Mara places the blame for the movie’s failings largely on the shoulders of director Josh Trank saying that he engaged in “power dynamic” politics behind the camera.
"Those aren’t the values I stand for in my own life. Those weren’t the values then or ever for me," Josh Trank said. "Because I’m somebody who always talks about standing up for what I believe in, even if it means burning my career out."
Trank wanted a Black star to play Sue Storm, but said in a recent interview he got "heavy pushback" from the studio. "I should have just walked."
From Fantastic Four Funko Pop figures to customized Adidas kicks, here's a sneak peek at the best on display at NYCC.
Marvel Studios unveiled its most ambitious and diverse phase yet at San Diego Comic-Con.
Disney could incorporate Wolverine and the Fantastic Four into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, or reboot the franchises entirely.
Ryan Reynolds, Hugh Jackman, and others chime in on the deal that will reunite the Marvel Universe and bring "The Simpsons" alongside Disney princesses.
Disney’s $52.4 billion agreement to buy 21st Century Fox’s entertainment assets is good news for fanboys and fangirls. The company was quick to tout that the pact “provides Disney with the opportunity to reunite the X-Men, Fantastic Four, and Deadpool with the Marvel family under one roof and create richer, more complex worlds of inter-related […]
'Legion' creator Noah Hawley made announcement at TV show's San Diego Comic-Con panel; the character is the chief antagonist of Marvel's Fantastic Four
Some intriguing speculation swirling around Disney’s D23 Expo in Anaheim this weekend suggested that, after a pair of false-start franchises at Fox, the Fantastic Four could be joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe (and specifically, in the upcoming super-ensemble Avengers: Infinity War). Plus we’ve already heard there are something like 32 major characters in Infinity War. Marvel chief Kevin Feige put all the buzzing to bed, though, when Yahoo Movies caught up with him at D23 Expo.
Stan Lee wasn’t the only Lee to play a role in Marvel Comics and Marvel TV shows. Joan Lee may have been crucial to Marvel history, in fact.
Mark Ruffalo is set to return as the Hulk in the upcoming Thor: Ragnarok when that gets released in November 2017. But before he played that incredible character, Ruffalo tried out for another comic book mainstay — the arch nemesis of the Fantastic Four aka Victor von Doom aka Dr. Doom. That’s right, Ruffalo auditioned for the part in the never-officially-released 1994 version of the franchise produced by B-movie legend Roger Corman.
The making of 2015’s Fantastic Four has always been more interesting than the actual movie. A day before it was released, Director Josh Trank disavowed the final version of the film. Days after it started its unceremonious run in theaters, the Hollywood Reporter shared details of a tumultuous set that placed blame on Trank.
Why the 1994 film was made — and why it was meant to never see the light of day, even though the filmmakers had no idea their work was for naught
Director took a break from filming the Marvel sequel in Atlanta this weekend to host a live Facebook chat in which he responded to fan questions and revealed some interesting tidbits about the next chapter in the Star-Lord saga.
Schadenfreude: German for the immense joy of watching a bad movie trip over itself. With plenty of high-profile films in 2015 that failed to ignite the box office, captivate viewers, or both, there’s an opportunity to make an end of the year “worst of” list that’s not just another mean-spirited takedown. After all, why not let the movies speak for themselves?
While promoting Fantastic Four, stars Kate Mara, Michael B. Jordan, and Jamie Bell sat down for a radio Q&A with the hosts of Atlanta’s Rock 100.5 Morning Show, Steven J. Rickman and Jason Bailey. Co-host Bailey begins the interview with what he called “the obvious question” — how is it that Jordan and Mara are playing siblings Sue and Johnny Storm? “You’re white and you’re black,” Bailey helpfully points out.