Posted on Sunday, April 19th, 2015 by Angie Han
This summer’s other big superhero team takes the spotlight in a new Fantastic Four trailer. Miles Teller, Michael B. Jordan, Kate Mara, and Jamie Bell star as Reed Richards, Johnny Storm, Sue Storm, and Ben Grimm respectively, who become Mr. Fantastic, Invisible Woman, Human Torch, and the Thing after a disastrous trip to another dimension.
But the biggest reveal in the new Fantastic Four trailer isn’t a superhero but a supervillain. This serves up our first look at Toby Kebbell‘s Victor Domashev a.k.a. Doctor Doom — both in and out of the mask. And there’s much more of the team in action, including new shots of the Thing. Check out the new Fantastic Four trailer after the jump.
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After a leaked image and a dude’s photo on Instagram, 20th Century Fox has finally released an official image of The Thing in Josh Trank‘s Fantastic Four. It comes alongside two other images that push a very interesting, sci-fi vibe for the film. Check them all out below. Read More »
Josh Trank‘s new Fantastic Four film opens in August, but even though it is an “end of summer” movie from Fox, the studio is slowly pushing new promos out now as the season begins. A set of Fantastic Four featureless offers brief interviews with Trank and writer/producer Simon Kinberg, and they talk about each of the cast members hired to play the four major roles. “Because we wanted to be grounded and dramatic,” says Kinberg,” we went for the best dramatic actors.” Check out all four short videos below. Read More »
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“Be ready for what’s coming.” “What is coming?” ” The answers.” That dialogue ends a new international Fantastic Four trailer that is now online. It’s not lying. Answers are coming for questions about the mysterious Josh Trank superhero film.
Unfortunately, this trailer doesn’t have many of them. There is new footage in there, even some new power stuff. Overall, it’s probably a better constructed and more interesting trailer than the first teaser. But “answers?” Not just yet.
Watch the international Fantastic Four trailer below. Read More »
April isn’t even 48 hours old but at the movie theater, summer has already begun. With tonight’s opening of Furious 7, the trend of major blockbusters opening well before the first weekend in May continues. Fast Five, The Hunger Games and Captain America: The Winter Soldier are a few recent examples; next year, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will open over a month before the traditional first weekend of summer. Let’s face it. It might be Spring outside, but it’s Summer at the movies.
With that in mind, the /Film crew decided to rank our most anticipated films of the season. Everyone on staff (Peter, Russ, Angie, David, Devindra, Angie, Chris, and myself) ranked their 20 most anticipated movies of summer 2015, those rankings were given point values, and then an overall list was created.
Below, read /Film’s most anticipated movies of Summer 2015. Read More »
The new Fantastic Four poster gave us our best look at the team yet. Johnny’s on fire, Sue is disappearing, and the big bad rocks of The Thing were on full display. However, we only saw them from behind. Common sense (and the trailer) tell us what Miles Teller, Michael B. Jordan and Kate Mara are going to look like from the front. Jamie Bell as The Thing, however, is a bit more uncertain. Well, a Fantastic Four fan found an alternate poster outdoors and put the photo on Instagram. It’s since gone viral as it finally gives us an official look at The Thing.
Below, check out the first The Thing Fantastic Four image and see how the latest Fantastic Four poster borrowed from one of the biggest video game franchises in the world, Halo. Read More »
There’s a new Fantastic Four poster from Fox, and while it doesn’t reveal much that is new, this one-sheet does display something that we didn’t really see in the trailer: the invisibility power of Sue Storm, played by Kate Mara. Trouble is, the display is via an image we’ve seen before, and looks more like a deployment of a photoshop effect than an actual superpower. Read More »