In a recent interview with Larry King, Marvel legend & cameo king Stan Lee shared what he'd change about the world, teased his upcoming cameo in X-Men: Apocalypse, responded to Fantastic Four's tepid response, and talked Spider-Man, Chris Evans, & more! Check it out!
Here's your weekly box office recap - Fantastic Four has slipped out of the U.S. Top 10, Terminator: Genisys continues to dominate in China, and Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation is a top 3 film for the fifth week in a row! Come check it out & more updates now!
Everyone hates them, but which one makes the other look good by comparison?
Evidently undeterred by the complete disaster that was Fantastic Four, Human Torch actor Michael B. Jordan's next movie will also be based on a comic book - but one with a very different tone to Josh Trank's flick! Get the details after the jump...
Before she joined the DC Universe as Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad, Margot Robbie apparently tested for and came close to joining the 20th Century Fox's Fantastic Four disaster reboot. Hit the jump and check out what the beautiful says about dodging that bullet.
Ahead of a jam packed 2016, this year has been relatively low key for superhero movies with only three major releases. Those were of course Avengers: Age of Ultron, Ant-Man, and Fantastic Four. What we want to know, is which of these did you like the most?
We never got to see a flying car but this premiere concept art from the early stages of 2015's Fantastic Four movie go deeper into director Josh Trank's unaltered vision and his exciting concepts that were thrown in the garbage. Are you ready to be blown away?
Now that the FOX debacle has been thoroughly documented and revealed to the world, here are my ideas for casting and story telling going forward into the MCU.
I review Josh Trank's Fant4stic. (WARNING: THIS LIST WILL CONTAIN SPOILERS. BUT LET'S BE HONEST, NONE OF YOU CARE)
Max Landis goes in-depth on Josh Trank - they haven't spoken since Chronicle (2012), on his version of Doctor Doom - 'He and Reed are best friends' and his failed sequel plans for Chronicle 2 - 'It's very dark. It's one of my better scripts.'
Here's your weekly box office recap - Tom Cruise's Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation has remained steady at #2 after four weeks, Terminator: Genisys has debuted big in China, and Jurassic World & Ant-Man both continue to perform well. Come check it out!
As Fantastic Four enters its third weekend, the reboot continues to be utterly humiliated thanks to its dismal performance at both the domestic and international box office. It's not Fox's only flop this weekend though, as Hitman: Agent 47 also crashed and burned...
It used to be the World's Greatest Comic Magazine, but right now It's the World's biggest Flop...What is so hard about bringing the FF to the Big screen?
Max Landis was recently a guest on Kumail Nanjiani & Emily Gordon's podcast (The Indoor Kids) and it was a fun episode. He talks about Batman, The Avengers, Spider-Man 2, and About 40 minutes into the podcast, the conversation turns towards his pitch for the Fantastic Four reboot
Depressed about how Fantastic Four turned out? Well, before Simon Kinberg rewrote the screenplay, Jeremy Slater's version would have given us Doctor Doom as a Latverian dictator, the arrival of Galactus (in his true form), and even the Mole Man! Hit the jump for details...
The latest entry in the Fantastic Four franchise may have came out two weeks ago. Nonetheless, this movie was such a train wreck that I felt the need to add my two cents.
The critical and financial failure of the Fantastic Four movie comes on the heels of the much discussed/rumored new tactic from Marvel Comics of pushing all Fox-owned properties to the background. Now, Marvel's First Family is losing its home as Spider-Man takes over.
A lengthy description of the scene which was supposed to take place featuring The Thing being dropped from that stealth bomber has surfaced, as have the shocking details about the clash between director Josh Trank and 20th Century Fox which led to it being cut...
The Comic Book Show gives you your weekly fix of comic book news, reviews, previews, and discussion. Hosts Jen, Jacqueline, Wes, Michael, and Lucas discuss the Fantastically horrible reviews for the new FF film, bit Supergirl and (Lady) Thor in a fight to the death, and so much more...
A look into this film and to truly see why it failed, as well as an analysis into the reaction of the fanbase.