To say I’m excited about 20th Century Fox‘s attempt at rebooting the Fantastic Four is one of the biggest understatements I could make this year. With that said, the first teaser trailer does little to grow my anticipation with how underwhelming it is. Utilizing tactics from brooding superhero films, the X-Men franchise, and Interstellar, the Fantastic Four reboot has a long way to go before I am convinced of its necessity. Check out the trailer after the break. Continue reading
There has been a lot of speculation, but not much concrete information on Josh Trank’s The Fantastic Four reboot. The project has been somewhat of a mystery other than the fact that it focuses on the titular heroes, but more details have been unveiled. An official plot synopsis has been posted on the film’s official Rotten Tomatoes page. Hit the jump to learn about our heroes new origins.
20th Century Fox’s The Fantastic Four reboot has been one of Hollywood’s best kept secrets since it was announced back in 2009. With a fresh cast and new storyline, could The Fantastic Four become a household name finally? A new nugget of information shook the Internet today as it was revealed that the film’s villain, Doctor Doom (Tobby Kebbell), may not be portrayed as he is in the comics. Learn more after the break. Continue reading
It’s not often that we are graced with a performance by Johnny Depp where he is not wearing make up. In fact, it is a welcomed occurrence when it happens. But given the opportunity for Depp to shed the eyeliner and work with one of the most talented cinematographers, Wally Pfister (Inception; The Dark Knight trilogy), in his directorial debut, the results are absolutely depressing. Transcendence, written by first time screenwriter Jack Paglen, is a sad, miscalculation of big themes with poor delivery. Continue reading
Not only does Whiplash, played by Mickey Rourke, in Iron Man 2 get his own poster, but let the VIRAL MARKETING BEGIN!!! Hurray! I love viral marketing. It makes movies more interesting and fun sometimes if it allows a good build up of story and information leading to the end result which is the film. I can’t wait to see where this goes. Check out the beginning of the viral marketing at the bottom.
Opening in theaters on May 7, 2010, the Jon Favreau-directed sequel stars Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow, Don Cheadle, Jon Favreau, Rourke, Sam Rockwell, Samuel L. Jackson, Scarlett Johansson, Garry Shandling, John Slattery, Kate Mara, Clark Gregg and Olivia Munn.