Explaining what appealed to him about the role of Reed Richards, Mr. Fantastic, actor Miles Teller praises the Fox/Marvel reboot's director, Josh Trank, as well as its "very human" script. Check it out!
With the recent cast revelation of Fox's Fantastic Four reboot, a lot of people were less than happy with both the casting of Michael B Jordan as Johnny Storm and the cast overall. The actor has a few words to say on the matter. Hit the jump to hear what he had to say!
The recent Fantastic Four casting news certainly shrouded scepticism over a project many already have written off as doomed. But is the choice of cast members better than initially thought? Hit the jump to find out!
In the latest issue of Empire magazine X-Men: First Class director Matthew Vaughn, who is also producing Josh Trank's Fantastic Four, promises that the reboot is not a comedy.
For a long time it was thought that Jordan's involvement in Josh Trank's Fantastic Four was just speculation. That was until this week when it was all confirmed. Many fans were excited about the news but some weren't too happy; this has caused quite a stir. Hit the jump to see Jordan's response to the doubtful fans.
Check out my thoughts on the new cast of Josh Trank's The Fantastic Four, focuses mainly on Miles Teller as Reed Richards, Read, Comment thoughts and like!
We're back in what feels like familiar territory with the (not really) surprise casting of Michael B Jordan as Johnny Storm.
Less than 24 hours after Hollywood trades revealed that Kate Mara was in final talks to play Sue Storm, MTV spoke with the actress about The Fantastic Four and Michael B. Jordan playing her brother.
It appears director Josh Trank and Fox have found The Fantastic Four leads, with reports that English actor Jamie Bell is poised for Ben Grimm, while three previously mentioned names are nearing deals
Chronicle star Michael B. Jordan has long been rumored for the role of Johnny Storm/The Human Torch in the upcoming 2015 Fantastic Four reboot. Shaun Robinson from Access Hollywood recently sat down with the star to discuss the ongoing rumors. Hear what he has to say after the jump.
We only hear about the Fantastic Four reboot when Josh Trank is denying the latest casting rumor, or a purportedly "fake" synopsis that had 20th Century Fox's lawyers in such a tizzy. So, it comes as no surprise that Trank has "debunked" THR's female Dr. Doom rumor.
Just recently, the panel at AMC Theatres Entertainment Company gave a rather indifferent update on the script for Josh Trank's Fantastic Four reboot, which is reportedly done and casting news should hit the web soon. Come check it out!
After a promising update from director Josh Trank yesterday, a new list of actors testing for roles in The Fantastic Four have been revealed; including our first candidate for The Thing! The hunt is also on for a big name star to play Doctor Doom, although he may be a she in the reboot...
Chronicle director Josh Trank has confirmed that his Twitter account is indeed the real deal, and goes on the record to fully debunk the plot rumours which resurfaced today, saying that the only thing they got right was the name of the characters! Hit the jump for details.
20th Century Fox has been asking websites to remove a purported synopsis about their upcoming Fantastic Four reboot. Same synopsis that director Josh Trank "debunked" just a few weeks ago.
Yesterday, I and much of the internet almost had a meltdown, as the website Movies.com reported that Josh Gad, who voiced Olaf the snowman in Frozen, was being considered for the role of Ben Grimm/The Thing in Josh Trank's Fantastic Four reboot.
Take a break from all those X-Men covers with a nice juicy rumor! According to Movies.com, Gad (Thanks For Sharing) is Fox Studios' "number one choice" to play the ever-lovin blue-eyed Thing in Josh Trank's reboot. Click on for the details.
Thought that Josh Trank's take on The Fantastic Four was dead? Think again. A new report confirms that the script is finished and the roles of Mister Fantastic and The Invisible Woman will be filled by the end of the month. Hit the jump for further details!
Production on Josh Trank's reboot for Marvel's First Family may be in shambles, but the actor who's reportedly the top Mr. Fantastic contender implies he's still in the running or already has the part.
Now that we have confirmation of a 60's era young Hank Pym, Marvel Studios needs the FF more than ever. Imagine this, my fellow CBMers...