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Marvel Studios’ Fantastic Four Gets a New Pre-Production Update

Marvel Studios’ Fantastic Four Gets a New Pre-Production Update Deadline’s Justin Kroll took to Twitter to share a new update regarding Marvel Studios’ long-awaited Fantastic Four project’s progress, confirming that there is currently no script attached to the Jon Watts-directed film. He also revealed that Marvel Studios had just recently started talking with potential writers. This new pre-production update comes after circulating reports about Oscar winner and X-Men alum Jennifer Lawrence’...
Tags: Jennifer Lawrence, Movies, Fantastic Four, Deadpool, Stan Lee, Marvel Comics, Marvel Studios, Jack Kirby, Roger Corman, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Michael B Jordan, Watts, Kevin Feige, Tom Holland, Josh Trank, Jon Watts

The 50 Greatest Movie Moments of 2020

Every year, the /Film team gathers to do what all websites must: make a big list about the previous year in cinema. And while 2020 offered its fair share of numbing, painful roadblocks, the movies were as good as ever, even as we watched them at home instead of at a movie theater. So compiling a list of the 50 Greatest Movie Moments of 2020 was hard not because there weren’t any great moments, but because there were so many. Here are our favorite moments – shots, scenes, lines of dialogue, gags...
Tags: Florida, Movies, Youtube, New York City, Tesla, Ted, Features, David, Ethan Hawke, Jane Austen, Diana, Roy, Shirley, Steve McQueen, Bill, Charles’s Favorite Movies of 2020 Lists!

ComingSoon’s Favorite Movies of 2020 Lists! It goes without saying that 2020 has been a compromised year at the movies. While many of the blockbusters we were so looking forward to never saw the light of day, there were still plenty of worthy films, to be sure. The staff of is keeping up the holiday tradition of its annual countdown of those worthy entries in our Favorite Movies of 2020 lists, which you can check out below! Click each title to purchase through Amazon! ...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Top, Horror, Aaron Sorkin, Ben Affleck, George Carlin, Chicago, Netflix, Arkansas, Richard Jenkins, Walton Goggins, Sherlock Holmes, Liam Hemsworth, Charlie Hunnam, Chris Hemsworth

The Book of Boba Fett Confirmed as a Mandalorian Spinoff Series

BEGIN SLIDESHOW The Book of Boba Fett Confirmed as a The Mandalorian Spinoff Series It has been three days since The Mandalorian successfully wrapped up its 8-episode second season on Disney+, and by now most Star Wars fans have already heard about its intriguing post-credits scene teasing The Book of Boba Fett. However, the announced project was unclear to many viewers as many were wondering if this would be another separate series or a continuation of The Mandalorian because its target...
Tags: Star Wars, TV, Movies, TV News, Michael Fassbender, Jon Favreau, Lucasfilm, Marvel Studios, Robert Rodriguez, Variety, Josh Trank, Trank, Temuera Morrison, Dave Filoni, Ming Na Wen, Ahsoka

New Star Wars Announcement After The Mandalorian Season Finale [SPOILER]

New Star Wars Announcement After The Mandalorian Season Finale [SPOILER] Warning: This article contains a MAJOR SPOILER about a New Star Wars Project PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; admiralCookie = null; if (typeof readAdmiralCookie === "function"){ admiralCookie = readAdmiralCookie(); } googletag.cmd.push(func...
Tags: Star Wars, TV, Movies, Disney, TV News, Streaming, Michael Fassbender, Lucasfilm, Taika Waititi, Josh Trank, Trank, The Mandalorian, Disney Plus, Fennec Shand, The Book of Boba Fett, George Lucas Fett

Kate Mara Did Not Have a Good Time on ‘Fantastic Four’

Most everyone who worked on Josh Trank‘s 2015 Fantastic Four has, at some point, wished they could forget about the whole thing. From Trank, who has been open about his clashes with studio execs behind the scenes, to the cast members, all of whom came out of the box office bomb relatively unscathed, and even bigger stars in some cases. One of those cast members is Kate Mara, who recently revealed that she had a “horrible experience on Fantastic Four,” apart from meeting her now-husband Jamie Be...
Tags: Movies, Sony, Hulu, Mara, Collider, Kate-Mara, Josh Trank, Trank, Comic Book/Superhero, Fantastic-Four, Jamie Bell, Emmy Magazine

