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Fox have called on yet another writer to redraft their upcoming Fantastic Four movie. Josh Trank remains attached to direct, but don’t be surprised to see the March 2015 release date pushed back.
Chronicle 2 would have been called Martyr. Max Landis explains why.
The new Fantastic Four are shaping up to be a young bunch, but talented with it.
This would be the first African-American incarnation of Storm that I’m aware of, and one in a very short list on non-white big screen super heroes.
Can we expect Galactus, the Kree and the Skrull or even the Negative Zone?
Fox have left their notebook open on the Upcoming Release page. On purpose.
And does it still involve Matthew Vaughn?
X-Men, Fantastic Four and Dared… oh, not Daredevil. My bad.
Alternative Report Says Fox Won’t Trade Fantastic Four Villains With Marvel, Might Just Let Daredevil Rights Lapse
Josh Trank‘s reboot of The Fantastic Four is to be written by Jeremy Slater, the buzzed about, on-the-up scriptwriter behind the Lovecraft-infused Tape 4 and Jake Kasdan’s My Spy. According to THR, he’s just finalising his deal now. Neither of …
Just a quick update: Fox have wanted to have a Fantastic Four reboot for a good while, and more recently they’ve wanted Chronicle director Josh Trank to take charge of it. Well, they’ve now go their way and Deadline are …
Including my video interview with two of the film’s stars and a sample of ‘Pre Viz’ footage.
I won’t be crossing Bleeding Cool’s Brendon Connelly any time soon, not since I discovered that he has telekinetic powers to amaze and astound even the most hard-headed realist.
I’d guess Max Landis must eat 4000 calories a day just to keep functioning.
From the pre-release buzz on Chronicle, director Josh Trank was linked to Fantastic Four. Then after, the film’s release he was put in the frame with the in-development Venom movie. It’s not yet known if either of those conversations are …
I was surprised how little advanced excitement and anticipation there was in the geekosphere for Chronicle. Here was that thing so many nerds say they want: an original story, well told, with character and surprises, and a tone that deserved …
Once upon a time, Zombieland scriptwriters Paul Wernick & Rhett Reese were working on a screenplay for a Venom movie, spinning off the character alongside Sony’s main Spider-Man series. Then director Gary Ross became involved, before getting on board with …
I’ve been amazed that advanced buzz on Chronicle hasn’t snapped the needle, but it hasn’t. A shame, really, because I think a lot of people are going to like this film. And like it a lot, too. This final trailer, …