"I’m still waiting for my first big Hollywood paycheck … maybe I’ll play a superhero." So said Miles Teller a mere one year ago (almost to the day) in an interview with NextMovie about his rollicking college comedy, “21 & Over.” Well, that superhero gig has come to pass, as Teller has just been cast as Reed Richards/Mr. Fantastic in director Josh Trank’s big-screen reboot of Marvel’s First Family, “The Fantastic Four.” That’s quite a fantastic (yep) birthday present for the young actor, who just turned 27. Hey @Miles_Teller, HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Keep being awesome! http://t.co/CfUU41xEKG #tbt pic.twitter.com/HKRJMBn0EV — Yahoo POP (@yahooPOP) February 20, 2014 Playing a superhero in a big Hollywood comic book movie also seems like the next logical step in the short yet remarkable film career of Miles Alexander Teller, a kid who grew up in “very small town Florida, like, 7,000 people.” Teller made his feature film debut four years ago in John Cameron Mitchell’s heartbreaking drama “Rabbit Hole” (2010), a role he got by blushing and quivering through his audition, making him “real,” according to his A-list co-star, Nicole Kidman.