It may be the truth or not, it’s sometimes best to just shut up. Especially before the premier date.
The lowest box-office result for a big-budgeted Super-hero movie. Even lower than the ‘Green Hornet’.
Did Matthew Vaughn co-directed with Josh Trank for the Fantastic Four?
After Super Hero News reported that a source close to Fox Studios reported to them that another director was hired to make re-shoots for Fantastic Four, Josh Trank immediately tweeted to make things straight. [Read more…]
Fox Studios collaborated with MovieStudios.com to make a funny video to promote the film and the online movie ticketing website. Check out the heroes showing off their skills and a new practical hero emerges.
There hasn’t been any revealing news from the film, aside that they have released the second trailer last April 19 and they posted character profiles on the film’s website (which actually garnered a lot of criticism on Reed’s profile).
The recent interview by MTV doesn’t offer any news either but it’s nice to know that the main cast: Miles Teller, Kate Mara, Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Bell are having fun with host Josh Horowitz and slightly poking fun at their movie. [Read more…]
Whether some of us may like it or not, we are certainly getting a Black ‘Human Torch.’ [Read more…]
Miles Teller’s new superhero movie, a reboot of the Fantastic Four, will premiere next summer and he promises that it will be better than the 2005 version because of one thing: Realism. [Read more…]
Important news for the fans of the PlayStation 2 game ‘ Shadow of the Colossus’, there is a new director for its movie adaptation since Josh Trank has other movie commitments. [Read more…]
Kate Mara tweets with thanks to her fantastic guy pals as Josh Trank‘s Fantastic 4 wraps up. We’re not entirely sure whether the whole movie has indeed wrapped up or only Mara has finished shooting her scenes.
But one thing’s pretty certain, the super foursome looks like they had a great time sporting grins and pouts on Mara’s tweet pic. [Read more…]
The Chronicle and Fox’s Fantastic Four reboot director, Josh Trank, is set to direct a stand-alone Star Wars film. After announcing Gareth Edward’s involvement to helm the first stand-alone Star Wars flick last month, Disney and Lucasfilm just added Trank to their creative slate.
Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy states in the press release [Read more…]