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."
Entertainment industry experts and insiders tell us what to expect once movie theaters re-open for business.
In a wide-ranging interview, the "Capone" director describes how Stan Lee endorsed his vision for a key "Fantastic Four" character, and what his Boba Fett movie might have had in common with "Unforgiven."
Tom Hardy is playing an aging and sickly Al Capone in a trailer for the upcoming retitled "Capone" biopic about "America's most notorious gangster." Director Josh Trank released the trailer on his Twitter account Wednesday. With theaters closed, the film will release on VOD on May 12 with a 48-hour rental. Plans are still in […]
The film has officially been rated “R” for “strong/bloody violence, pervasive language and some sexuality”.
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.
Director Josh Trank had also previously tweeted about his abandoned cut of the movie