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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Y'know that new image of The Thing from Fox's F4 reboot? Yeah, the colour didn't seem right...
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The twitter feed for Justified Films and Entertainment have posted what may be the first look at The Thing from Josh Trank's Fantastic Four reboot. Come check this out!
Commenting once again on a potential Fantastic Four/X-Men movie, Fox's Marvel producer/writer talks in-depth about Josh Trank's reboot, not adapting specific comic book storyline, and more.
Hit the jump to check out a new "Everything Wrong" with nitpicky video from Cinema Sins. This one focuses on Tim Story's Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer.
Here is a interesting glimpse at concept art for the Fantastic Four movies.
Here is a glimpse of the late Michael France's Fantastic Four screenplay. Does this script hold up to the comics?
CinemaSins has released the latest installment in their ongoing "Everything Wrong With" series, this time choosing to put Tim Story's Fantastic Four under the microscope. The film starred Chris Evans, Jessica Alba, Ioan Gruffudd, and Michael Chiklis in the leads. Check it out!
Michael B. Jordan sat down with MTV and talked about the upcoming Fantastic Four film. He says 'It’s not your typical superhero film'. He also discusses more regarding the director, comic-con, etc. Hit the like button below!
Does this script capture the spirit of the World’s Greatest Comics Magazine? When it comes to film adaptations, the Fantastic Four are a tough nut to crack.
Kate Mara, who will play Invisible Woman in Josh Trank's Fantastic Four, recently discussed the upcoming film in an interview. It appeared from her comments that the movie would not be based on the comics, but that was not actually what she meant. Hit the jump for clarification.
In an interview with Esquire México, the lovely Kate Mara chatted about her role in the upcoming Josh Trank-directed Fantastic Four reboot. Without giving anything away, she may have revealed a bit about which direction the plot may go. Check it out!
Has the rumour that the cast of The Fantastic Four are coming to this year's Comic-Con already been debunked? Well, unless Fox are planning on surprising us, the Marvel foursome aren't mentioned in their official press release. However, it does include Agent 47 and more...
Twentieth Century Fox stole the show last year when they brought the cast of X-men: Days of Future Past to the San Diego Comic-Con, and now a reliable source reports that the cast of The Fantastic Four will indeed be in attendance later this month. Hit the jump for details!
An alternate time. An alternate world. While in space investigating a storm of cosmic rays, Reed Richards and his team of explorers are accidentally exposed. Barely escaping with their lives, the four soon discover that they have been imbued with incredible powers. Together as a family, they decide to become the world's newest superhero team: the Fantastic Four.
Fantastic Four #6 was a decent Original Sin tie-in with a pretty good cliffhanger, although there quite a few dramatic moments the writers missed that could've added to the story. Hit the jump for the full review.
In a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Emma Watts revealed a few tidbits about Josh Trank's Fantastic Four reboot as well as Bryan Singer's allegations and whether or not he'll helm X-Men: Apocalypse. Hit the jump!
An alternate time. An alternate world. While in space investigating a storm of cosmic rays, Reed Richards and his team of explorers are accidentally exposed. Barely escaping with their lives, the four soon discover that they have been imbued with incredible powers. Together as a family, they decide to become the world's newest superhero team: the Fantastic Four.
Possibly revealing a nod to the Ultimate Marvel universe, "Baxter Institute" signage has been spotted on The Fantastic Four set, which also references to Marvel's First Family's base of operations.
In this article I try to understand what Fox's plan is for the impending Fantastic Four reboot film. Might it be good, might it be bad? Click the jump to read my thoughts.
Come see Cinema Sin's newest "Everything Wrong With" video in which they tackle 'The Fantastic Four' director Josh Trank's first film, the sleeper superhero hit, Chronicle.
Tim Story talked a lot about his version of the Fantastic Four with Screencrush, as well as Josh Trank's reboot. Check out his thoughts on finally seeing a reboot in the works, and what he feels is the weakest point in his series.
A local news report from WBRZ features the transformation of the Fantastic Four set, as Baton Rouge, Louisiana was decorated to look like NYC. Filming took place last night. No stars were reportedly on hand, but extras were seen wearing winter clothes.
Shots fired! While filming has already commenced for the controversial Fantastic Four reboot, the epic racial debates continue across all message boards, including those owned by John Byrne who wrote, penciled & inked Fantastic Four comics for five years. Hit the jump to read his thoughts on the matter.