Director Tim Story Comments On FANTASTIC FOUR Reboot
Tim Story, who directed 2005 film Fantastic Four and its sequel Rise of the Silver Surfer, talks about the upcoming reboot of the franchise as well as what he would like to see in the new adaptation. Check it out...
Back in April, Black Film had a chance to interview Tim Story for his new film Think Like a Man. He was also asked about Fantastic Four, what he thinks of the upcoming reboot and what would he like to see in that one. As you know, Story directed the two previous Fantastic Four films, so it's interesting to see what he has to say. More below:
"I knew that would happen. It’s inevitable. I was part of a franchise where the guy who’s going to do the next one will do 2 or 3 films and someone else will come in when they reinvent it again. I literally can’t wait to see the next one because you want to see what they do with it. It’s all good. It’s about commerce and the also the industry that we are in."
As for what storyline he would like to see in the reboot, he added:
"I would like to see ‘The Ultimate Fantastic Four,’ where they use the young kids who don’t go up in space. Reed Richards builds this thing and creates an ultimate universe and that’s how they get their powers. In my opinion, that would be amazing."
Story seems quite enthusiastic about the new film, that's for sure. Both Fantastic Four and Rise of the Silver Surfer were solid box office hits for the studio, and with Chronicle director Josh Trank helming the reboot, we'll see how things go from here.
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