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Fantastic Four's cast shows no faith, expects bad reviews

The cast of the new Fantastic Four is showing surprising lack of faith in the film. Miles Teller doesn't expect the Josh Trank directed film to do well with the critics and Kate Mara reveals that none of the cast has even seen the final film yet.

hollywood Updated: Aug 04, 2015 16:56 IST
The new Fantastic Four stare into Doom. (20th Century Fox)
The new Fantastic Four stare into Doom. (20th Century Fox)

The cast of Fantastic Four is out promoting their new film, but interestingly, they are promoting a film they haven't seen yet and apparently have very little faith in.



It's only a matter of days before the reboot hits cinemas both sides of the Atlantic, but Miles Teller, Kate Mara, Jamie Bell and Michael B Jordan are still in the dark about the finished product, reported BBC Newsbeat.



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"I'm going to try to see it opening night with a real audience," Mara said.



Critics have not been given the chance to see the film ahead of its release, which is often seen as a sign that bad reviews are to be expected.



Asked if he wants to prove the critics wrong, Teller said, "We haven't seen the film either. Rarely are films of this size critically well-received.



"This is not a movie we're going to go on (review website) Rotten Tomatoes and it's going to be at 80 or 90 per cent.



http://www.hindustantimes.com/Images/popup/2015/8/fantasticfour4.jpgProducer Simon Kinberg reassures us, "I am proud of it," he says. "It’s not a disaster."



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Here is the final, four-minute-long trailer, featuring a special post credits appearance