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In what may turn out to be the most predictable news of 2015, Den of Geek is reporting that the critical and box-office clobbering Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four movie took has spelled doom for the franchise at 20th Century Fox, and now the thing that has caused such a firestorm of controversy for them is finally going back where it belongs: Marvel Studios. 

Like Spider-Man, who Marvel recently partnered with Sony to reintegrate into their cinematic universe, Feige already has contingency plans set up in case the Fantastic Four team is brought back to the MCU. Side characters like Galactus, Doctor Doom, The Silver Surfer and The Watcher played critical roles in the original “Infinity Gauntlet” comics stories of the ’90s and could very well be brought onto the board just in time for the two-part Avengers: Infinity War films that the Russo Brothers will direct. 

As for now, with no official word from either Marvel or Fox, this may simply be overenthusiastic fan speculation, but food for thought for all the true believers out there. 

UPDATE: According to io9 ‘s sources, the above rumor is just that, a rumor, and that Marvel and Fox have NOT made a trade for FF rights at this time. 

Summer's the season for blockbuster movie releases, which means spring is the time for blockbuster-movie trailers. And this spring, it seems leaked trailers are all the rage. Just last week, director Zack Snyder announced that a special screening for the trailer for the upcoming "Batman v Superman" film was to be held in Imax theaters around the US. Then the trailer leaked online , forcing the studio to release the official trailer earlier than it would have liked.

Now this Sunday, the trailer for the new "Fantastic Four" film was posted online a day earlier than its official release date. The trailer was leaked by a YouTube user going by the name of lioonelx . It's the only video posted by the user, who remains completely anonymous in his YouTube profile. If you were fast, you got to see it. If not, you had to wait until this morning -- 20th Century Fox had the leak pulled from YouTube yesterday and released it on its own site today.

Unlike the first trailer for the film, which was released in January, this one shows off a lot more of the powers possessed by the team of cosmic-ray-zapped adventurers.

There's the Invisible Woman ( Kate Mara ) blinking out of view on the exam table, Mr. Fantastic ( Miles Teller )'s arm stretching impossibly through a restraint and the Human Torch ( Michael B. Jordan ) burning up the screen in several scenes. Although we don't see much of the Thing ( Jamie Bell ) in action, we do catch him being "born" from a pile of rubble and dropped out of a bomb hatch like it's no big deal.

The trailer also gives a glimpse of the Four's longtime nemesis, Dr. Doom, who will be the main villain of the piece. As revealed earlier this year by Toby Kebbell , the actor who plays him, Doom won't be a Latverian gypsy as he was in the original comics , but rather a programmer who uses the name as his online handle.

"If you want to stop him," advises Fantastic father-in-law Franklin Storm, "it's going to take everything you have." It seems like the big movie houses could well take the same advice if they want to keep trailers from leaking.

In what may turn out to be the most predictable news of 2015, Den of Geek is reporting that the critical and box-office clobbering Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four movie took has spelled doom for the franchise at 20th Century Fox, and now the thing that has caused such a firestorm of controversy for them is finally going back where it belongs: Marvel Studios. 

Like Spider-Man, who Marvel recently partnered with Sony to reintegrate into their cinematic universe, Feige already has contingency plans set up in case the Fantastic Four team is brought back to the MCU. Side characters like Galactus, Doctor Doom, The Silver Surfer and The Watcher played critical roles in the original “Infinity Gauntlet” comics stories of the ’90s and could very well be brought onto the board just in time for the two-part Avengers: Infinity War films that the Russo Brothers will direct. 

As for now, with no official word from either Marvel or Fox, this may simply be overenthusiastic fan speculation, but food for thought for all the true believers out there. 

UPDATE: According to io9 ‘s sources, the above rumor is just that, a rumor, and that Marvel and Fox have NOT made a trade for FF rights at this time. 

Summer's the season for blockbuster movie releases, which means spring is the time for blockbuster-movie trailers. And this spring, it seems leaked trailers are all the rage. Just last week, director Zack Snyder announced that a special screening for the trailer for the upcoming "Batman v Superman" film was to be held in Imax theaters around the US. Then the trailer leaked online , forcing the studio to release the official trailer earlier than it would have liked.

