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.
Starting off a fresh new segment for CBM readers called MrSotoMan Pitches, our first pitch for the week will be none other than Fantastic Four. With fans having such a horrible reception to the new movie before release, I thought it would be great to add what I would do with the franchise. Take a look with me!
Another neat new TV spot from Fox's upcoming Fantastic Four has been released featuring more snippets of great new footage! The spot starts off with a quick look at Reed Richards' childhood before giving us a sneak peek at the super-powered family in action! Come check it out!
Could we see Bryan Singer shepard Fox's cinematic universe? That's the word on the geek-street anyway. A new report claims the plan is for Singer to take over from Josh Trank on Fantastic Four 2, and then helm that X-Men/FF crossover we've been hearing so many rumors about...
Most of us on this website love Marvel movies. However we are all aware that they aren’t perfect. Therefore here is a five part miniseries of a comedic look on the many problems of the marvel movies.
We've seen quite a bit from Fantastic Four, but not a whole lot of the foursome demonstrating their abilities. See Mr. Fantastic stretching, Invisible Woman hovering in her force field, Human Torch flaming on and the Thing... clobberin'! There's also a brief new glimpse of Doctor Doom...
Hit the jump and check out the latest cross-promotion for the reboot of Marvel's First Family in Fantastic Four which has a Denny's commercial featuring The Thing (Jamie Bell) and his own breakfast burgers.
20th Century Fox has given us another look at Miles Teller (Whiplash) and Kate Mara (House of Cards) as the future Mr. Fantastic and Invisible Woman, respectively, in a fresh new promo image for Josh Trank's Fantastic Four. Take a look after the jump.
The first trailers for Josh Trank's Fantastic Four haven't exactly been heavy on action, but the director teases a "massive" clash between the heroes and Victor Domashev/Doctor Doom in this new interview. Writer Simon Kinberg meanwhile weighs in on why the reboot might be a tough sell...
Kate Mara (House Of Cards) will play Sue Storm/Invisible Woman in Josh Trank's upcoming Fantastic Four reboot, but she was far from transparent for this recent Esquire photoshoot. Click on to check out some snaps, but be warned, they are most definitely NSFW!
This new TV promo for Josh Trank's Fantastic Four reboot mostly reuses previously seen footage, but there are a couple of new shots - including our first (face-on) live-action look at the team assembled with the fully CGI Thing. Click on to take a look...
This latest TV promo for Josh Trank's upcoming Fantastic Four reboot contains a few snippets of new footage, and features some great shots of Michael B. Jordan "flaming on" as Johnny Storm/the Human Torch. The movie also stars Miles Teller, Kate Mara, and Jamie Bell. Click on to take a look...
New Television spot for Fantastic Four and Kanye's back too!
Whether it's his size, possible lack of blue eyes, or the fact that he's not wearing his trademark blue pants, the Fantastic Four reboot's Thing has come under a lot of scrutiny. Well, we get a great look at him and the rest of the team in this cool new live-action promo image...
With just over month before Marvel's First Family returns to the big-screen, 20th Century Fox has just released an new television promo in anticipation of Fantastic Four, revealing some cool new footage.
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Promotion for Fantastic Four is kicking into high gear with these new limited-edition Crush soda cans which feature a new look at the The Thing, The Invisible Woman, Mr. Fantastic, and the Human Torch.
I, like many, am not trilled with the looks of the upcoming reboot by Fox. So, if by chance Marvel ever regains the rights or if they make a deal with Fox, I threw together a fancast for Marvel's first family in the MCU. Check it out.
This new promo for Josh Trank's upcoming Fantastic Four reboot takes a slightly different approach! Rather than featuring any footage from the movie, we get a BTS glimpse of Jamie Bell, Kate Mara, Michael B. Jordan, and Miles Teller as they prepare for a magazine photoshoot...
A statue of The Thing from Josh Trank's upcoming Fantastic Four reboot has been spotted, and if his appearance here is anything to go by, the character won't be wearing any pants in the movie! Click on to check it out, and don't worry - there's nothing to see... there!
The official Fantastic Four Twitter account has just released the latest TV promo for the Josh Trank directed reboot, which aired during the NBA finals. There's quite a bit of new footage and dialogue from the Human Torch (Michael B. Jordan), Invisible Woman (Kate Mara), and more...
Teasing their transformation from military pawns to the superheroes from the comics we all know and love, the latest image from Josh Trank's Fantastic Four reboot features Mister Fantastic, Invisible Woman, and The Human Torch all ready for action. Check it out...
Fox Sports has created special ad in partnership with the Fantastic Four.
Fox owns the rights to the Fantastic Four Franchise's while Marvel owns pretty much everything else. Spider-Man has recently returned back home to Marvel and that begs the question: Can Marvel and FOX come together to work a deal on the F4? Maybe, maybe not, but its fun to speculate. Here's my pitch on how they would fit into the MCU.
Reminding us there are only two months left before the reboot of Marvel's First Family arrives, Fox has just released this short and sweet Fantastic Four video, without much new footage. Check it out
Fantastic Four director Josh Trank reveals what he says is the real reason he decided not to direct that second Star Wars Anthology movie, while also addressing reports about his behaviour on set and his rumoured falling out with writer and producer Simon Kinberg...