Fantastic Four has been undergoing the reboot treatment for the past few years, with Fox keen to get the superhero quartet back on the big screen to shore up their comic book blockbuster franchises.
Exhibitor Relations also report that the studio will be releasing The Wolverine, X-Men: Days of Future Past, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, and Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters in 3D, with each being converted to the format in post-production.
Trank made an immaculate debut with Chronicle this year, with the found-footage sci-fi film taking its $15m. budget and turning it into almost $130m. at the box office.
Needless to say, there’s a lot of anticipation surrounding the director and what he’ll be bringing to the Fantastic Four franchise. »
- Kenji Lloyd
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