Now this Sunday, the trailer for the new "Fantastic Four" film was posted online a day earlier than its official release date. The trailer was leaked by a YouTube user going by the name of lioonelx . It's the only video posted by the user, who remains completely anonymous in his YouTube profile. If you were fast, you got to see it. If not, you had to wait until this morning -- 20th Century Fox had the leak pulled from YouTube yesterday and released it on its own site today.

Unlike the first trailer for the film, which was released in January, this one shows off a lot more of the powers possessed by the team of cosmic-ray-zapped adventurers.

There's the Invisible Woman ( Kate Mara ) blinking out of view on the exam table, Mr. Fantastic ( Miles Teller )'s arm stretching impossibly through a restraint and the Human Torch ( Michael B. Jordan ) burning up the screen in several scenes. Although we don't see much of the Thing ( Jamie Bell ) in action, we do catch him being "born" from a pile of rubble and dropped out of a bomb hatch like it's no big deal.

The trailer also gives a glimpse of the Four's longtime nemesis, Dr. Doom, who will be the main villain of the piece. As revealed earlier this year by Toby Kebbell , the actor who plays him, Doom won't be a Latverian gypsy as he was in the original comics , but rather a programmer who uses the name as his online handle.

"If you want to stop him," advises Fantastic father-in-law Franklin Storm, "it's going to take everything you have." It seems like the big movie houses could well take the same advice if they want to keep trailers from leaking.

"I knew it was going to get ugly," the director said in a recent interview for an upcoming cover story on "Fantastic Four" in Hero Complex magazine.

In casting Michael B. Jordan as Johnny Storm/The Human Torch, Trank changed the race of an iconic comic book character who dates back to 1961 – a move that was bound to stir up controversy. And the debate wouldn't stop there; many fans also questioned the choice of the relatively small, 5-foot-7 Jamie Bell to play one of the comic world's great behemoths, Ben Grimm/The Thing.

Some of the Internet push-back over Jordan's casting has carried nasty racial overtones, which Jordan himself tackled head-on in a recent Entertainment Weekly essay  addressed to "the trolls on the Internet."

Still, the 31-year-old Trank – who had worked with Jordan on his previous film, 2012's "Chronicle" – says he is sympathetic to fans who want to preserve the image of "Marvel's First Family" as they've always known it.

"I get it," he said. "I have a lot of friends who are older than me who are comic fans and it's really hard for them to be on board with a change like that. 'Fantastic Four' has been theirs for longer than I've been alive. It hasn't been mine."

But Trank argues that comic fans, creators and filmmakers alike should remain open to fresh interpretations and be willing to stretch and bend, Mister Fantastic-style, with changing times.

Fantastic Four (stylized as Fantastic 4 ) is a 2005 American-German [1] superhero film based on the Marvel Comics team of the same name . It was directed by Tim Story , and released by 20th Century Fox . The film stars Ioan Gruffudd , Jessica Alba , Chris Evans , Michael Chiklis , Julian McMahon and Kerry Washington .

This was the second live-action Fantastic Four film to be filmed. A previous attempt, titled The Fantastic Four , was a B-movie produced by Roger Corman that ultimately went unreleased. Fantastic Four was released in the United States on July 8, 2005. A sequel, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer , was released in 2007. A reboot of the same name was released in 2015, exactly 10 years after the previous film.

Reed tells the group he will construct a machine to recreate the storm and reverse its effects on them, but warns it could possibly accelerate them instead. Meanwhile, Von Doom's arm has become organic metal, giving him superhuman strength allowing him to produce bolts of electricity, and he begins plotting revenge. He drives a wedge between Grimm and Reed, who has rekindled his relationship with Susan Storm. Using the machine, Von Doom restores Grimm to human form, while accelerating Von Doom's condition, causing much of his body to turn to metal. Von Doom knocks the human Grimm unconscious and captures Reed.

As in almost all of the previous Marvel Comics-based films, Fantastic Four co-creator Stan Lee makes a cameo appearance . He is Willie Lumpkin, the postal worker who greets the team on their way to the Baxter Building elevator . [7] Hugh Jackman reprises his role as Logan / Wolverine in a scene in which Reed Richards changes his face to resemble Jackman's portrayal of Wolverine in an attempt to woo Sue Storm; the scene was deleted from the theatrical cut of Fantastic Four and was restored in the "Extended Cut" of the film. [8]

The American premiere of Fantastic Four was moved from July 1, 2005, to the week of July 8 to avoid competition with Steven Spielberg 's motion picture War of the Worlds , during its first week. [28] Fantastic Four opened in 3,602 movie theaters in the United States, and increased to 3,619 theaters in the following week. [29]

In paid attendance, Fantastic Four was a commercial success, and achieved the top position in gross income , making $56,061,504 during its first weekend. By the end of 2005, Fantastic Four had accumulated a gross income of about $330,579,700 from theaters around the world, about $154,696,080 of this coming in the United States. [4]

In what may turn out to be the most predictable news of 2015, Den of Geek is reporting that the critical and box-office clobbering Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four movie took has spelled doom for the franchise at 20th Century Fox, and now the thing that has caused such a firestorm of controversy for them is finally going back where it belongs: Marvel Studios. 

Like Spider-Man, who Marvel recently partnered with Sony to reintegrate into their cinematic universe, Feige already has contingency plans set up in case the Fantastic Four team is brought back to the MCU. Side characters like Galactus, Doctor Doom, The Silver Surfer and The Watcher played critical roles in the original “Infinity Gauntlet” comics stories of the ’90s and could very well be brought onto the board just in time for the two-part Avengers: Infinity War films that the Russo Brothers will direct. 

As for now, with no official word from either Marvel or Fox, this may simply be overenthusiastic fan speculation, but food for thought for all the true believers out there. 

UPDATE: According to io9 ‘s sources, the above rumor is just that, a rumor, and that Marvel and Fox have NOT made a trade for FF rights at this time. 

Summer's the season for blockbuster movie releases, which means spring is the time for blockbuster-movie trailers. And this spring, it seems leaked trailers are all the rage. Just last week, director Zack Snyder announced that a special screening for the trailer for the upcoming "Batman v Superman" film was to be held in Imax theaters around the US. Then the trailer leaked online , forcing the studio to release the official trailer earlier than it would have liked.

Now this Sunday, the trailer for the new "Fantastic Four" film was posted online a day earlier than its official release date. The trailer was leaked by a YouTube user going by the name of lioonelx . It's the only video posted by the user, who remains completely anonymous in his YouTube profile. If you were fast, you got to see it. If not, you had to wait until this morning -- 20th Century Fox had the leak pulled from YouTube yesterday and released it on its own site today.

Unlike the first trailer for the film, which was released in January, this one shows off a lot more of the powers possessed by the team of cosmic-ray-zapped adventurers.

There's the Invisible Woman ( Kate Mara ) blinking out of view on the exam table, Mr. Fantastic ( Miles Teller )'s arm stretching impossibly through a restraint and the Human Torch ( Michael B. Jordan ) burning up the screen in several scenes. Although we don't see much of the Thing ( Jamie Bell ) in action, we do catch him being "born" from a pile of rubble and dropped out of a bomb hatch like it's no big deal.

The trailer also gives a glimpse of the Four's longtime nemesis, Dr. Doom, who will be the main villain of the piece. As revealed earlier this year by Toby Kebbell , the actor who plays him, Doom won't be a Latverian gypsy as he was in the original comics , but rather a programmer who uses the name as his online handle.

"If you want to stop him," advises Fantastic father-in-law Franklin Storm, "it's going to take everything you have." It seems like the big movie houses could well take the same advice if they want to keep trailers from leaking.

"I knew it was going to get ugly," the director said in a recent interview for an upcoming cover story on "Fantastic Four" in Hero Complex magazine.

In casting Michael B. Jordan as Johnny Storm/The Human Torch, Trank changed the race of an iconic comic book character who dates back to 1961 – a move that was bound to stir up controversy. And the debate wouldn't stop there; many fans also questioned the choice of the relatively small, 5-foot-7 Jamie Bell to play one of the comic world's great behemoths, Ben Grimm/The Thing.

