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New Captain America: Civil War footage! Fantastic Four review! – Watch The Flickering Myth Movie Show #7

10 hours ago | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Black Widow can punch explosions.

Fantastic…Bore. Fantastic…Fourth Worst Movie Ever Made. Fantastic…4%. Or, as some have taken to calling it, just ‘Four’.

It was the fail story of the Summer, with Twentieth Century Fox’s tentpole superhero blockbuster bombing so hard at the box office, it took out a five-mile stretch of Odeons in the Greater Bexleyheath area. In the September edition of The Flickering Myth Movie Show, Oli Davis, Rebecca Perfect, Luke Owen and Kat Kourbeti discuss the problems with the movie, the practice of entrusting $100million+ franchises with young, independent filmmakers (think Gareth Edwards on Godzilla and Colin Treverrow on Jurassic World), and who is really to blame for the movie’s failure – Fantastic Four’s director Josh Trank, or the studio that allegedly hamstrung his production?

Fantastic Four also gets to be the first film receiving the Best Bad Reviews treatment – our new series that »

- Oli Davis

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'Suicide Squad': Leto Is Scarier Than the Joker Says Robbie

26 August 2015 3:45 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Now that Warner Bros.' highly-anticipated Suicide Squad has wrapped production, many fans are looking forward to the next wave of footage, following the first trailer that debuted at Comic-Con last month. That trailer only gave us a brief glimpse at Jared Leto as The Joker, but with just less than a year before this superhero movie hits theaters, we'll surely be seeing a lot more of him and the rest of the Squad between now and then. Margot Robbie, who plays Harley Quinn, revealed in an interview with New York Daily News that she got so used to Jared Leto wearing The Joker makeup, complete with gold teeth and green hair, that seeing him out of costume scared her even more.

"What he's doing with the character is so cool. At first it was kind of confronting (to be up close) but now I'm so used to it, I »

- MovieWeb

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Margot Robbie Talks Passing Up Sue Storm In Fantastic Four, Jared Leto’s “Impressive” Joker

26 August 2015 12:07 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Now that filming has wrapped on David Ayer’s Suicide Squad and the DC adaptation is entering its CG-intensive, post-production stage, the cast and crew have took time to reflect on the Toronto shoot and the film as a whole. Margot Robbie, playing one of the nominal characters in Harley Quinn, spoke about the volatile nature of Joker’s number two in a recent interview with NY Daily News.

Before that, however, the Aussie actress touched upon her decision to pass up the role of Sue Storm in Josh Trank’s maligned Fantastic Four reboot. Early in development and fresh off her eye-catching Wolf of Wall Street role, Robbie had been in contention to play the part of The Invisible Woman, though it was ultimately a role filled by House of CardsKate Mara.

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Here, Robbie recounts exactly why she opted to turn down the »

- Michael Briers

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Fantastic Four concept art reveals an early version of Planet Zero

26 August 2015 7:09 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

With bits of news coming out about the troubled production of Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four coming in drips and drabs, we’ve got some new concept art from Steve Jung, which reveals an early version of Planet Zero. The artwork matches an early draft of the movie which details the group’s first encounter with Galactus. However, Jung says that the castle belongs to Victor Von Doom, so this must have been from a later draft.

Check out the artwork below:

“I was on this one early on before all the drama happened,” Jung explains in his Facebook post. “None of my work made it to the movie (kinda glad) since it got changed many times after I left the project.”

Fantastic Four sees Josh Trank (Chronicle) directing a cast that includes Miles Teller (Whiplash) as Reed Richards/Mr. Fantastic, Kate Mara (House of Cards) as Sue Storm/The Invisible Woman, »

- Luke Owen

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Forgotten Actress Bruce on TCM: Career Went from Dawn of Talkies to L.A.'s Punk Rock Scene

25 August 2015 9:02 PM, PDT | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Virginia Bruce: MGM actress ca. 1935. Virginia Bruce movies on TCM: Actress was the cherry on 'The Great Ziegfeld' wedding cake Unfortunately, Turner Classic Movies has chosen not to feature any non-Hollywood stars – or any out-and-out silent film stars – in its 2015 “Summer Under the Stars” series.* On the other hand, TCM has come up with several unusual inclusions, e.g., Lee J. Cobb, Warren Oates, Mae Clarke, and today, Aug. 25, Virginia Bruce. A second-rank MGM leading lady in the 1930s, the Minneapolis-born Virginia Bruce is little remembered today despite her more than 70 feature films in a career that spanned two decades, from the dawn of the talkie era to the dawn of the TV era, in addition to a handful of comebacks going all the way to 1981 – the dawn of the personal computer era. Career highlights were few and not all that bright. Examples range from playing the »

