, which starred Thor actress Natalie Portman, as well as Oscar Isaac, who plays Doctor Doom in this film. One of the previous Fantastic Four films was subtitled Annihilation.
- The mid-credits scene features Mister Fantastic and Invisible Woman taking baby Franklin into space to raise him away from the chaos of the Fantastic Four.