Fantastic Four’s Kate Mara Reveals Her ‘Regret’ About Josh Trank’s Ill-Fated Blockbuster

The 2015 film was a disaster all around.
Tags: Religion, Kate Mara, Josh Trank

Kate Mara Reflects on Her Fantastic Four Regrets

Kate Mara Reflects on Her Fantastic Four Regrets Many fans would rather pretend that Josh Trank’s critically-maligned Fantastic Four reboot never happened. Regardless, the movie’s well-documented shortcomings essentially guarantee that we’ll be talking about it for years to come. This is mainly because every so often, someone close to the film has something new to say about it. This week, that honor falls to Kate Mara, who starred in the reboot as Sue Storm/Invisible Woman. In a new sit-down ...
Tags: Movies, 20th Century Fox, Mara, Kate Mara, Josh Trank, Trank, Movie News, Collider Mara, Emmy Magazine, Jamie Bell Ben Grimm

Ridley Scott to Direct a Napoleon Film Starring Joaquin Phoenix

Sir Ridley Scott seems poised to do what Stanley Kubrick famously could not: make a movie about Napoleon. A new report says Scott is set to direct an epic Napoleon film called Kitbag which will reunite him with his Gladiator cast member Joaquin Phoenix, who recently won a Best Actor trophy at the Oscars for his work on last year’s Joker. Cue the “Napoleon dancing down the steps” memes, and learn more about the project below. Deadline reports that screenwriter David Scarpa, who previously wro...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Casting, Disney, Sony, Stanley Kubrick, Philadelphia, Napoleon Bonaparte, Ridley-Scott, 20th Century Fox, Joaquin Phoenix, Danny DeVito, Napoleon, Phoenix, Scott, Josephine

Now Stream This: ‘Master and Commander’, ‘Jurassic Park’, ‘Inception’, ‘Host’, ‘Birds of Prey’, ‘The Greatest Showman’, and More

(Welcome to Now Stream This, a column dedicated to the best movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and every other streaming service out there.) Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World Now Streaming on Hulu Release Date: 2003 Genre: War-Drama Adventure Director: Peter Weir Cast: Russell Crowe, Paul Bettany In a sane world, Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World launched a whole series of movies based on the Patrick O’Brian novels inspired. But we don’t live in a san...
Tags: Amazon, Florida, Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Movies, America, Features, Netflix, Hugh Jackman, Leonardo Dicaprio, Jurassic Park, Brian, Johnny Depp, Birds Of Prey, Bob, Nolan

‘Here Comes the Flood’: Jason Bateman in Talks to Direct Netflix Heist Film

Jason Bateman might be ready to orchestrate a heist. The actor/director is reportedly in early talks to direct Here Comes the Flood, a heist film written by X-Men franchise writer/producer Simon Kinberg. The movie is for Netflix, where Bateman has been working on the streaming drama Ozark; earlier this week, he earned his third straight Emmy nomination for his work on that series. Deadline brings the news about Bateman potentially directing Here Comes the Flood, which the site describes as “...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Romance, Stephen King, Netflix, Thriller, Sherlock Holmes, Jason-Bateman, Guy Ritchie, Bateman, Mrs Smith, Simon-Kinberg, Josh Trank, Craig Mazin, Here Comes The Flood

Now Stream This: ‘Hamilton’, ‘Batman: Mask of the Phantasm’, ‘Panic Room’, ‘Certain Women’, ‘The Town’, ‘The Beach House’, and More

(Welcome to Now Stream This, a column dedicated to the best movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and every other streaming service out there.) Hamilton Now Streaming on Disney+ Release Date: 2020 Genre: Musical Director:  Thomas Kail Cast: Daveed Diggs, Renée Elise Goldsberry, Jonathan Groff, Christopher Jackson, Jasmine Cephas Jones, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Leslie Odom Jr., Okieriete Onaodowan, Anthony Ramos, Phillipa Soo By now, there’s a good chance you’ve already watched Hamilton ...
Tags: Hbo, New York, Movies, Ben Affleck, Tim Burton, Disney, Features, Gotham, Broadway, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Laura Dern, Jared Harris, Les Miserables, Kristen Stewart, Hulu