- Andre Soares

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Max Landis details his rejected pitch for a Fantastic Four trilogy

25 August 2015 11:18 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

In the wake of Fantastic Four’s disasterous release, Josh Trank’s Chronicle screenwriter Max Landis released the first four pages of his own script for the reboot of Marvel’s First Family, which was ultimately rejected by 20th Century Fox. Well, now the writer has opened up to The Daily Beast about his vision for the movie, which would have been the first instalment of a trilogy.

“My Fantastic Four was an on-the-run movie. It begins with their origin, which is an illegal Branson-esque space launch where they want to go see this thing. They become the biggest celebrities in the world, except then they wreck and they get these horrible powers. The government is hunting them and they split up, and you really get into the dynamics of these people as they’re learning to control their powers. So the origin takes place in the first two minutes »

- Gary Collinson

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'Fantastic Four' Concept Art Explores Doom's Castle

25 August 2015 10:07 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

20th Century Fox's Fantastic Four reboot suffered another big hit at the box office this weekend, dropping from fourth place all the way down to 10th in its third weekend. The ill-fated superhero movie has earned just $49.7 million domestically since its release on August 7, enduring a paltry 8% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, which makes it the worst-reviewed superhero movie of all time. Over the weekend, concept artist Steve Jung shared four new illustrations from his work on Fantastic Four, which offers new looks at Planet Zero and Victor Domashev's (Toby Kebbell) Doom Castle. Take a look at what the artist himself had to say about his work, but be warned, there will be spoilers that follow.

"Might as well show some work from this movie called Fantastic Four lol. I was on this one early on before all the drama happened... none of my work made it to the movie (kinda »

- MovieWeb

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Original version of Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four had Galactus, Mole Man, Herbie the Robot, the Fantasticar and Doctor Doom as a Latverian dictator

19 August 2015 1:00 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Like Tim Burton’s Superman Lives or James Cameron’s Spider-Man, we will never see the true version of Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four. Among the many public problems the film has had in the last couple of weeks (see here, here, here, here, here and here), it was revealed by screenwriter Jeremy Slater that not much of his script was left in the final version. That version we eventually saw was re-written by Simon Kinberg (X-Men: Days of Future Past) at the behest of Fox who worried Slater’s script was too expensive. Well, the chaps over at Birth.Movies.Death got a hold of Slater’s original script – which had Galactus, Mole Man, Herbie the Robot, Fantasticar and Doctor Doom as a Latverian dictator.

Here’s the breakdown:

As in the final film Reed goes to the Baxter Building as part of a science scholarship; there he meets Sue and Victor Von Doom. »

- Luke Owen

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Details on a deleted action sequence from Fantastic Four featuring The Thing

18 August 2015 9:15 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

It’s safe to say that 20th Century Fox’s reboot of Fantastic Four is the summer’s highest profile casualty. Dying a horrible death across the globe at the box office, early word before the film was released was that it was a production that was filled with problems, many of which may well be true given the reaction and final product.

Director Josh Trank supposedly battled through the production, and word of reshoots were seemingly just the tip of the iceberg. Now, word comes from EW that a scene present in the early trailer for the film may have gone at least a small way to making the film a little better. The scene, featuring Jamie Bell’s The Thing, centered around the image of the hero dropping from a plane back down to Earth.

Apparently coming just after the heroes gained their powers from their unsupervised trip through the dimensional portals, »

- Scott J. Davis

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Fantastic Four limps to $100 million worldwide after second weekend

16 August 2015 11:21 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Well, if there was still any doubt after last weekend’s miserable box office debut, it’s now official: 20th Century Fox’s superhero reboot Fantastic Four has tanked hard, with the Josh Trank-directed film limping to a worldwide gross of $102 million by close of play on its second weekend.

In the States, the film dropped to fourth place behind Straight Outta Compton, Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation and The Man from U.N.C.L.E., earning a paltry $8 million over the Friday to Sunday period. Fantastic Four has so far pulled in $41.9 million domestically, with a further $60.1 million from the international markets.

