Danny Boyle Has No Interest In Helming A Comic Book Movie; "They’re Not My World At All"
Just as he recently dismissed the notion of directing a future instalment in the James Bond franchise, Danny Boyle has now said that he has very little interest in tackling a comic book movie either. He does however share his thoughts on Josh Trank's take on The Fantastic Four.
Talking to Collider to promote the release of the brilliant Trance, Danny Boyle has revealed that he has no interest at all in helming a comic book movie at any point in the near future. "No, I’m not a big fan actually," he told the site. "I was never a devotee of them. I kind of missed out on that really. I’m always amazed when I meet the people who love them." However, just because he doesn't want to helm one of them, that doesn't mean that the director of 127 Hours hasn't enjoyed at least one! "The superhero movie I loved was Chronicle. I met Josh Trank the other night and we did a Q&A together. He’s working on Fantastic Four and has great and wonderful plans for it. But they’re not my world at all. It doesn’t appeal to me at all." The seal of approval from Danny Boyle for Josh Trank's The Fantastic Four? Not bad at all! Be sure to sound off with your thoughts on these comments in the usual place.
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