Some of the Internet push-back over Jordan's casting has carried nasty racial overtones, which Jordan himself tackled head-on in a recent Entertainment Weekly essay  addressed to "the trolls on the Internet."

Still, the 31-year-old Trank – who had worked with Jordan on his previous film, 2012's "Chronicle" – says he is sympathetic to fans who want to preserve the image of "Marvel's First Family" as they've always known it.

"I get it," he said. "I have a lot of friends who are older than me who are comic fans and it's really hard for them to be on board with a change like that. 'Fantastic Four' has been theirs for longer than I've been alive. It hasn't been mine."

But Trank argues that comic fans, creators and filmmakers alike should remain open to fresh interpretations and be willing to stretch and bend, Mister Fantastic-style, with changing times.

In what may turn out to be the most predictable news of 2015, Den of Geek is reporting that the critical and box-office clobbering Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four movie took has spelled doom for the franchise at 20th Century Fox, and now the thing that has caused such a firestorm of controversy for them is finally going back where it belongs: Marvel Studios. 

Like Spider-Man, who Marvel recently partnered with Sony to reintegrate into their cinematic universe, Feige already has contingency plans set up in case the Fantastic Four team is brought back to the MCU. Side characters like Galactus, Doctor Doom, The Silver Surfer and The Watcher played critical roles in the original “Infinity Gauntlet” comics stories of the ’90s and could very well be brought onto the board just in time for the two-part Avengers: Infinity War films that the Russo Brothers will direct. 

As for now, with no official word from either Marvel or Fox, this may simply be overenthusiastic fan speculation, but food for thought for all the true believers out there. 

UPDATE: According to io9 ‘s sources, the above rumor is just that, a rumor, and that Marvel and Fox have NOT made a trade for FF rights at this time. 

Summer's the season for blockbuster movie releases, which means spring is the time for blockbuster-movie trailers. And this spring, it seems leaked trailers are all the rage. Just last week, director Zack Snyder announced that a special screening for the trailer for the upcoming "Batman v Superman" film was to be held in Imax theaters around the US. Then the trailer leaked online , forcing the studio to release the official trailer earlier than it would have liked.

Now this Sunday, the trailer for the new "Fantastic Four" film was posted online a day earlier than its official release date. The trailer was leaked by a YouTube user going by the name of lioonelx . It's the only video posted by the user, who remains completely anonymous in his YouTube profile. If you were fast, you got to see it. If not, you had to wait until this morning -- 20th Century Fox had the leak pulled from YouTube yesterday and released it on its own site today.

Unlike the first trailer for the film, which was released in January, this one shows off a lot more of the powers possessed by the team of cosmic-ray-zapped adventurers.

There's the Invisible Woman ( Kate Mara ) blinking out of view on the exam table, Mr. Fantastic ( Miles Teller )'s arm stretching impossibly through a restraint and the Human Torch ( Michael B. Jordan ) burning up the screen in several scenes. Although we don't see much of the Thing ( Jamie Bell ) in action, we do catch him being "born" from a pile of rubble and dropped out of a bomb hatch like it's no big deal.

The trailer also gives a glimpse of the Four's longtime nemesis, Dr. Doom, who will be the main villain of the piece. As revealed earlier this year by Toby Kebbell , the actor who plays him, Doom won't be a Latverian gypsy as he was in the original comics , but rather a programmer who uses the name as his online handle.

"If you want to stop him," advises Fantastic father-in-law Franklin Storm, "it's going to take everything you have." It seems like the big movie houses could well take the same advice if they want to keep trailers from leaking.

"I knew it was going to get ugly," the director said in a recent interview for an upcoming cover story on "Fantastic Four" in Hero Complex magazine.

In casting Michael B. Jordan as Johnny Storm/The Human Torch, Trank changed the race of an iconic comic book character who dates back to 1961 – a move that was bound to stir up controversy. And the debate wouldn't stop there; many fans also questioned the choice of the relatively small, 5-foot-7 Jamie Bell to play one of the comic world's great behemoths, Ben Grimm/The Thing.