See Also: Josh Trank was nearly fired before Fantastic Four’s production

Fantastic Four sees Josh Trank (Chronicle) directing a cast that includes Miles Teller (Whiplash) as Reed Richards/Mr. Fantastic, Kate Mara (House of Cards) as Sue Storm/The Invisible Woman, Michael B. Jordan (Fruitvale Station »

- Gary Collinson

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Fantastic Four screenwriter says there’s not much of his script in the final movie

14 August 2015 3:17 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

The bad press for Fantastic Four rolls in as many more stories about the film’s troubled production come to light. Not only have we found out that Josh Trank was nearly fired just before filming was about to begin, but there was the reveal that the final act of the movie was re-shot by various writers and directors including Matthew Vaughn, Simon Kinberg and Drew Goddard. And not it seems as though a lot of Jeremy Slate’s script (who was given final screen credit with Trank and Kinberg) left in the movie.

Taking to Twitter, the writer revealed that, “not a ton (sic) of my stuff left in the movie”, but he was still honoured to have been part of the process. Check out the tweets below:

There’s not a ton of my stuff left in the movie (mostly the 1st act), but I’ll always be »

- Luke Owen

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A Conversation With Composer Ilan Eshkeri On His Shaun The Sheep Movie Score

12 August 2015 7:54 PM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

When Shaun decides to take the day off and have some fun, he gets a little more action than he bargained for. A mix up with The Farmer, a caravan, and a very steep hill lead them all to the Big City and it’s up to Shaun and the flock to return everyone safely to Mossy Bottom Farm.

Shaun The Sheep Movie powers through visual puns, sight gags and rollicking plot twists to arrive at a hard-won realization: there’s no place like home.

As there is no dialogue from any of the characters, the music plays such an important role in the movie. That’s where the fantastic, colorful score from composer Ilan Eshkeri comes in.

Complete with the Shaun the Sheep theme, lively cues, and songs, including the award-friendly “Feels Like Summer” song, Eshkeri score is a wonderful soundtrack for a very funny film.

Eshkeri’s recent film work includes Still Alice, »

- Michelle McCue

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Conan O'Brien Attempts To Figure Out Why Fantastic Four Flopped With "New" Clips

12 August 2015 3:05 PM, PDT | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

Fantastic Four, a contemporary re-imagining of Marvel’s original and longest-running superhero team, centers on four young outsiders who teleport to an alternate and dangerous universe, which alters their physical form in shocking ways. Their lives irrevocably upended, the team must learn to harness their daunting new abilities and work together to save Earth from a former friend turned enemy. Fantastic Four stars Miles Teller as Mr. Fantastic, Kate Mara as The Invisible Woman, Michael B. Jordan as The Human Torch, Jamie Bell as The Thing, and Toby Kebbell as Victor Domashev/Doctor Doom. Directed by Josh Trank and written by Simon KinbergFantastic Four is now playing in theaters worldwide! What do you guys think about this latest look at the movie? Sound off below! »

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Flickering Myth Podcast – Fantastic Four Review

12 August 2015 6:54 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

The Flickering Myth Podcast gets fantastic…

It’s not been a good week for Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four. The movie has bombed at the box office, the director publicly shamed it, there are stories of studio tampering and there’s even talk that the 2017 sequel has been scrapped.

But what did the Flickering Myth Podcast make of it? Scott Davis and Rohan Morbey sat down to talk about the latest reboot and give their thoughts on Fantastic Four.

You can subscribe to the Flickering Myth Podcast via iTunes, update your RSS feed or listen via Sitcher or using the player below…

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See Also: Read our reviews of Fantastic Four here, here and here

See Also: Fox “remains committed” to Fantastic Four despite poor reception to the reboot

Fantastic Four »

- Luke Owen

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Fantastic Four’s best bad reviews – Trailer Trash

11 August 2015 7:37 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

“It’S Critiquing Time!”

Emerging from rumours of a troubled production, with director Josh Trank reportedly clashing with 20th Century Fox executives and producer Simon Kinberg, 2015’s Fantastic Four reboot has…well, ‘Josh Tranked’.

Opening with a very disappointing $26 million domestic weekend, the film getting the lowest ever studio superhero movie rating on CinemaScore and the director publicly tweeting how Fox interfered, Fantastic Four has received plenty of criticism from critics and fans alike.

