Comic writer Mark Millar has found himself as a rather big name in comic book movies recently. After all, it was his run on "Ultimate Fantastic Four" that heavily inspired Josh Trank's recent film; Captain America: Civil War will beShow More Summary
You may recall the somewhat controversial decision of Marvel Comics last year to pull the plug on the ongoing Fantastic Four comic book. The then-in-production Fantastic Four movie by Josh Trank was aiming to jump start the franchise, and there was a lot of talk about developing a shared universe between that, and the other […]
It's no secret. Fox's reboot of Fantastic Four, directed by Josh Trank, was a complete bomb on every level. Critics hated it. Fans loathed it. Oh, and only around 17 people saw the film. So it's no surprise when you hear industry people...Show More Summary
Kate Mara reveals how 'disappointed' she was in director Josh Trank's controversial tweets, and that it's 'unlikely' a sequel will happen.
Any way you slice it, Josh Trank‘s Fantastic Four was a bomb. Not only was it the second biggest flop of the summer, it got the worst reviews of any Marvel movie ever — from critics and audiences. And the film’s troubles began long before...Show More Summary
It’s been over a month since the release of Josh Trank‘s Fantastic Four, and fans are still shell shocked by the experience. In an age of near-over saturation of comic book movies, Fantastic Four was a rare misstep that managed to anger comic book fans, critics and regular old moviegoers. In fact, the reception for […]
I don’t think having a flying car or a lovable robot could have saved Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four movie, but by god, they definitely couldn’t have hurt. As it turns out, both H.E.R.B.I.E. and the FantastiCar were almost included in the film, and here’s the concept art to prove it. Read more...
While they wound up not being included in the final cut of the film, Josh Trank's Fantastic Four was originally going to feature two notable elements of the franchise's mythos: H.E.R.B.I.E., the superhero family's robot friend, and the flying vehicle known as the Fantasticar. Show More Summary
There’s been a lot of Monday-morning quarterbacking over just why the new Fantastic Four movie tanked so hard. (Or “Tranked” so hard, as director Josh Trank probably hopes his friends don’t say to him at dinner parties for the rest of his life.) Sure, we can all agree it’s pretty bad, with even the film’s director acknowledging that the movie blew. Show More Summary
When it comes to the on-screen failure of Josh Trank's Fantastic Four, there aren't enough fingers in the industry to use to point out the blame. Trank, Fox and the cast all took a beating in the weeks following the film's release, with...Show More Summary
The filmmaker's debacle could make him unhirable, but Hollywood history has shown there's a proven path to career recovery (just ask David O. Russell). read more
After nearly two weeks in theaters, Fantastic Four is a bonafide flop, both critically and commercially. What’s worse is that the film didn’t have to turn out that way. Around the same time that Josh Trank was hired as director,...Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES — Well, Galactus was coming. An early draft of Fantastic Four, written by original screenwriter Jeremy Slater and director Josh Trank, was chock-a-block with big, sweeping, international and inter-dimensional action set-pieces...Show More Summary
The bottomless well of Fantastic Four gossip just keeps on springing leaks: Today's juicy details involve one of Josh Trank's deleted scenes that controversially got cut from the final film. But it wasn't just more awkward flirting between Kata Mara and Miles Teller that Fox allegedly axed; it was an... More »
Fantastic Four should've been a much different movie. Thanks to a clash between Josh Trank and Fox â?? and Josh Trank and Miles Teller, if you believe such things â?? scenes were cut, reshot and slapped together to form the version we saw on the big screen. Show More Summary
Just in case you somehow managed to miss this fact, Fantastic Four was one epic-scale trainwreck. And that's not even regarding the movie, which was fairly brutalized by critics and largely ignored by audiences, we're talking about the production. Show More Summary
Fantastic Four Dir. Josh Trank [20th Century Fox Corporation; 2015] by Neurotic Monkey Rating: “What the hell happened?” That’s about all I could come up with after seeing the new Fantastic Four. Even though I went in ignorant aboutShow More Summary
More details come forward about the 'Fantastic Four' on-set tension between director Josh Trank and his leading man Miles Teller.
A scathing new report about the filming of "Fantastic Four" has provided some insight into how and why the underwhelming film -- which was widely panned and majorly flopped at the box office -- turned out the way it did, and it seems...Show More Summary
Han Solo is coming back to movie screens, and it won’t just be through the return of Harrison Ford to the role in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Lucasfilm is also developing a Star Wars Anthology movie focused on a younger Han Solo. And,...Show More Summary