Max Minghella to Helm Shell at HBO Max

Max Minghella to Helm Shell at HBO Max After making his directorial debut in 2018 with the well-received musical drama Teen Spirit, Max Minghella (The Social Network) is ready to return behind the camera for Jack Stanley’s spec script Shell at HBO Max, according to Deadline. RELATED: Oscar-Winning Short Film Hair Love Gets Series Order at HBO Max PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptA...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Netflix, Shell, Social Network, Lou, Josh Trank, Michael Kovac Getty, Max Minghella, Minghella, Fred Berger, Automatik, Blank Tape, Allison Janney I Tonya, Jack Stanley, HBO Max

Josh Trank Says Other Filmmakers Pushed Him to Make Capone Weirder

Josh Trank Says Other Filmmakers Pushed Him to Make Capone Weirder By now, many of you have seen Josh Trank’s Capone, starring Tom Hardy in the titular role of the famed mobster; and so you know the film was … well … kinda weird. Well, as it turns out, Trank was prompted by other filmmakers to push hard for that weird tone. “Yeah, everybody was like, ‘There are areas where you could be weirder. If you’ve already gone this far to make a movie this weird and this unexpected, own it. Own your s...
Tags: Movies, Chicago, Tom Hardy, Rosie, Robert DeNiro, Al Capone, Capone, Josh Trank, Trank, Brian DePalma, ComingSoon, Movie News, Jack Lowden, Lawrence Bender, Russell Ackerman, John Schoenfelder

California Governor Says TV & Film Production Can Restart June 12

California Governor Says TV & Film Production Can Restart June 12 It looks liked the coronavirus pandemic is finally slowing down, which means the world can resume its previously scheduled programming in a short while. Actually, much sooner than that. According to The Hollywood Reporter, California Governor Gavin Newsom revealed that all film and TV production can recommence on June 12. RELATED: Josh Trank Wanted to Quit Fantastic Four Over One Casting Choice “Music, TV and film production m...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, California, Atlanta, Production, Teamsters, Gavin Newsom, Tyler Perry, Iatse, Perry, California Department of Public Health, Josh Trank, Governor s Office, Movie News, Adam Wingard, California Department of Industrial Relations

‘Fantastic Four’ Director Pitched a Black Sue Storm, but Got ‘Heavy Pushback’

Josh Trank, director of the 2015 reboot of “Fantastic Four,” has revealed that he wanted to cast a Black actress as the superhero Sue Storm, but got “heavy pushback.” Kate Mara was cast as Sue Storm, a.k.a. the Invisible Woman, one of the founding members of the Fantastic Four along with her brother Johnny Storm, […]
Tags: News, Fantastic Four, Michael B. Jordan, Kate Mara, Josh Trank, Johnny Storm

Studio Interference Kept Sue Storm From Being Black in 2015's Fantastic Four, Says Director Josh Trank

Josh Trank, in the time surrounding the release of his latest movie, Capone, has been more open than ever about his troubled experiences directing big-budget superhero fare with the disastrous 2015 version of Fantastic Four. Now, he’s being frank about the racial politics of casting that film. Read more...
Tags: Science, Fantastic Four, Marvel, Racism, 20th Century Fox, Michael B Jordan, Capone, Josh Trank, Johnny Storm, Sue Storm, Franklin Storm

Josh Trank Wanted to Quit Fantastic Four Over One Casting Choice

Josh Trank wanted to quit Fantastic Four over one casting choice Five years later, it’s no secret that the Josh Trank-helmed reboot of the previously Fox-owned Fantastic Four franchise was riddled with production issues and studio interference and in a new interview with Geeks of Color, the 36-year-old filmmaker revealed that the first sign of his trouble came with trying to cast a black woman in the role of Sue Storm, aka The Invisible Woman. RELATED: Fantastic Four: John Krasinski Would L...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Fox, Margot Robbie, Marvel Studios, John Krasinski, Michael B Jordan, Johnny, Simon Kinberg, Josh Trank, Trank, MCU, Johnny Storm, Movie News, Jeremy Slater, Umbrella Academy

