Josh Trank’s reboot of the Fantastic Four franchise will have “the found-footage feel” of his previous effort.
It turns out the Fantastic Four director already paid a visit to a galaxy far, far away, with short called “Stabbing at Leia’s 22nd Birthday,”
Chronicle screenwriter Max Landis provides details of the sequel script that Fox executives rejected. He ended up leaving the planned follow-up to last year’s hit found-footage film.
According to filmmaker John Landis, father of Chronicle screenwriter Max Landis, his son’s script for the planned sequel to the found-footage superpowers hit wasn’t really what Fox was looking for.
Six months after it began circling the 28-year-old director of Chronicle, Fox has officially set Josh Trank to helm the reboot of its Fantastic Four reboot. Production could begin as early as next spring.
Chronicle director Josh Track, who’s been mentioned in connection to Venom and the Fantastic Four reboot, has signed on for the Sony adaptation of the Shadow of the Colossus video game.
This week, Chronicle flies into your house, causing all sorts of collateral damage, Qui-Gon Jinn takes on a pack of direwolves (sorta), and John Malkovich gets worked like a cheap puppet. Plus: Grant Morrison gets freaky.
Riding high from the box-office success of his low-budget superpower movie Chronicle, director Josh Trank has struck a deal with Warner Bros. to develop its adaptation of Soviet-themed military fantasy comic The Red Star.
Initially pegged as a sure bet to helm Fox’s Fantastic Four reboot, Chronicle director Josh Trank is now reportedly in negotiations with Sony to tackle to the long-gestating Spider-Man spinoff Venom.