Watch the final trailer for Fantastic Four that debuted during Comic-Con

The upcoming Fantastic Four reboot has been overshadowed a bit by some of the other, higher-profile comic book movies coming to theaters over the next year or so, but with the film’s premiere just around the corner, 20th Century Fox is revving up promotion on the big-screen revival of Marvel Comics’ first family of superheroes. This week, the studio released the new trailer for Fantastic Four, which premiered during Comic-Con.

Filled with new footage, the latest preview features a young Reed Richards (played by Whiplash star Miles Teller) showing off his early aptitude for engineering and science via a teleportation experiment gone awry, then fast-forwards to the modern-day characters and the dimension-crossing journey that gave them superhuman abilities — for some, at the cost of their old lives. The trailer also hints at the threat facing the team from friend-turned-enemy Victor “Doom” Domashev.

Directed by Chronicle filmmaker Josh Trank, the film reportedly draws inspiration from Marvel’s 2004 series Ultimate Fantastic Four, which provided a contemporary reimagining of the superhero team and ran for 60 issues.

Along with Teller as the brilliant scientist Reed Richards, the film stars House of Cards actress Kate Mara as Sue Storm (a.k.a. The Invisible Woman), Fruitvale Station and Chronicle actor Michael B. Jordan as Johnny Storm (a.k.a. The Human Torch), and Billy Elliot actor Jamie Bell as Ben Grimm (a.k.a. The Thing). Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and Wrath of the Titans actor Toby Kebbell plays Victor Domashev, the man who will become the team’s greatest enemy, Dr. Doom.

The supporting cast for the film includes Reg E. Cathey (The Wire) as Dr. Franklin Storm and Tim Blake Nelson (The Incredible Hulk) as Harvey Elder. The screenplay for the film was penned by X-Men franchise screenwriter Simon Kinberg (X-Men: Days of Future Past).

Fantastic Four hits theaters August 7.

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