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With scarce details on Josh Trank‘s direction for the new Marvel adaptation, a report has revealed that The Fantastic Four reboot has had its script polished by Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter scriptwriter (uh-oh!). With X-Men: First Class director, Matthew Vaughn, joining the adaptation of Marvel’s ‘First Family’ as a producer, production of Fox’s The Fantastic Four reboot is progressing. Sort of. If you could call this a progress. Now, according to The Hollywood Reporter, best-selling author (??) and screenwriter Seth Grahame-Smith was recently tapped to touch-up the film’s screenplay, which was originally written by Jeremy Slater. Grahame-Smith’s credits include Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (for »

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