Miles Teller, the actor who played the character of 'Mr. Fantastic' in the 2015 Fantastic Four remake, says it was really tough to get on with the criticism after the remake failed to live up to the expectations of fans worldwide.
Teller also said that, though he enjoyed working with the new team and casts, and given his best for the role, it was always difficult to live up to the fan's expectations.
"I wasn't starving to be a superhero. Although at the time - it was a couple of years ago - if you're a young man in this business, a part of you is saying, I need to get a Marvel project; I need to be a superhero, because you see all these actors you respect being put in that world," Teller said.
The actor also said that he would have never given a thought to do a Spider-Man, and enjoyed a lot being 'Mr. Fantastic' in the movie. He said that he would not wish the same to happen with another movie.
"I would not have wanted to be Spider-Man because I wouldn't want the whole thing riding on my shoulders. I enjoyed the ensemble element of Fantastic Four," he added.
"I wouldn't wish what happened to us on another movie. It's tough because there are such high expectations. Comic books mean so much to a lot of people." He concluded.