Fantastic Four

Fantastic Four When an experimental space voyage goes awry, four people are changed by cosmic rays into the superheroes known as The Fantastic Four. Reed Richards, brilliant scientist, is transformed into the elastic Mr. Fantastic. His wife, Sue Storm, can now bend light and and produce force fields as The Invisible Woman. Sue's little brother Johnny Storm now has powers that match his fiery personality as The Human Torch. Pilot Benjamin Grimm, never much to look at, but now he is a monstrous Thing --completely covered by a rocky orange hide which makes him invunerable to harm and super-strong. Together, they become the Fantastic Four. A little known B-Movie by Roger Corman was produced in 1994 and went straight to video. Then, Fox made the best attempt at the big screen in 2005, with Ioan Gruffud, Jessica Alba, Michael Chiklis and Chris Evans, to be followed by a sequel Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer in 2007. Now it looks like we're in for a reboot in 2013.
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Comic book writer Mark Millar is a creative consultant for Fox, and he offers some insight here into why the Fantastic Four reboot didn't work and what he believes might be next for the franchise. He also addresses Steven Spielberg's recent comments about superhero movie fatigue... - JoshWilding
It's been a slow news week, so to bide your time during this calm before the hopeful storm, come check out former Fantastic Four & Sin City star Jessica Alba's latest photoshoot with SELF Magazine. The 34-year-old actress sure has come a long way since her days of turning invisible. - KingPatel
In a recent interview with GQ, Ryan Reynolds took a few minutes to share his thoughts on a variety of topics ranging from his upcoming film Deadpool, his return to superhero movies, his misstep with Green Lantern, the future of the Fantastic Four cast, and more! Come check it out! - KingPatel
Had enough of Fantastic Four yet? Even though I’m sure your answer to that question might be yes, hit the jump to check out a cool new batch of concept art for the film’s Planet Zero, that was created by conceptual artists, Annis Naeem and Jonas De Ro! Check it out! - NightWatcher
The Martian's Kate Mara still hasn't seen Josh Trank's critically panned Fantastic Four reboot, and it doesn't sound like she ever will! In the following video interview (in which she's joined by a couple of other Marvel actors), the actress takes its failure all in her stride... - JoshWilding
Don't get your hopes up for a Marvel reboot of the Fantastic Four franchise just yet! Writer and producer Simon Kinberg weighs in on plans for a sequel, and also looks back on disappointing fans with the first instalment as well as where he thinks it all went wrong... - JoshWilding
It's fair to say Josh Trank's Fantastic Four film hasn't gone down very well... with anyone. Regardless, actress Kate Mara (who played 'Sue Storm') still had a few positive things to say about her experience working on the movie in a new interview, one month after its release... - Minty
With the sucess of X-Men, Fox brought the original Marvel team to the big screen... but it was more of a DareDevil than an X-Men United. - Quick1029
Charles Soule and C.B. Cebulski hosted a panel at this years Fan Expo in Toronto and they opened up about Daredevil, The Fantastic Four, Wolverine and Thor, check it out after the jump.... - DrHankPym
By now, we know that at some point, Josh Trank's Fantastic Four was set to incorporate robot sidekick H.E.R.B.I.E. & the Fantasticar, but unfortunately neither made the final cut. Now, conceptual artist Fausto De Martini has shared his original designs for the two. Check it out! - KingPatel
Now that we officially know that Josh Trank's Fantastic Four is among the biggest flops in 2015, we look ahead to the sequel, in hope that it's really, really, really better than the first film. Who will helm the sequel? It seems as though Tommy Wiseau is interested... - NightWatcher
You don't need us to tell you that Fantastic Four is a flop, but where does it rank among the five biggest box office let downs of 2015's summer blockbuster season? Some of the releases here may just surprise you, but the place held by Josh Trank's reboot more than likely won't... - JoshWilding
Want to see what The Thing's infamous deleted scene looked like? Check out this clip! - Whiplashdynamo
In a recent interview with Larry King, Marvel legend & cameo king Stan Lee shared what he'd change about the world, teased his upcoming cameo in X-Men: Apocalypse, responded to Fantastic Four's tepid response, and talked Spider-Man, Chris Evans, & more! Check it out! - KingPatel
Here's your weekly box office recap - Fantastic Four has slipped out of the U.S. Top 10, Terminator: Genisys continues to dominate in China, and Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation is a top 3 film for the fifth week in a row! Come check it out & more updates now! - KingPatel
Everyone hates them, but which one makes the other look good by comparison? - Quick1029
Evidently undeterred by the complete disaster that was Fantastic Four, Human Torch actor Michael B. Jordan's next movie will also be based on a comic book - but one with a very different tone to Josh Trank's flick! Get the details after the jump... - RorMachine
Before she joined the DC Universe as Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad, Margot Robbie apparently tested for and came close to joining the 20th Century Fox's Fantastic Four disaster reboot. Hit the jump and check out what the beautiful says about dodging that bullet. - DCMarvelFreshman
Ahead of a jam packed 2016, this year has been relatively low key for superhero movies with only three major releases. Those were of course Avengers: Age of Ultron, Ant-Man, and Fantastic Four. What we want to know, is which of these did you like the most? - JoshWilding
We never got to see a flying car but this premiere concept art from the early stages of 2015's Fantastic Four movie go deeper into director Josh Trank's unaltered vision and his exciting concepts that were thrown in the garbage. Are you ready to be blown away? - Batarmor
Now that the FOX debacle has been thoroughly documented and revealed to the world, here are my ideas for casting and story telling going forward into the MCU. - EdmondDantes