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Some more news about the upcoming Fantastic Four film. I gotta say I am all for changes and off kilter casting but the changes that are happening with this film seem like a group of people who are disregarding the source material entirely.
This is a great article giving the run down on the problems and benefits of the possible upcoming Sony film.
- X-Men vs. Fantastic Four Movie Story Revealed (Rumor) (movieprescription.wordpress.com)
- X-Men vs. Fantastic Four Movie Story Revealed (Rumor) (sleeplessthought.wordpress.com)
- Sony Rumored To Be Considering A Windows Phone Handset In 2014 (jeremiahtillman.wordpress.com)
So I was online looking up movie news like I usually do and I came across a rumor stating that Fox is looking to have a shared movie universe between the X-men franchise and the Fantastic Four Franchise and that they already have the story they are looking to use. The report that came from the The Motley Fool states this:
“Fox owns the rights to the Fantastic Four and the X-Men characters, who are among the most well-known comic book heroes of all time. After multiple movies in their respective franchises, Fox has now decided to combine the Fantastic Four and the X-Men for an “Avengers”-style movie that could pay off huge for shareholders.”
“Based on a 1987 four issue comic called Fantastic Four vs. X-Men, the movie will see the characters against each other because of secrets regarding the Fantastic Four’s origin.”
Ok now here’s my thoughts, with…
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Back in May, when the news broke that Michael B. Jordan (star of The Wire and Fruitvale Station) was being considered for the role of Johnny Storm in the upcoming Fantastic Four reboot, let’s just say the internet wasn’t too happy about it. At the time, my friend and former editor Justin Aclin tweeted about it and then wrote about it on his blog. I’ve cross-posted the rest of Justin’s thoughts after the jump.
And come back later in the day as Justin will be my special guest on Hard N.O.C. Life where we’ll discuss his latest book for Dark Horse, S.H.O.O.T. First.
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Take a look at this review of the infamous first Fantastic Four adaptation.
The weird thing about this film is, if you ignore the obvious oversteps, like the youth of the actors and the shmacty acting, it really understands the spirit of the Silver Age comics. I think it is a more worthy comic book adaptation then a lot of adaptations out there. Batman Returns, Forever, and Robin; I’m looking at you.
The Scoop: 1994 PG and directed by Oley Sassone and starring Alex Hyde-White, Rebecca Staab, and Michael Bailey Smith
Tagline: Part Elastic, Part Invisible, Part Fire, Part Stone
Summary Capsule: Four bright eyed and bushy tailed friends battle the ultimate evil: homeless sewer folk!
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