Doom finds out that the four have acquired powers and becomes angry it's not him, so he comes up with a plan to break into the Baxter Building to access the N-Zone through the rebuild machine. As a distraction, he reprograms a bunch of stolen military drones, the “Doombots”, to attack the building. The four come together as a team for the first time and save people.
Doom appears to be the envious type based on his reactions in this sequence. This could be very interesting as our introverted villain exposes himself to the N-Zone to have powers of his own.
Doom activates the machine and gets technopathy powers or something, basically energy blasts and making machines obey to him, and a fight ensues. The machine goes critical, and, in order to prevent it from exploding and destroying the city, the four push into it and Storm shuts it off.
“Technopathy powers or something?” This is the part which makes me doubt the script’s authenticity.
There's a countdown before it reaches critical mass. Inside the N-Zone, the four battle Doom again, and manage to leave him trapped there after he disfigures himself soaking up too much power. The Four manage to escape, but Ben gets the blunt of it to protect Reed and can't switch back.
Sounds good here especially the part where Ben sacrificed himself to protect his best friend.
The machine is destroyed, Doom is gone, the four have learned to work as a team, and Reed vows to find a cure for Ben. And it ends there.
All’s well that ends well just like in all of your superhero movies. Of course, the moment the script gets into the hands of the director during shooting, things can definitely change.
But what do you think? Is the script genuine and is it a movie that you would like to watch now after reading the script? Let us know in the comments below!
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