Most of us are familiar with the Fantastic Four movie that was released back in 2005, and also the flop of a reboot that was released in 2015. However did you know that back in 1994 Marvel attempted to create a Fantastic Four movie that was never released? Well, it was never released until now, that is.


The movie was created more than 20 years ago where it featured Oley Sassone as the movie’s director, along with actors Alex Hyde-White as Reed Richards, Jay Underwood as Johnny Storm, Rebecca Staub as Su Storm, Michael Bailey Smith as Ben Grimm, and Joseph Culp as Victor Von Doom.

As expected from a movie back in the day where CGI wasn’t as prevalent or as refined compared to today’s flicks, this particular release looks pretty much as what you might expect from a superhero movie from back in the day. Of course this doesn’t necessarily make it a bad movie and we imagine that there are probably some who will actually enjoy it.

However it is still interesting to see how far such movies have come, where they are now bringing in hundreds of millions of dollars in ticket sales. That being said given that Disney’s acquisition of Fox is now underway, hopefully the next Fantastic Four reboot we see will do it justice it rightfully deserves. In the meantime if you want to check out the 1994 version, the full-length movie has been uploaded onto YouTube which you can check out for yourself in the video above.

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