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.
Josh Trank’s reboot of the Fantastic Four franchise will have “the found-footage feel” of his previous effort.
The director of 2005’s Fantastic Four and its sequel reflects on the tone of the current crop of comic-book adaptations.
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,”
Simon Kinberg says director Josh Trank’s franchise reboot is “grounded, real, gritty, and what it would really be like if you went through a transformation and lost control of your body.”
Writer/producer Simon Kinberg explains the problem with trying to relaunch the Fantastic Four franchise in the same cinematic universe as the X-Men.
Writer Simon Kinberg expects the film’s tone of the Fox reboot to fall “somewhere on the spectrum between Spider-Man and Chronicle.”
Acknowledging she doesn’t know much about the film or the source material, the Sue Storm actress says, “I think we’re making a very grounded version of a superhero film.”