Unites' 'Fantastic Four 2: Annihilus' Treatment
After the events of the first instalment in FOX’s reboot of Marvel’s most beloved super hero family, the Fantastic Four will return in a brand new adventure wherein new enemies will rise and old friends will be back. This is my concept for the possible sequel of 'FANTASTIC 4'!
Stan Lee Reveals Least Favorite Marvel Movie Character; Talks More About Zendaya In SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING
Stan "The Man" Lee normally has nothing but good things to say about Marvel movies regardless of which studio they hail from, but he didn't like the way this particular character was portrayed back in 2005.
Kate Mara Is Willing To Return As Sue Storm For A FANTASTIC FOUR Sequel
While fans aren't exactly screaming for a sequel to Josh Trank's Fant4stic, another cast member has now expressed their desire to reprise their role, though maybe not in the exact same way...
TheNerdGuys Presents: Comic Book Movie Script Writing Contest!
Welcome to the first annual Comic Book Movie Script Writing Contest! A first ever for the site and hopefully won't be the last where I pit users in an exciting tournament to become the winner of a great grand prize, to what that grand prize is? Well click the link to find out more!
NON-COMIC BOOK REVIEW: War Dogs
We Have Yet To See Joanh Hill Tackle A Comic Book Role, However His Co-Star Miles Teller Just Attempted His Hand As Reed Richards In Josh Tranks Fantastic Four. Together Here In The True Story Of War Dogs How Does It Fair Out? Click For A Non-Comic Book Film Review!
FANTASTIC FOUR Screenwriter Jeremy Slater Reveals His Original Epic Plans For The Reboot
Fantastic Four screenwriter Jeremy Slater has shed some light on his original script for the reboot, confirming the presence of characters like Annihilus, Galactus, Mole Man, Silver Surfer, and more...
Miles Teller Says He Would Return As Reed Richards For FANTASTIC FOUR 2
While Josh Trank's Fantastic Four reboot ranks as one of the worst received superhero films ever made, Miles Teller says he would be open to returning for a sequel if the opportunity arose...
Inside TheNerdGuys Thoughts: Studio Interference, does it ruin movies?
Since the news was revealed of Suicide Squad having a troubled production, everyone is blaming the studios intrepid response by interfering with a directors vision for Suicide Squad. As right now, so many people believe the film is failing due to Warner Bros, but did Warners have good intentions? Are we looking at an overblown reaction towards any type of studio interference, or is there real clout?
Ranking the Fantastic Four Films
I give the Fantastic Four series my personal ranking touch. Come in and enjoy, wont you?
GOTG Vol. 2 Director James Gunn Confirms That The Film Rights To The Skrulls Are "Co-Owned"
While it's long been assumed that the film rights to the Skrulls lay with 20th Century Fox, James Gunn has seemingly revealed the details on the true ownership of the alien race...
Jessica Alba's New Swimsuit Photoshoot Will Make You Wish FANTASTIC FOUR Had Never Been Rebooted
Kate Mara (House of Cards) played Sue Storm in last year's Fantastic Four reboot, but the role belonged to Jessica Alba in the first two movies. This new photoshoot will make you wish she'd starred in a third...
Toby Kebbell Expresses FANTASTIC FOUR Frustrations; Says Josh Trank Cut A "Great" Film We'll Never See
Much of the blame for the mess that was Fantastic Four has been laid at the feet of director Josh Trank, but comments from Warcraft star Toby Kebbell (Doctor Doom) shed some new light on things...
Simon Kinberg Maintains That FANTASTIC FOUR Is A "Big Part" Of Fox's Marvel Plans Moving Forward
Like it or not, the rights to the Fantastic Four franchise clearly aren't going back to Marvel Studios any time soon. Simon Kinberg explains here what went wrong with the reboot and why they're trying again.
MovieCriticMike's FANTASTIC FOUR MCU Pitch
Let's face it: there hasn't ever been a good Fantastic Four movie. But would Marvel Studios be able to do the First Family justice? And if so, how?
FANTASTIC FOUR 2 Could Still Happen At Fox According To Producer/Writer Simon Kinberg
Say what? In what will no doubt be polarizing news for comic book fans around the world, executive producer Simon Kinberg has said that 20th Century Fox still has plans for a Fantastic Four sequel.