This new film series idea/fan cast is a reboot set in The Marvel Cinematic Universe, it follows the Fantastic Four ten years after the unfortunate incident and their untimely clash with Dr.Doom a mortal enemy of the team.
Here are the things I want to see in the Fantastic Four reboot.
"Come take a picture with Rock Man and Ability to be Invisible Person!" Arrested Development take swipes at FOX over the Fantastic Four rights dispute.
Despite confirming that nothing is official as of yet, Chronicle star Michael B. Jordan's response in this video interview to being asked about possibly reteaming with Josh Trank for The Fantastic Four is more than enough to safely assume he WILL indeed play Johnny Storm!
Work has begun on DOOMED: The Untold Story of Roger Corman’s THE FANTASTIC FOUR, a documentary which sets out to reveal the true story behind the "lost" Roger Corman film that was eventually leaked on VHS. Hit the jump for details about this very intriguing sounding project!
Addressing the controversial response to his possible casting as Johnny Storm in Josh Trank's reboot of Marvel's First Family, hit the jump and check out what Chronicle star Michael B. Jordan says!
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It sounds as if Josh Trank will be reuniting with Chronicle's Michael B. Jordan for The Fantastic Four as the African American actor who received acclaim for his role in that movie is said to be in talks to play Johnny Storm/The Human Torch. Read on for details!
We have our first official tidbit on potential casting for Fox's Fantastic Four reboot, as Girls star Allison Williams (who just landed her first major starring role in Rosaline) is reportedly on a shortlist (likely for Sue Storm/Invisible Woman) for the film.
Revealing a very different take on Marvel’s First Family, a potential logline has surfaced for Fox’s upcoming Fantastic Four reboot, directed by Chronicle helmer Josh Trank! Check it out after the jump!
It can be said that Stan Lee’s greatest creation is Marvel’s First Family. The success of which paved the way for Spider-Man, X-Men and the Hulk. Yet, fans have criticized previous movies as being subpar. Here is a formula that the reboot could follow to lead to a more favourable adaptation.
Filming details have surfaced for Fox's 2015 big-screen reboot of Marvel's First Family, The Fantastic Four, revealing the production's working title and principal photography's surprising start date.
In an interview with Collider about his new miniseries Spies Of Warsaw, the former Dr. Who is asked whether he might be interested in playing a superhero. Tennant reckon he might be getting a bit old for a lot of them, but might just fancy playing Mr Fantastic..
A Tweet from a Vancouver native which was backed up by OLV suggests that Fox's Fantastic Four reboot has entered pre-production for a September shoot in Canada. If this is on the level, surely casting announcements are not far away?
Nothing official for now, but a Tweet from former Variety staffer Jeff Sneider might suggest that the actor - who has just been announced as landing Michelangelo in Ninja Turtles - might also be in the running for a role in another upcoming reboot..
With light details on Josh Trank's direction for the new Marvel adaptation, a report has revealed that the Fantastic Four reboot has had its script polished by Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter scribe.
Hit the jump to check out Fantastic Four concept art of Dr. Doom and The Thing, created by artist Constantine Sekeris. It's early production artwork of character effects for Steve Johnson's company XFX.
News has been pretty quiet on the Fantastic Four front lately. However, Mark Millar has just tweeted that X-Men: First Class director, Matthew Vaughn, will be coming on board Josh Trank's reboot as a producer for the film.
Carlos Huante's intriguing character designs for the Fantastic Four's The Thing and Doctor Victor Von Doom, as well as X-Men: The Last Stand's Beast and Juggernaut. Check them out!
A must see! Check out a Doctor Doom test arm that was created by Steve Johnson's XFX studio during pre-production of a Fantastic Four movie, that would've had Nicolas Cage in the villainous role.
Fox's new Creative Consultant, comic book writer Mark Millar addresses the planned reboot of the studio's Fantastic Four property by young filmmaker Josh Trank. Says the film will have 'Ridley Scott moments.'
Mark Frost, is perhaps best known as a co-creator of Twin Peaks, with David Lynch, but he also dipped his toes in the comic book movie genre with screenwriting duties on both of director Tim Story and 20th Century Fox's Fantastic Four films. See what he had do say.
Official word is out that 20th Century Fox have slated their reboot of Marvel's First Family, the Fantastic Four, for release in the very year The Avengers 2, among other tentpoles, will hit! Check it out!
Earlier today we got some comments from Mark Millar about his his new role as Fox Marvel Movie Consultant. During another interview, Millar commented more on his role, and said that The Wolverine will be Fox's starting off point much like Iron Man was for Marvel.
While chatting on his new role as Marvel Movie Consultant, Mark Millar said that Fantastic Four director Josh Trank will be looking to use classic stories from the Jack Kirby and Stan Lee era for the movie.