Julia Garner has reportedly boarded 'The Fantastic Four'.

Julia Garner has landed an iconic role in the Marvel world

Julia Garner has landed an iconic role in the Marvel world

The 30-year-old 'Ozark' star is to play Shalla-Bal, a version of the character Silver Surfer, from the Marvel Comics, sources told Deadline.

The cast have already been getting to know one another in a group chat.

Ebon Moss Bachrach recently revealed he and co-stars Pedro Pascal, Joseph Quinn and Vanessa Kirby are already getting to know each other before they start shooting the movie.

He told chat show host Jimmy Kimmel: "Pedro started a group text a couple days ago. I have his number, so it says Pedro Pascal, and then there’s two +44 [the U.K. country code] numbers. I don’t know which one’s Vanessa and which one is Joseph. But everybody said something! Everyone’s put a little image or a sticker or a GIF or something out there, so people are invested, I guess? No one’s being coy! Everyone showed up. It’s nice, it’s nice."

Ebon, 47, will play Ben Grimm/The Thing, Pedro, 49, is set to portray Reed Richards/Mr. Fantastic with Vanessa Kirby, 35, as Sue Storm/The Invisible Woman and Joseph Quinn, 26, as Johnny Storm/The Human Torch.

'The Bear' star also revealed how he first heard he had landed a part in the Marvel movie.

He said: "I got a call from my agent — and I wasn’t thinking about work at all because writers were striking and then actors were probably going to strike — and he said, ‘Yeah, they asked you to play The Thing'.

"And I remember, because I was right on Fifth Avenue and 21st Street [in New York City], and I was so shocked, and I was walking, and the next thing I was right in front of Astor Wines. So, I went in and bought a bunch of mezcal."

'WandaVision' director Matt Shakman is helming the flick from Josh Friedman, Jeff Kaplan and Ian Springer's script.

The film has a release date of July 25, 2025, with production due to begin the coming months.