We can all agree that Fantastic Four was far from great, a CG-saturated mess with a few good character moments eclipsed by all those rumors about Josh Trank. And while Fox has taken the sequel off the table (for now), there’s at least one person who’d be down to return for Fantastic Four 2: Michael B. Jordan. Continue reading…
I’m surprised it took this long for Screen Junkies Honest Trailers to take a crack at Josh Trank‘s Fantastic Four. Well, rightfully we should call it Fox‘s Fantastic Four. Trank opted out of taking any credit for this movie once it hit theater screens. Now this may seem like beating a dead horse, we’ve all […]
One of the year’s biggest disappointments, not just for audiences but for 20th Century Fox, was the reboot of Fantastic Four from director Josh Trank. The new adaptation of Marvel’s first family was an absolute mess and not even in a way that was fun to laugh at because it was so bad. Show More Summary
HONEST TRAILERS takes a shot at Josh Trank's FANTASTIC FOUR reboot, with predictable results.
Fox, obviously hoping to quietly put the whole summer blockbuster boondoggle that was Josh Trank‘s Fantastic Four behind them, removed the planned 2017 sequel from their upcoming schedule. You might expect that would be it, but we’re not going to let them get away with it. At least not quietly. You might remember this tweet […]
20th Century Fox As reported by Comicbook.com and confirmed by Box Office Mojo's trusty release slate schedule, Fantastic Four 2 is officially no longer on the release calendar. The sequel to Josh Trank's franchise reboot was planned to open on June 9, 2017, well before the first film actually opened. But as you presumably know, [...]
There are many things wrong with Josh Trank's Fantastic Four (almost all contained in the last half of the film), but one thing that the production definitely got right was the look of Ben Grimm a.k.a. The Thing. Created with performance...Show More Summary
In the wake of Fantastic Four being a critical and financial bomb, the fallout was vast. Amidst a storm of rumors and reports of behind the scenes problems, director Josh Trank was removed, or perhaps left, the standalone Star Wars movie he was supposed to helm next. Show More Summary
Due the fallout and reported behind the scenes trouble on the reboot of Fantastic Four, director Josh Trank ended up being removed from the next installment of the spin-off series of films, each now known as A Star Wars Story. The film was rumored to focus on Boba Fett, but it has now been pushed […] The post Rumor: Michael B. Show More Summary
The founder of Genre Films also discusses how Ridley Scott wasn't the first choice the direct 'Martian' and whether he'd work with director Josh Trank again. read more
Writer/producer Simon Kinberg discusses Fox's infamous superhero film, what went wrong and whether he'd work with Josh Trank again.
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