Mister Fantastic is not feeling too fantastic, y’all — and he’s making it very well known.
The actor tweeted his disapproval on Wednesday afternoon (Aug. 5), calling the magazine's promotion of its September cover story “misrepresenting.”
Teller’s “Fantastic Four” castmates Jamie Bell and Kate Mara soon came to his defense, tweeting their support for him and complimenting his character.
Esquire alludes to the 28-year-old’s so-called “d—ishness” throughout the story, including anecdotes about his beer-inspired bicep tattoo and his college obsession with smoking pot, as well as cringe-y quotes from Teller like, “I was thinking about that today, how I probably think I'm better-looking than the public thinks I am.”
The scathing piece begins, “You're sitting across from Miles Teller at the Luminary restaurant in Atlanta and trying to figure out if he's a di—,” and ultimately ends with, “He gives you a hug and goes off to contribute to the cache or catalog or canon or whatever the f—k you call it and charm the world with his di—ishness.”
Soo… yeah, we can kind of figure out why Miles might’ve responded like so: