The Fantastic Four 2
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Starring: Kate Mara, Miles Teller, and Jamie Bell
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Even The Fantastic Four Cast Knows Fantastic Four 2 Is In Trouble
Tim Blake Nelson has admitted that the chances of Fantastic Four 2 happening are slim to none.
by Gregory Wakeman January 6, 2016 comments
Julian McMahon Wants To Play Doctor Doom Again, But Only On One Condition
Several of the actors from those original films have gone to much greater success in other comic book properties but McMahon has little interest in following in the footsteps of Chris Evans. Instead, he’d much rather play Doctor Doom again, and get it right.
by Dirk Libbey December 9, 2015 comments
Fantastic Four 2 Is Likely Done, Get The Details
I think the one thing we all can agree on is that restarting The Fantastic Four would be a terrible idea. Much like Spider-Man, we don’t need a third iteration of the familiar characters on screen again. Something about these characters is very hard to crack on screen.
by Sean O'Connell November 24, 2015 comments
What Toby Kebbell Really Thinks About Fantastic Four Totally Flopping
For now, Fox has held firm that there will be a Fantastic Four 2 in theaters on June 9, 2017. Will it be a team up with the X-Men? Will it move off of that date, altogether?
by Sean O'Connell November 9, 2015 comments
5 Villains Who'd Help Get Us Excited For Fantastic Four 2
In the event that Fox doesn’t want to rehash what they’ve already done — i.e. bringing back Doom directly after the first movie and bringing in Galactus — here are some ideas for villains that could reinvigorate this franchise.
by Nick Romano August 11, 2015 comments
Fantastic Four 2 May Still Happen, With These Changes
For better or worse, 20th Century Fox is still moving ahead with Fantastic Four 2. That’s what all the latest intel is telling us, and we just have to accept it, no matter how big of a flop the first film was. With the stage already set, it seems as though the sequel will pose its own set of challenges to whomever directs it.
by Nick Romano August 11, 2015 comments
4 Ways The Fantastic Four Franchise Can Save Itself
Eight years after the disappointing release of Tim Story’s Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer, the Fantastic Four franchise has once again found itself facing big trouble and big question marks.
by Eric Eisenberg August 10, 2015 comments
The Reason The Fantastic Four Didn't Wear Their Costumes In The New Movie
Fantastic Four is in theaters as we speak. The sequel is dated for June 9, 2017. I’m guessing we’ll finally see this new team in their old costumes… if the sequel actually happens.
by Sean O'Connell August 8, 2015 comments
Will Bryan Singer Change Superhero Franchises?
Back in April, a rumor began to spread suggesting that director Bryan Singer would be wrapping up his time with the X-Men franchise following the release of X-Men: Apocalypse next year. It still hasn't been confirmed whether or not that's actually true, but the story did just get a new wrinkle.
by Eric Eisenberg July 6, 2015 comments
Fantastic Four 2 Makes Changes Following Mega Star Wars Announcements
Star Wars: Rogue One's announcement that it will hit cinemas on May 26, 2017, has made The Fantastic Four 2 slightly alter its course
by Gregory Wakeman March 13, 2015 comments
Terry Crews Really, Really Wants To Play This Superhero
Terry Crews is one of the more comical actors on television at the moment, really coming into his own as funnyman Sergeant Terry Jeffords, alongside Andy Samberg, Stephanie Beatriz and Joe Lo Truglio in Brooklyn Nine-Nine. The actor may be well-known for playing the muscle-headed joker but he's clearly unwilling to accept being typecast as “that guy” as proven by his latest comments that he would love to play superhero Silver Surfer.
by William Fanelli January 30, 2015 comments
The Wolverine Sequel, Fantastic Four 2, And A Mystery Marvel Project Get Release Dates At Fox
20th Century Fox is in the midst of setting things up so that they will have new comic book projects continually coming out over the next few years. In addition to X-Men: Days of Future Past, which will be coming out this May, the studio already has their Fantastic Four reboot scheduled to come out next year, and X-Men: Apocalypse set for 2016, but now they've officially added three more big titles to their own developing Marvel cinematic universe.
by Eric Eisenberg March 20, 2014 comments