Hope for the development of "Fantastic Four 3" has once again being put out. Taking his turn to comment on the possibility of "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer" sequel being materialized, Michael Chiklis pointed out even further to MTV News suggesting that the movie project may not see the light after all.
"No one's really given it the kibosh to me, but the silence has been deafening. The fact that no one's mentioned it or asked a question says that, more than likely, that's not going to happen," he noted. "I know that both of them were tremendously successful from a box office standpoint, but we've all moved on into other areas and other films."
Nevertheless, unlike his co-star Chris Evans who insisted earlier that the third film won't be pursued, the actor, who played Ben Grimm in "Fantastic Four" and its sequel, won't call the movie 100% off. "I wouldn't go with Chris and put a port-mortem on it because you just never know," he said. "As long as a company has your signature in place and they have a right of first refusal, that right may be exercised."