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Fox has released an official summary of the Josh Trank reboot that confirms that the Four's classic origin has been modified.
In a new interview, actor Toby Kebbell says the Doctor Doom he plays in "Fantastic Four" is a programmer and blogger named "Victor Domashev."
In the second such reported leak from Fox's "Fantastic Four" set, images allegedly depicting the film's Doctor Doom have surfaced online.
Tweets from someone claiming to be "Fantastic Four" director Josh Trank over the weekend have been revealed as fake, the account deleted.
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 says the franchise reboot features "a bunch of kids that had an accident and we have disabilities now that we have to cope with.”
Kate Mara 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 Fox's Fantastic Four franchise will have "the found-footage feel" of his previous effort.
The director of "Chronicle" and Fox's upcoming "Fantastic Four" reboot will helm one of Lucasfilm's standalone "Star Wars" films.
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."
"The Wire's" Reg E. Cathey has been cast as Dr. Storm, father of Michael B. Jordan's Human Torch and Kate Mara's Invisible Woman.
A 20th Century Fox representative tells CBR News that rumors the studio is scrapping current "Fantastic Four" movie plans are not true.
Actors Sam Riley, Eddie Redmayne, Toby Kebbell and Domhnall Gleeson are said to be contenders for the role of the "Fantastic Four" villain.
Miles Teller explains that Josh Trank’s "Fantastic Four" will be very grounded and showcase “very human people.”
With Josh Trank's new "Fantastic Four" film coming together, CBR examines five possible paths the movie should take to compete at the box office.
Fox is reportedly in talks to finalize its cast for Josh Trank's "Fantastic Four" reboot, and CBR wants to know what you think of the new cinematic FF.
The main cast of the 2015 "Fantastic Four" reboot looks to be in place: Michael B. Jordan, Jamie Bell, Kate Mara and Miles Teller.
The "Chronicle" star won’t confirm he’ll star in the Fox reboot, but he has something to say about an African-American actor playing the Human Torch.
New reports suggest that Miles Teller, Christian Cooke, Kate Mara & Emmy Rossum have all tested for Josh Trank's "Fantastic Four" reboot.
With rumors of Josh Gad playing Ben Grimm in Josh Trank's "Fantastic Four" film debunked, SPINOFF ONLINE lists five other actors who would be perfect for the part.
Filmmaker Josh Trank says the plot synopsis released last week isn’t “anything close” to the actual plot of his "Fantastic Four" reboot.
Fox's long-gestating "Fantastic Four" reboot has a new writer and producer -- Simon Kinberg, who's worked on "X-Men: The Last Stand," "Sherlock Holmes" and next year's "X-Men: Days of Future Past."
Casting rumors for Josh Trank’s "Fantastic Four" point to "Chronicle" star Michael B. Jordan as a favorite to play the Human Torch with "Girls" actress Allison Williams shortlisted for the role of the Invisible Woman.
Fox creative consultant Mark Millar has revealed "X-Men: First Class" and "Kick-Ass" director Matthew Vaughn will serve as producer for Josh Trank's upcoming "Fantastic Four" reboot.
Championing Josh Trank’s upcoming "Fantastic Four" reboot, Fox consultant Mark Millar insists there are moments in the film that will be“phenomenal on screen and [hasn't been] seen in a superhero movie before.”
Six months after it began circling the 28-year-old director of "Chronicle," Fox has officially set Josh Trank to helm the reboot of its "Fantastic Four" reboot. Production could begin as early as next spring.
"Chronicle" director Josh Trank has struck a deal with Warner Bros. to develop its adaptation of Soviet-themed military fantasy comic "The Red Star."
Director Josh Trank, whose low-budget found-footage superpower film "Chronicle" has grossed nearly $105 million worldwide, is reportedly circling Sony’s long-discussed "Spider-Man" spinoff "Venom."
SPINOFF's Katie Calautti reviews "Chronicle," finding a fresh take on the found-footage trend with director Josh Trank delivering a fun, and endearing, superhero origin story buoyed by the chemistry of its young cast.