4 items from 2015
You've heard of DVD/Blu-ray director's commentary for feature films; how about for a trailer? A teaser trailer, to be specific. Well, that's what the "Fantastic Four" reboot director, Josh Trank, has done here, accompanied by writer Simon Kinberg, giving you an inside look at the teaser trailer that dropped yesterday. The 20th Century Fox project stars Miles Teller, Michael B. Jordan, Kate Mara, Jamie Bell and Toby Kebbell. Fyi, Trank previously directed Michael B. Jordan in 2013's surprise hit "Chronicle," a kind of superhero origins story that was very much grounded in reality - something that we've heard this "Fantastic »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Josh Trank directs this contemporary re-imagining of Marvel’s original and longest-running superhero team, The Fantastic Four. The 20th Century Fox release centers on a quartet of young outsiders who teleport to an alternate and dangerous universe, which alters their physical form in shocking ways. Their lives are irrevocably upended as the team must learn to harness daunting new abilities and work together to save Earth from a former friend turned enemy. Miles Teller, Kate Mara, Michael B. Jordan, and Jamie Bell are the eponymous group with Toby Kebbell as Doctor Doom. The script is from X-Men: Days Of Future Past scribe Simon Kinberg. The film goes out to some key international territiories beginning August 5 followed by North America on August 7. Check out the trailer above.
- Nancy Tartaglione
The Associated Press reports the Academy Award winner behind “Titanic” and “The Terminator” dropped the bad news for fans hoping to see the first of three new movies in 2016 while promoting the local film industry in Wellington, New Zealand with “Hobbit” director Peter Jackson. Cameron filmed the 2009 blockbuster there, and has returned to produce the three sequels, which will be released over three consecutive years.
See photos: Disney Releases First Look at ‘Avatar »
- Greg Gilman
There is a strange new smoking-related trend in movies and television. I noticed it while watching The Theory of Everything, the excellent new film about Stephen Hawking, starring Eddie Redmayne. Then I noticed it watching That Day We Sang, the similarly excellent television play that was on over Christmas, written and directed by Victoria Wood, starring Imelda Staunton and Michael Ball about a poignant adult relationship in the late 1960s between two people who had sung together 40 years previously in a children’s choir.
These period dramas showed people in pubs, restaurants, cafes and teashops. All the details and the superb production design were wonderfully clear. So where was the blue haze, the fug, the horrible brimming ashtrays and the nasty fag smoke? A lot »
- Peter Bradshaw
4 items from 2015
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