Casting rumors for Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four point to Chronicle star Michael B. Jordan as a favorite to play the Human Torch and Girls actress Allison Williams shortlisted for the role of the Invisible Woman.
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Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Slayer author Seth Grahame-Smith has finished his polish of Fox’s 2015 Fantastic Four reboot, which is being directed by Chronicle‘s Josh Trank.
Fox creative consultant Mark Millar announced this afternoon that X-Men: First Class director Matthew Vaughn will be producing Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four reboot, which opens March 6, 2015.
Championing Josh Trank’s upcoming Fantastic Four reboot, Fox consultant Mark Millar insists there are moments in the film “that are actually gonna be phenomenal on screen and stuff you haven’t seen in a superhero movie before.”
Fox has staked out March 6, 2015, for the opening of Chronicle director Josh Trank’s reboot of the studio’s Fantastic Four franchise.
Mark Millar recently talked about his new role as Fox’s Marvel creative consultant and offered his take on the studio’s upcoming slate: The Wolverine, X-Men: End of Days and the Fantastic Four reboot.
Only days after locking in Chronicle director Josh Trank to helm Fantastic Four, Fox is finalizing a deal with up-and-coming writer Jeremy Slater to pen the franchise reboot.
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.
Fox has tapped David James Kelly to rewrite the script for director David Slade’s Daredevil, based on the influential 1986 “Born Again” storyline by Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli.
Finally, some good news for Disney in a year that’s seen John Carter bring some ridiculously heavy clouds to the skies over the Magic Kingdom just for being a (relative) flop: Marvel’s The Avengers looks like it’s going to be a big hit, with pre-release tracking giving it an opening weekend of somewhere in the region of $125 million. Impressive? Sure. But also, just maybe a little low…?
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.