22 December 2006
The Silver Surfer surfaces in 'Fantastic Four' sequel
It's surf's up for next year's Fantastic Four sequel.
In June, the Silver Surfer jumps from page to screen in The Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer.
With computer-generated imagery techniques similar to those used to create Gollum in The Lord of the Rings, the slippery Surfer, voiced by Doug Jones, "will look somewhere between gun metal and fluid metallics so you can see the body motion, the breathing, the muscle tone, the mood," says Marvel Studios CEO Avi Arad.
The Surfer's mood is key to the story. After striking a deal with the evil Galactus to save his planet, the once-human Surfer wreaks havoc throughout the cosmos. "He is a highly emotional being, trapped inside fluid metal," Arad says.
Audiences will get a first look at the Silver Surfer this weekend in trailers before Night at the Museum.
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