Here’s the best of their reviews, edited together Trailer Trash-style:

Fantastic Four

…sees Josh Trank (Chronicle) directing a cast that includes Miles Teller (Whiplash) as Reed Richards/Mr. Fantastic, Kate Mara (House of Cards) as Sue Storm/The Invisible Woman, Michael B. Jordan (Fruitvale Station) as Johnny Storm/The Human Torch, Jamie Bell (Nymphomaniac) as Ben Grimm/The Thing, Toby Kebbell (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes) as Doctor Doom, Reg E. Cathey (House of Cards) as Dr. »

- Oli Davis

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Read the first four pages of the rejected Max Landis Fantastic Four script

11 August 2015 12:58 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Unless you have been in a different dimension over the past few days, you will know that Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four reboot is now out in cinemas in the UK and Us – and the reaction has been less than stellar.

With a C- rating on CinemaScore and a Us opening weekend of just $26million, the new comic-book adaptation starring Miles Teller, Kate Mara, Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Bell is set to be the year’s most high-profile failure. We may never know the full story of what happened on and off the set during production, with many stories of re-shoots, re-edits and more.

See Also: Read our reviews of Fantastic Four here, here and here

Now Chronicle writer Max Landis has taken to Twitter to share the first four pages of his rejected script for the film. In Landis’s version, the Fantastic Four are all ready formed, »

- Scott J. Davis

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'Fantastic Four 2' Happening? Fox Says They're Still Committed

10 August 2015 6:10 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

20th Century Fox's Fantastic Four didn't perform so well at the box office this past weekend, opening with just $26.2 million, taking second place behind Paramount's Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation. Many analysts had predicted the superhero reboot would debut in the $30 million to $40 million range, but the movie suffered from largely negative reviews, en route to a disappointing opening weekend. The studio had already put The Fantastic Four 2 into development, with a June 9, 2017 release date in place, but many had wondered if this project would be scrapped after the underwhelming box office results. The Hollywood Reporter spoke to Fox domestic distribution chief Chris Aronson, who says the studio is still "committed" to these characters.

"While we're disappointed, we remain committed to these characters and we have a lot to look forward to in our Marvel universe."

The site notes that he wouldn't specifically comment on the status of Fantastic Four 2, »

- MovieWeb

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Fox “remains committed” to Fantastic Four despite poor reception to the reboot

10 August 2015 2:18 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

It’s fair to say that 20th Century Fox hasn’t had much success with its attempt to reboot the Fantastic Four franchise, with the Josh Trank-directed film opening to some of the worst reviews for a comic book movie, as well as a feeble opening weekend of just $60.3 million worldwide.

The disasterous reception to Fantastic Four has naturally led to speculation that Fox will pull the plug on this iteration of Marvel’s First Family, with rumours even suggesting that the already announced Fantastic Four 2 will be replaced by a Deadpool sequel.

Well, it seems that Fox isn’t quite ready to pull the plug – at least, not publicly – with the studio’s chief of domestic distribution Chris Aronson telling THR that: “While we’re disappointed, we remain committed to these characters and we have a lot to look forward to in our Marvel universe.”

Do you »

- Gary Collinson

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Fantastic Four earns lowest ever CinemaScore for a studio superhero movie

10 August 2015 8:25 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

The bad news just keeps rolling in for Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four. The film has had terrible reviews (read ours here and here), it’s director has shamed the movie publicly, Fox have pointed the finger of blame at him (and apparently locked him out of editing the film), it’s bombed at the box office and some rumours suggest Fox may even cancel the sequel for Deadpool 2.

But, it’s at least broken one record.

Fantastic Four has earned the lowest CinemaScore for a studio-produced superhero movie movie. Its C- rating is lower than Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (C+), Batman & Robin (C+) and Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (C). It’s also lower than The Green Hornet (B+) and Daredevil, Elektra and Catwoman, which all earned a B.

The previous Fantastic Four movies also scored a B each.

Frank Miller’s The Spirit was the last »

- Luke Owen

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When can Marvel get back The Fantastic Four?

10 August 2015 4:30 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Well, it’s not been a good weekend for Fantastic Four. The troubled production of Josh Trank’s latest adaptation of the comic book has been rather public, with the director tweeting his displeasure, Fox saying it was his fault and sources saying Fox cut scenes from the movie and kept him out of the editing bay. There was even news that the proposed sequel (announced before the film bombed at the box office) is going to be replaced with Deadpool 2.

But if you were wondering if Marvel could ever get Fantastic Four back now that the franchise is on the rocks (like they did with The Hulk, Punisher, Thor and Daredevil), then you may be waiting some time.

Whenever a property is sold to a studio, they are given a certain amount of time to announce a movie and go into production before the rights go back to the original seller. »

- Luke Owen

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