Josh Trank Says He Should Have Left ‘Fantastic Four’ When Fox Didn’t Let Him Cast a Black Sue Storm

In a recent profile of Fantastic Four director Josh Trank, the filmmaker said he slept with a gun by his bed because of threats he was receiving online due to his decision to cast a black actor as Johnny Storm, AKA The Human Torch. Now Trank says he initially tried to cast a black woman to play Johnny’s sister, Sue Storm AKA The Invisible Woman, in the 2015 movie, but that he encountered “quite a bit of heavy pushback” from the studio and essentially wasn’t allowed to.  “There were a lot of c...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Casting, Fox, 20th Century Fox, Margot Robbie, Michael B Jordan, Johnny, Kate Mara, Josh Trank, Trank, Johnny Storm, Comic Book/Superhero, Action/Adventure, Fantastic-Four

How Capone Director Josh Trank Feels About The Movie’s Negative Reviews

A lot of people did not like the Chronicle director's latest flick.
Tags: Religion, Chronicle, Josh Trank

Daily Podcast: Labyrinth 2, Disney World, Indiana Jones 5, Jurassic World Dominion, Snyder Cut, Suicide Squad and Ghostbusters

On the May 27, 2020 Episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film weekend editor Brad Oman , and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to discuss the latest film and tv news, including Labyrinth, Disney World, Indiana Jones 5, Jurassic World Dominion, Snyder Cut, Suicide Squad and Ghostbusters. In The News: HT: ‘Labyrinth’ Sequel Finds New Life With ‘Doctor Strange’ Director Scott Derrickson Brad: Walt Disney World Plans to Begi...
Tags: Movies, Justice League, Paul Feig, Indiana Jones, Chris, David Ayer, Brad, Zack Snyder, Josh Trank, Peter Sciretta, James Mangold, Hoai Tran Bui, Chris Evangelista, Film Daily Podcast, Brad Oman, Sam Hume

David Ayer’s ‘Suicide Squad’ Director’s Cut “Would Be Easy to Complete,” Josh Trank Not Interested in ‘Fantastic Four’ Director’s Cut

This is the world we live in now: if you are loud enough about demanding a director’s cut on Twitter, it will come. After the mythic Snyder Cut earned its triumphant victory with an HBO Max release in 2021, the floodgates have opened for directors who want their original visions to be shown to rabid fans. The latest filmmaker to join the director’s cut train is David Ayer, whose 2016 comic book film Suicide Squad was famously subjected to long reshoots and re-edits. Ayer revealed that is “Ayer ...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Suicide Squad, Batman, Warner Bros, 20th Century Fox, Warner Brothers, David Ayer, Ayer, Zack Snyder, Edward Scissorhands, Josh Trank, Trank, Comic Book/Superhero, Fantastic-Four, Snyder Cut of Justice League

El-P – “Mama’s Hurt” & “That Is Al That’s Left”

El-P scored the end credits of Josh Trank's 2015 Fantastic Four reboot. And now he's scored the entirety of the director's new movie Capone, a biopic starring Tom Hardy as an aging Al Capone. "I grew up on film scores and they’ve always been a huge influence on me and I’ve been hoping … More »
Tags: Music, Tom Hardy, El-p, Al Capone, Capone, Josh Trank

Capone Movie Sets VOD Record for Vertical Entertainment

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Capone Movie Sets VOD Record for Vertical Entertainment After 10 days since Josh Trank’s Capone had made its debut on VOD in May 12, Vertical Entertainment has revealed that the Al Capone biopic has already earned a gross of over $2.5 million which is more than any of the company’s previous VOD releases. Despite receiving mixed reviews from critics, the Tom Hardy-led film has also successfully grabbed the number one spot on iTunes charts within the first 3 days of its re...
Tags: Movies, Chicago, Streaming, Tom Hardy, Rosie, Robert DeNiro, Al Capone, Capone, Josh Trank, Brian DePalma, Movie News, Noel Fisher, Jack Lowden, Vertical Entertainment, Lawrence Bender, Russell Ackerman

Ep. 568 – Capone (GUEST: Scott Wampler from Birth.Movies.Death.)

