EXCLUSIVE: Josh Trank, who is next directing Tom Hardy in Fonzo, the feature film about the final days of mobster Al Capone, has just signed with CAA, who is repping the U.S. distribution rights for the film along with WME Global. Trank...Show More Summary
Congratulations are in order for Kate Mara, Jamie Bell, and all four fans of 2015's Fantastic Four. Mara and Bell, who co-starred in Josh Trank's ill-fated reboot, are engaged; the two have been dating publicly since 2015. Bell has a son from his previous marriage to Evan Rachel Wood. We ... More »
For a while it was assumed that the long touted standalone Boba Fett film would never materialize. Back in June, 2014, Josh Trank was confirmed as its director, but less than a year later the filmmaker had left the project. It was rumored that the poor critical response to Fantastic Four, and Josh Trank’s attack... Show More Summary
We recently got some juice on the whole falling out that took place between Josh Trank and Lucasfilm, and how he was SO close to announcing a Star Wars Bounty Hunter that would've centered on fan-favorite character Boba Fett. Rumor has it he was even prepared to show a sizzle reel for the film at a Star Wars fan event. Show More Summary
Miles Teller is opening up about the, well, less than fantastic reception to last year’s Fantastic Four. The 20th Century Fox comic book blockbuster, based on Marvel’s first family, was derided by critics, shunned by audiences and hampered by rumors of on-set issues with director Josh Trank. Show More Summary
A year or so back, we were looking at three Star Wars standalone movies hitting movie screens
One of the standalone Star Wars movies was supposed to be a Boba Fett adventure, but when Josh Trank exited as director, that project was put in limbo. As it turns out, Lucasfilm was further along on it than previously believed.
Disney and Lucasfilm had a Boba Fett sizzle reel ready to go for Star Wars Celebration 2015, but had to cancel it after Josh Trank was fired.
Josh Trank's canceled spinoff film revealed as a Boba Fett vehicle.
Back in 2015, Lucasfilm almost announced an official Boba Fett movie, complete with teaser trailer. Read more...
The past couple of years have been pretty rough on Josh Trank. After his career got off to a spectacular start with 2012’s Chronicle, he flamed out with his sophomore effort, Fantastic Four, and seemingly did himself no favors by bad-mouthing his own movie. Show More Summary
Tom Hardy certainly has a penchant for choosing extreme film roles — his latest Antarctic drama about Ernest Shackleton is no exception — so it's only natural that he'd want to take his talents to the gritty Prohibition Era. (In fact, he already tried to a few years ago.) Deadline ... More »
It’s been a year since Chronicle director Josh Trank’s career potentially flamed off with the high-profile superhero flop Fantastic Four. Now Trank is back, writing and directing on a project that’s decidedly closer to his low-budget roots: a story about the final days of notorious gangster Al Capone, with Tom Hardy in the leading role. Show More Summary
Tom Hardy is attached to play all-time American gangster Al Capone in Fonzo, a new project written and to be directed by Josh Trank. Russell Ackerman and John Schoenfelder of Addictive Pictures and Lawrence Bender are producing the pic, which centers on Capone in the final days of his life. Show More Summary
New film will follow an aging, haunted version of America's most famous gangster.
Tom Hardy will play Al Capone in a new biopic to be written and directed by disgraced Fantastic Four director Josh Trank.
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The sad tale of 2015's Fantastic Four is well-documented; Decried by director Josh Trank on the eve of its release, the movie - which had all the telltale signs of studio interference - was met with an overwhelmingly negative reception from critics and general audiences alike
There are a lot of reasons the 2015 version of Fantastic Four failed. But one of them might have been cutting all of the elements of the original story idea’s massive and completely bonkers battles. Read more...
Although it’s been established that the 2015 Fantastic Four reboot was a joyless mess of a film, there’s still some intrigue about its production. There’s Josh Trank’s theory that he actually made a “fantastic” one that somehow disappeared on its way to wide release, which is supported by Doctor Doom himself, Toby Kebbell. Show More Summary