It’s hard to think of a superhero story more in desperate need of a big screen reboot than The Fantastic Four. Well, okay, I’m still holding out hope for a Howard the Duck remake, but we think The Fantastic Four has much more potential.
The reboot of the Fantastic Four is apparently up and running, and speculation has been hitting the net as to who’s going to play who. Josh Trank, director of Chronicle is directing, and Fox is hoping for a March 6, 2015 release date.
While a great, or even a decent video game movie is still somewhat of an elusive commodity, Ubisoft is attempting to develop cinematic game adaptations in house with Assassin’s Creed, Splinter Cell and Ghost Recon.
Among the many great things we can say about The Avengers, one of the biggest is it finally did The Hulk justice on the big screen.
Fantastic Voyage is up for a reboot, and may or may not hit the big screen one of these days.
It was certainly nice to see an original movie like Chronicle make it to the top of the box office charts - especially since it deals with a genre that often runs the risk of being overdone.
Chronicle is the first film this year I was genuinely looking forward to seeing in the theater.
Usually the beginning of the year is a dead zone for movies, you open your big blockbusters in the summer and the award winners in the winter.
Last week, observant New Yorkers saw what appeared to be men flying slowly overhead as a viral promotion for Chronicle, 20th Century Fox’s upcoming found-footage super hero film.
It seems like all of the major studios are hunting right now for the next big young adult fantasy adventure franchise, and no wonder.
20th Century Fox has released a new trailer for its upcoming superpowered thriller, Chronicle.
A trailer and poster have been released for the upcoming super hero film Chronicle.