Click through for SCI FI Wire's exclusive interviews and discover why Sarah Polley think the film is a "Freudian nightmare,", why Adrien Brody found it "distrurning" and why Delphine Chaneac who brings the movies creep creature to live, feels it " just wants to be loved."
Does the Fantastic Four franchise really need rebooting? Twentieth Century Fox seems to think so, and the movie's next on the studio's plate following X-Men: First Class. After learning that the Thing was going to be CGI all the way and hearing rumours Alice Eve was up for the part of Sue Storm, we're now finding out that two major actors are up for the part of Mr. Fantastic.
Every actor has skeletons in their closet, movies so bad they wish they'd simply be forgotten. But Adrien Brody made a horror film with legendary Italian director Dario Argento—so why doesn't he want anyone to see it?
We've heard a lot about on the news lately about scientists creating synthetic life, but a new movie goes places you won't see on the news. Like, if the new life form is kind of attractive, would humans consider sleeping with it?