A purported plot summary for director Josh Trank’s franchise reboot details Doom’s motives, and the origins of the Fantastic Four’s powers Updated!
Storyboard artist Darrin Denlinger reveals what could’ve been with a look at some sequences that never made it into the 2007 Fantastic Four sequel.
“I already know that people hate me for the fact that I’m playing Reed Richards and that we’re ruining their franchise,” the actor concedes.
The Human Torch actor reveals more about the costumes, and the tone, of director Josh Trank’s upcoming film.
The Johnny Storm actor recalls the first time he tried on the costume, saying, “it’s not until you get on set and put on those clothes that you become that person.”
The future Mr. Fantastic compares his foursome to the cast of the 2005 feature film, saying this reboot is “different in every way.”
Kinberg reveals he played a role in Trank joining the Star Wars franchise by recommending the Fantastic Four director to Lucasfilm.
Fantastic Four actress Kate Mara has finished filming her role in director Josh Trank’s franchise reboot.
The screenwriter and producer explains that Josh Trank’s “science adventure” takes its cues from Marvel comics, but not a particular run.
The Human Torch actor explains that in the franchise reboot, “We’re more or less a bunch of kids that had an accident and we have disabilities now that we have to cope with.”
The Invisible Woman explains she didn’t read any Fantastic Four comics because director Josh Trank told her the movie isn’t based on an existing story.