"It was a very difficult movie for everyone who was involved in it," Bell tells Yahoo Entertainment.
Kate Mara said she did not enjoy the experience of making 'Fantastic Four' and wishes she had been more willing to speak up.
Fantastic Four director Josh Trank says he should have quit the blockbuster when Fox didn't allow him to cast a black Sue Storm.
Thousands of fans have signed a petition calling for an extended cut of 'Star Wars' prequel movie 'Revenge of the Sith'.
Movie fans revelled in Tom Hardy's latest 'funny accent' when the trailer for Josh Trank's biopic movie Capone was unexpectedly unveiled last month.
Josh Trank was so devastated by the failure of Fantastic Four that he started to have bitter feelings towards other superhero directors.
Josh Trank, the director of the ill-feted 2015 reboot of Fantastic Four, has described the studio stepping in to reshoot the movie as 'like being castrated'.
Tom Hardy is digging pretty deep for new movie Capone, the first trailer for which has just landed online.
The film has officially been rated “R” for “strong/bloody violence, pervasive language and some sexuality”.
Filmmaker Josh Trank took to Instagram to share a trio of images, featuring Tom Hardy as Al Capone and Jack Lowden, from his upcoming biopic.
Tom Hardy has dropped a first look at him playing notorious Chicago crime boss Al Capone as cameras roll on new biopic movie Fonzo.
It’s official - Tom Hardy is Al Capone. According to Deadline, the 39-year-old British actor has landed the role of Al Capone in ‘Fonzo’ - a new movie by ‘Chronicle’ and ‘Fantastic Four’ director, Josh Trank. “Tom Hardy is attached to play all-time American gangster Al Capone in Fonzo, a new project written and to be directed by Josh Trank,” they revealed.
Last summer ‘Fantastic Four’ was released into cinemas, bombed, and as a result slightly tarnished those involved. The career of Toby Kebbell, who played Doctor Doom in the 2015 blockbuster, hasn’t been blighted too much, though, as he’s due to appear in the Hollywood productions of ‘Ben-Hur and ‘Kong: Skull Island’, while English audiences recently saw him in ‘Warcraft’. While out promoting the video game adaptation, Toby Kebbell discussed the lamented ‘Fantastic Four’ reboot, defending Josh Trank and insisting that there is actually a very, very good version of the film out there.
In some respects, director Josh Trank’s bold reimagining of the original Marvel Comics super-team seemed doomed from the start. Quite apart from causing outrage among some fans due to the youth of the cast, and in particular the changed ethnicity of Johnny Storm, ‘Fantastic Four’ was also dogged by rumours of a troubled production.
‘Creed’ star Michael B Jordan has responded to the furore surrounding 2015′s ‘Fantastic Four’ which tanked at the box office after it was slammed by critics and publicly denounced by its director Josh Trank. Talking to Yahoo Movies, the actor who played Johnny Storm called making the movie “an experience” saying that everyone involved had good intentions, but that things outside of their control didn’t fall into place. ‘Fantastic Four’ was Jordan’s second movie with Trank following 2012′s superhero sleeper hit ‘Chronicle’, but where their first effort was warmly received all round, their sophomore film was beset with problems from the start.
Fox’s gritty ‘Fantastic Four’ reboot hits cinemas this week, and it marks the third attempt at bringing Marvel’s longest-running superhero team to the big screen. The first was a low budget Roger Corman quickie that never saw the light of day, while Tim Story’s 2005 effort fared a bit better making $330m worldwide and spawning a sequel. - Miles Teller Responds To Esquire Interview - Study Proves Hollywood’s Diversity Issue - Best Deadpool Trailer Moments The production has been shrouded in mystery up to now, so now we’ve seen it here’s everything you need to know about this summer’s last superhero spectacular… WARNING: Spoilers coming up. Is there a post-credit scene in ‘Fantastic Four’?
As the release of 20th Century Fox’s ‘Fantastic Four’ reboot approaches, the super-team’s creator Stan Lee has voiced his opinion on the casting of Michael B Jordan as the Human Torch. Jordan himself had already made it known that he and director Josh Trank had Lee’s blessing, but now the comics legend himself has addressed the matter in some detail to Entertainment Weekly.