Some of the Internet push-back over Jordan's casting has carried nasty racial overtones, which Jordan himself tackled head-on in a recent Entertainment Weekly essay  addressed to "the trolls on the Internet."

Still, the 31-year-old Trank – who had worked with Jordan on his previous film, 2012's "Chronicle" – says he is sympathetic to fans who want to preserve the image of "Marvel's First Family" as they've always known it.

"I get it," he said. "I have a lot of friends who are older than me who are comic fans and it's really hard for them to be on board with a change like that. 'Fantastic Four' has been theirs for longer than I've been alive. It hasn't been mine."

But Trank argues that comic fans, creators and filmmakers alike should remain open to fresh interpretations and be willing to stretch and bend, Mister Fantastic-style, with changing times.

Fantastic Four (stylized as Fantastic 4 ) is a 2005 American-German [1] superhero film based on the Marvel Comics team of the same name . It was directed by Tim Story , and released by 20th Century Fox . The film stars Ioan Gruffudd , Jessica Alba , Chris Evans , Michael Chiklis , Julian McMahon and Kerry Washington .

This was the second live-action Fantastic Four film to be filmed. A previous attempt, titled The Fantastic Four , was a B-movie produced by Roger Corman that ultimately went unreleased. Fantastic Four was released in the United States on July 8, 2005. A sequel, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer , was released in 2007. A reboot of the same name was released in 2015, exactly 10 years after the previous film.

Reed tells the group he will construct a machine to recreate the storm and reverse its effects on them, but warns it could possibly accelerate them instead. Meanwhile, Von Doom's arm has become organic metal, giving him superhuman strength allowing him to produce bolts of electricity, and he begins plotting revenge. He drives a wedge between Grimm and Reed, who has rekindled his relationship with Susan Storm. Using the machine, Von Doom restores Grimm to human form, while accelerating Von Doom's condition, causing much of his body to turn to metal. Von Doom knocks the human Grimm unconscious and captures Reed.

As in almost all of the previous Marvel Comics-based films, Fantastic Four co-creator Stan Lee makes a cameo appearance . He is Willie Lumpkin, the postal worker who greets the team on their way to the Baxter Building elevator . [7] Hugh Jackman reprises his role as Logan / Wolverine in a scene in which Reed Richards changes his face to resemble Jackman's portrayal of Wolverine in an attempt to woo Sue Storm; the scene was deleted from the theatrical cut of Fantastic Four and was restored in the "Extended Cut" of the film. [8]

The American premiere of Fantastic Four was moved from July 1, 2005, to the week of July 8 to avoid competition with Steven Spielberg 's motion picture War of the Worlds , during its first week. [28] Fantastic Four opened in 3,602 movie theaters in the United States, and increased to 3,619 theaters in the following week. [29]

In paid attendance, Fantastic Four was a commercial success, and achieved the top position in gross income , making $56,061,504 during its first weekend. By the end of 2005, Fantastic Four had accumulated a gross income of about $330,579,700 from theaters around the world, about $154,696,080 of this coming in the United States. [4]

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In what may turn out to be the most predictable news of 2015, Den of Geek is reporting that the critical and box-office clobbering Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four movie took has spelled doom for the franchise at 20th Century Fox, and now the thing that has caused such a firestorm of controversy for them is finally going back where it belongs: Marvel Studios. 

Like Spider-Man, who Marvel recently partnered with Sony to reintegrate into their cinematic universe, Feige already has contingency plans set up in case the Fantastic Four team is brought back to the MCU. Side characters like Galactus, Doctor Doom, The Silver Surfer and The Watcher played critical roles in the original “Infinity Gauntlet” comics stories of the ’90s and could very well be brought onto the board just in time for the two-part Avengers: Infinity War films that the Russo Brothers will direct. 

As for now, with no official word from either Marvel or Fox, this may simply be overenthusiastic fan speculation, but food for thought for all the true believers out there. 

UPDATE: According to io9 ‘s sources, the above rumor is just that, a rumor, and that Marvel and Fox have NOT made a trade for FF rights at this time. 


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