Right now, there’s a number of major genre properties that are finalizing their casting. Star Wars, of course, is the big daddy, but there’s no official word on that one just yet. There is, however, finally official news on Terminator: Genesis, The Fantastic Four, and the TV show Gotham.
As we reported previously on TGD, The Fantastic Four reboot is coming together quickly at Fox for a June 19, 2105 release, and casting is quickly coming together. We knew the film would be coming together pretty fast, and apparently it’s going to start shooting this March.
Okay, Batman Vs Superman is silly enough, but if there’s any truth to this, it’s taking things way too far. Yes, there is a “report,” which means it has been reported but not confirmed, that there could be a Fantastic Four Vs X-Men movie, a development that had to be inspired by Batman Vs Superman.
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.
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.
20th Century Fox has brought on comics writer Mark Millar as a creative consultant to its Marvel properties.
We recently ran a report about superhero equality, discussing such characters as The Black Panther who was first introduced in The Fantastic Four.
20th Century Fox’s reboot of the Fantastic Four film franchise has long been in development.
For the last few weeks, Marvel has been teasing that something will be happening with the Fantastic Four/Future Foundation characters in November.
Marvel has announced the lineup for its upcoming season one series.
FF #1 is out, and while fun for fans, it doesn’t look like enough has changed to pull in new readers for more than a couple issues.
A surprising announcement comes from the Marvel comics universe this week, as fans discover the fate of one of the longest running, least messed with comic franchises in history, the Fantastic Four. The news actually began months ago, when Marvel revealed that one of the members of the Fantastic four would soon be killed.