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He is portrayed by John Krasinski in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. He is voiced by Dee Bradley Baker in The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, Robin Atkin Downes in Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H., and Wally Wingert in Avengers Assemble.
Reed Richards is a founding member of the Illuminati, a collective of the most powerful and intellectual superheroes alive on Earth-838, a universe outside of the prime MCU reality (Earth-616).
When Doctor Strange of Earth-616 is arrested and brought forth before the Illuminati for risk of incursion, Richards shrugged aside Strange's warnings about the Scarlet Witch. He insisted that the greatest threat to the universe remained to be Doctor Strange of Earth-838, as he had caused an incursion while searching for a quick method to defeat Thanos. But when the Scarlet Witch of Earth-616 invaded the facility, Richards attempted to reason with her, noting of his own children that he loved. He only resorted to combat after witnessing her kill Black Bolt, but Richards was quickly shredded up and disposed of.
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Reed first appears helping Henry Pym analyze Princess Ravonna, seeking a way to save her.
When the Avengers Iron Man and Wasp come to visit at the Baxter Building, Doctor Doom kidnaps Sue and Wasp. The Avengers and Fantastic Four go to Latveria to rescue them, and after a fight Doom just lets them go. What Reed and the others don't know is that Doom has discovered Sue isn't the real one, but a Skrull imposter.
Reed and the rest of the Fantastic Four almost fell victims of the Skrull Sue imposter, but the real Sue somehow saves them.
Some time later, he was part of the Avengers' expanded team against Galactus.
- Mr. Fantastic marks the first time Dee Bradley Baker voiced a Marvel character since Marvel was purchased by Disney, he had previously voiced Young Keene Marlow in the 1990s Spider-Man TV series.
- John Krasinski is a fan of Marvel Comics and had lobbied to portray the character in Marvel Studios' Fantastic Four. He also hoped his wife Emily Blunt would also portray Susan Storm / Invisible Woman in the film.