We exclusively broke that Josh Trank's Fantastic Four was not going to be represented at this year's Comic Con, so no one was suspecting a photo to leak from the thus far compeltely locked down production. Much like how we saw raptors...Show More Summary
Even though the film will be in theaters everywhere by this time next year, the San Diego Comic Con presence of Josh Trank‘s Fantastic Four is exactly zero. But hey, not being in San Diego this weekend doesn’t mean you can’t make any news. To wit, there’s this leaked photo making the rounds tonight, and […]
Josh Trank's 'Fantastic Four' didn't make it to Comic-Con for the Fox panel, but we might have our first look at The Thing anyway. [...]
For all of you disappointed fans at Comic Con... Read the full article on AICN Hey Yo, Draven here. Fox didn’t show anything from Josh Trank’s upcoming reboot of FANTASTIC FOUR during their Comic Con panel today but for all of the disappointed...Show More Summary
The screenwriter and producer explains that Josh Trank’s “science adventure” takes its cues from Marvel comics, but not a particular run.
'Fantastic Four' star Michael B. Jordan talks about the movie's themes and how Josh Trank's directing style has developed since 'Chronicle'.
Not a lot has leaked out about Fantastic Four shooting down in Louisiana. Director Josh Trank either has a really good grip on things like set photos leaking...or it's something else entirely. Talking to MTV about his involvement with Sprite and the Sprite Films program, Michael B. Show More Summary
Director Josh Trank and the Fantastic Four have been quietly filming their big Marvel movie in Louisiana for the past few months. I say “quietly” for two reasons. One, we haven’t seen a lot of set photos of the stars in costume or anything. Show More Summary
Kate Mara doesn’t read comic books, doesn’t want to read comic books and won’t need to read comic books in order to play The Invisible Woman in Fox’s upcoming The Fantastic Four. That’s because director Josh Trank told the cast theyShow More Summary
The Invisible Woman explains she didn’t read any "Fantastic Four" comics because director Josh Trank told her the movie isn’t based on an existing story.
'Fantastic Four' star Kate Mara claims that Josh Trank's moivie reboot will not draw from ANY of the F4's comic book history to tell its story. Cue fanboy rage.
Josh Trank’s reboot of Fox's Fantastic Four franchise will have "the found-footage feel" of his previous effort.
Where can you get that lovable Rocket Raccoon doll? Is the cast of Avengers: Age of Ultron coming to Comic-Con? How does the president of Fox feel about Josh Trank‘s Fantastic Four? Is Jesse Eisenberg in Michigan to film Batman v Superman:...Show More Summary
There's no doubt that Josh Trank was brought on board the new Fantastic Four because his debut film project was a pretty successful take on young people coming to terms with superpowers. For better or worse, that sounds like exactly the direction the new movie is going in. Show More Summary
Josh Trank began making movies about superheroes in a much different way than most filmmakers. Rather than teaming up with a major studio and making a huge blockbuster based on a known property, Trank instead went the found footage route, introducing us to excellent actors like Dane DeHaan and Michael B. Show More Summary
Josh Trank‘s all-new, all-different Fantastic Four hits theaters everywhere next year, exactly 10 years after the first time a major Hollywood studio tried to make Marvel’s First Family, if not an Avengers level chart smasher then at least an X-Men par hit movie. But it wasn’t either. Despite getting enough grease to warrant a sequel, […]
The NWA biopic Straight Outta Compton ran into some serious trouble last month when Michael B. Jordan - who had been eyed to play a young Dr. Dre - had to walk away from the project due to his commitments to Josh Trank's upcoming Fantastic Four reboot. Show More Summary
Walt Disney just picked another budget-conscious master of on-screen action to helm a Star Wars spinoff title. Here's why Josh Trank is a perfect fit.
Though a lot of specific details about the new Star Wars movies are still clouded by the Dark Side—including whether or not the Millennium Falcon will appear in them—we can at least continue to take some solace in the fact that Disney seems dedicated to putting these films in the hands of actual Star Wars fans. Show More Summary
Why Watch? When we reported that Josh Trank would be directing a standalone Star Wars movie in the expanding universe, we included a found footage comedy short film he’d made which shows why you shouldn’t bring a lightsaber to a house party. Show More Summary