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1. Marvel Zombies
There still doesn’t seem to be a cure for the zombie craze that’s had a death grip on the entertainment world for the past half dozen years, and the "Fantastic Four" filmmakers might take that into consideration. It’s clear from the casting that this film is going after a young audience, an audience that still rewards AMC’s "The Walking Dead" with crazy ratings on a weekly basis. If "Ultimate Fantastic Four" really is the film’s inspiration, then they might be drawing from that series’ “Crossover” story arc, which introduced an alternate reality filled with zombified Marvel heroes. While Fox doesn’t have the rights to the entire Marvel Universe, this might be a smart way for them to show off exactly which characters they have the rights to, thus kicking off speculation about which of Fox’s heroes could get the non-zombie film treatment.