Looks Like 'Fantastic Four' Is In Great Hands, As 'Moon Knight' Producers Board The Production

Looks Like 'Fantastic Four' Is In Great Hands, As 'Moon Knight' Producers Board The Production
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The Disney + 'Moon Knight' series became such a huge hit, all the people involved in the production have a serious reputation now.

So, the announcement that two of the series' producers have been appointed to work on the upcoming Fantastic Four movie is certainly great news for fans of the Richards clan.

Marvel's production hierarchy is pretty clear, with Kevin Feige in charge of all the projects in development at the studio, and his faithful right-hand people Victoria Alonso and Luis D'Esposito overseeing day-to-day production. But there are also much smaller producers who act as executives on one project at a time, hiring directors, actors and screenwriters to bring the project to life. Two such producers are Grant Curtis and Nick Pepin, who just had success with 'Moon Knight ' and are ready to sink their teeth into a juicier project, the 'Fantastic Four' movie starring John Krasinski.

Speaking with Comicbook, 'Moon Knight' screenwriter Jeremy Slater said that his colleagues are definitely on board on the upcoming film and are already trying their best to bring the complex original vision of Marvel's first star team of superheroes to big screens around the world.

"My execs on Moon Knight are the same guys who are running Fantastic Four, so we had a lot of talks about it. I was like, I'm not going to pitch you for anything, because honestly you don't need my stink on it. Grant and Nick are amazing executives. They're going to find brilliant writers and brilliant directors. And they don't need my stink anywhere near that project," Slater said.

Slater seems confident that his loyal allies are perfect people for the job, and the trust of such an experienced screenwriter is certainly not easy to earn. If the producers take the trouble to solve any noncreative problem on the set of the upcoming film, fans will have peace of mind for the successful realization of Feige's vision for the Fantastic Four.