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It looks like an official synopsis has appeared on Rotten Tomatoes and without giving away any major spoilers, reveals the plot of next year's The Fantastic Four. Hit the jump and give it a read because after-all, it credits Fox as the author...
Every news about the new Fantastic Four reboot seems to upset the fans even more, but what does Marvel think about the movie at this point? Well, we might have the answer in the new Punisher issue from last week.
Over the past few days, a very detailed synopsis has started doing the rounds which seemingly reveals the plot of The Fantastic Four in its entirety. While it's more than likely just a piece of convincing fan-fiction, it still makes for a pretty interesting read. Check it out!
There's been a lot of controversy surrounding the decision to cancel the Fantastic Four comic book in what many claim is a move to hurt next summer's The Fantastic Four movie. Here's what both Disney Chairman Alan Horn and Fox CEO Jim Gianopulos had to say about the matter...
A lot of fans are upset at the direction FOX is taking the new Fantastic Four movie. I have the perfect solution by changing the director and actors. Hit the jump and check out these scintillating upgrades!
Some seemed to think the Dawn of the Planet Of The Apes actor was joking around when he spilled the details of Josh Trank's new take on Dr. Doom, but he confirms it all in another video interview with IGN. Kebbell also talks a bit more about the voice he'll be using for the character..
With Spider-man and the X-Men firmly placed in this alternate universe, it's time to take a trip through the looking glass at what could be done with the Fantastic Four if Marvel were to get the rights back.
While doing press for Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Toby Kebbell ("Warcraft"), shared some details with Collider about his role as the villainous Doctor Doom in Josh Trank's The Fantastic Four reboot that are bound to annoy fans.
Is Marvel's Fox lockout real or something else is going on?
Yesterday, Film Sketchr posted storyboards of unused scenes for Tim Story's Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, and today, they've posted storyboards that are a bit different from the theatrical versions.
The All-New Marvel NOW! incarnations of the Fantastic Four introduced new red and black costumes, but a new preview of an upcoming issues sees the team return to an updated version of the classic blue design! It's all part of the rebuilding phase after the downfall of the FF...
Film Sketchr has gotten their hands on some remarkable Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer artwork that storyboard artist Darrin Denlinger created for Tim Story's film. These unused scenes feature the Fantasticar, Doombots and rescue missions.
The Fantastic Four finished shooting quite some time ago, but Simon Kinberg has now weighed in on why they're waiting and whether or not he knows when we'll get our first look. We also have an interview with Miles Teller where he talks about why the reboot isn't beholden to the fans...
With all that's happening with the Fantastic Four. The movies, the reboot, and the cancellation of the comic book. I have here a list of reasons why this franchise is better off back home at Marvel.
Recent news would dictate that Marvel is indeed bringing their F4 and X-men comics to an end in the near future. Is it a smart move by the company or will it just hurt them further? Hit the jump to see two sides to the argument...
The latest from Miles Teller on The Fantastic Four has the 'Reed Richards' actor discuss the preconceived hate towards him and the rebooted Fox/Marvel franchise's "mature" direction. Check it out!
Michael B. Jordan has said that The Fantastic Four won't be decked out in "cheesy superhero outfits" in Josh Trank's upcoming reboot, but the Chronicle star now shares some more details on the "gritty" movie and the "containment suits" the team will don. Hit the jump for details!
Despite past claims that the worlds of the X-Men and Fantastic Four will be kept separate for the time being, writer and producer Simon Kinberg talks here about the chances of bringing the two teams together. The good news? It definitely sounds as if the idea is on the table...
In 2015, the Fantastic Four will be no more! Orders from high up have resulted in Marvel bringing an end to the team in a bid to not promote the upcoming movie. The decision seems nonsensical (won't a new movie encourage people to read their comics?), but more details can be found here...
"You are discovering the characters at the same time they are discovering themselves," says Michael B. Jordan of The Fantastic Four in the latest Q&A where he also dishes on his costume and more.
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