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Josh Trank was a buzzy director coming off his indie sci-fi hit Chronicle, which is how he landed the epic train wreck Fantastic Four. HIs next project was rumored to be a Star Wars spinoff focused on Boba Fett, and it was this close to happening.
According to actor Toby Kebbell, there was a very different Fantastic Four that never made it to movie screens.
Well, we tried, but Fox seems intent on making another Fantastic Four movie.
Check out these dynamic unused posters for Fantastic Four by Dave Rapoza.
Though the story is a complicated one, there’s no denying Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four reboot was a muddled mess of a movie. So, what does the man tasked with developing a sequel have to say?
We all know the awfulness of the final product that is Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four, but what might the film have looked liked before the wheels fell off amid a mountain of rewrites and budget cuts?
Anyone who actually braved the brutal reviews to watch Fantastic Four in theaters was probably left wondering — wasn’t there a cool-looking action scene in the trailers that never made it on screen?
Josh Trank is not the first filmmaker to make the leap from small to big movies and fall short.
Things might get even uglier as the fallout over the failure of Fantastic Four continues.
If there’s anyone who has a unique angle on the fiasco that is Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four, it’s his former collaborator, Max Landis. So, what does Landis make of this whole mess?
Can a movie studio's interference go too far? In the case of director Josh Trank's Fantastic Four, apparently so.
The dramatic dust over Fantastic Four has settled and now we take a look at some important lessons we can learn from its failure.
Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four reboot is taking a critical beating this weekend, and now the director has fired back a response. So who’s to blame for this super-mess?
The movie opens next week, and now Fox has finally revealed the first clip from Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four reboot. Want to see?
Josh Trank’s Fantastic 4 reboot puts a different spin on the classic origin, so the studio has put together a fascinating new promo to break down the real science behind what causes those superpowers.