This week, Dave, Devindra, and Jeff stay in to watch Capone, the latest film by director Josh Trank. The cast is joined by Scott Wampler, Managing Editor at Birth.Movies.Death and co-Host of The Kingcast, to evaluate this Tom Hardy performance. Tune in to hear not one but two of Jeff’s limericks. Read Kyle Buchanan’s oral history of Mad Max: Fury Road here. Read about why Jurassic World makes sense now here. Thanks to our sponsors this week: Light Stream and Hunt a Killer. For bet...
Tags: Movies, Youtube, David, Jurassic World, Tom Hardy, Jeff, Engadget, Capone, Josh Trank, Kyle Buchanan, Slashfilmcast, The Show, Jeff Cannata, Kyle Hillinger, Devindra, Scott Wampler

Josh Trank and Tom Hardy Developing a CIA Limited Series

Josh Trank and Tom Hardy developing a CIA limited series Following the digital release of Capone earlier this week, director Josh Trank has confirmed that he will again be reuniting with Academy Award nominee Tom Hardy in an untitled limited series that centers around the formation of the CIA. Speaking with Collider, the Chronicle filmmaker has revealed he and Hardy will serve as producers for the project which he described as “interesting, dangerous and fascinating.”  RELATED: Capone Review ...
Tags: TV, Movies, TV News, Cia, Sony Pictures, Cuba, Tom Hardy, Castro, Hardy, Capone, Josh Trank, Trank, Albert L Ortega Getty, Collider the Chronicle, Capone Review, Eddie Brock Photo

Josh Trank and Tom Hardy Reuniting for Limited Series About the CIA

Josh Trank and Tom Hardy recently unleashed Capone upon the world, and they’re not through yet. According to Trank, he’s developing a new limited series about the CIA for Hardy to produce and star in. The series will track the forming of the CIA and, in Trank’s words, “capitalism versus communism.” And I only have one question: what weird voice will Hardy use on the show? I’m one of the few people who enjoyed Capone, Josh Trank’s weird horror movie/gangster movie hybrid that has Tom Hardy pl...
Tags: Television, Movies, Robert De Niro, Cia, Cuba, Tom Hardy, Castro, True Story, Hardy, Collider, Al Capone, Capone, Josh Trank, Trank, Capone Josh Trank, Tom Hardy Reuniting

Fact-checking 'Capone': What's true, what's not in Tom Hardy's new gangster movie

Tom Hardy steps into notorious gangster shoes, playing Al Capone in "Capone." What's true, what's not in Josh Trank's new movie (now streaming).          [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, Religion, Usa Today, Tom Hardy, Al Capone, Capone, Josh Trank

‘Fantastic Four’ Director Tim Story to Return to Superhero Movies with ‘Night Wolf’, Starring Kevin Hart

A decade before Josh Trank’s disastrous Fantastic Four film hit theaters, director Tim Story tackled Marvel’s First Family in a colorful, breezy, largely forgettable comic book movie. He directed a sequel two years later and has since been out of the superhero realm altogether, but now it looks like he’s found his re-entry point. Story is currently in negotiations to direct Night Wolf, which will reunite him with his frequent star Kevin Hart and aims to put a new spin on cinematic superhero sto...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Story, Kevin-Hart, Warner Bros, Deadline, Forest Whitaker, Denzel Washington, Stx Entertainment, Tim-Story, Tom, Hart, Jerry, Josh Trank, Comic Book/Superhero, Dan Hernandez

Josh Trank Talks Capone, Tom Hardy, Fantastic Four And More

Josh Trank joins us to discuss his return to the writer/director chair, Capone.
Tags: Religion, Josh Trank, Capone Tom Hardy