We can probably stop sugar-coating it at this point: Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four was a straight-up bomb, and it seems even the film’s stars know it.
ET caught up with Sue Storm herself, actress Kate Mara, at the Toronto Film Festival over the weekend to talk about her latest movie, The Martian.
While sitting with fellow Marvel film actors Sebastian Stan (Captain America) and Michael Peña (Ant-Man), we couldn’t help but notice the superhero connection between the trio.
“Mine was the biggest success,” quipped Kate. “I just want to put it out there.”
When Sebastian admitted to he has yet to see the film, Kate quietly utters, “Neither did the rest of the world.”
Amid the film’s backlash, director Josh Trank tweeted (and quickly deleted) that he made a better cut of the movie – but Kate admits she has yet to see either version of the not-so-fantastic film.
“I didn't even see the one that's out there,” said Kate.
While they can’t all be winners, her next film, The Martian, is absolutely shaping up to be one.
“I've certainly been a part of movies that people are not very thrilled about,” said the 32-year-old actress. “So it's nice to be in something people love, that you loved working on.”
The Martian hits theaters Oct. 2.
ET also caught up with the film’s star, Matt Damon, at TIFF, who admitted his wife and kids don’t think he’s cool! Watch the interview below: