Fox's long in-development Fantastic Four reboot finally kicks off production this month.
Just a few weeks ago and a not a moment too soon, the studio finally locked down a a quartet to star as Marvel's First Family, casting Miles Teller, Kate Mara, Michael. B Jordan, and Jamie Bell.
Now that his involvement is officially official, Jordan, the actor longest associated with the project, is commenting on his role Johnny Storm aka the Human Torch.
Clobberin' time is finally nigh.
20th Century Fox has finally settled on a quartet of young actors to star as Marvel's first family in the Fantastic Four reboot.
Currently in final negotiations to star in next summer's superhero movie are Miles Teller, Michael B. Jordan, Kate Mara, and Jamie Bell.
How is 20th Century Fox supposed to compete with all the hot fire Marvel Studios is spitting on Guardians of the Galaxy?
With a half-dozen images focusing on the 1973 chunk of X-Men: Days of Future Past. By extension, with a single image of a blue, nearly naked Jennifer Lawrence wielding a pistol as Raven Darkholme aka Mystique.
We've got enough X-Men: Days of Future Past news to fill the Blackbird today.
Among the bits of promotional sweetness today are one behind the scenes image featuring Nicholas Hoult, as well as four baseball card-style pictures of James McAvoy, Patrick Stewart, Halle Berry, and Daniel Cudmore.
More intriguingly, though, director Matthew Vaughn is speaking publicly for the first time about his reasons for opting out of returning to direct the prequel-sequel.
When aliens invade during the summer of 2016 in Independence Day 2, Captain Steven Hiller won't defend the planet; he'll probably be at a Fourth of July barbecue or something instead.
After much dillying and even a bit of dallying, Will Smith has reportedly opted against returning to star in the sequel to 1996's biggest blockbuster.
With production less than two months away, the Fantastic Four reboot is screen-testing actors to fill out the three members of the quartet that remain uncast.
A few new actors have emerged as candidates to play Sue Storm and Ben Grimm. There's also word that Marvel's First Family will square off against their most famous nemesis all over again, but Dr. Doom might just be a lady this time.
This summer's X-Men: Days of Future Past contains many mutants both familiar and new.
Yet Gambit, a fan-favorite X-Man is conspicuously absent. Played briefly in X-Men Origins: Wolverine by Taylor Kitsch, the Cajun card-slinger had the misfortune of being a part of Fox's most unfortunate X-movie.
Gambit fans can hold out hope alongside Lauren Shuler-Donner, who is discussed the possibility of a rebooted Remy LaBeau in his own solo cinematic adventure.
A quartet of sharp official images from X-Men: Days of Future Past offer up two blasts from the past and two something-that-rhymes-with-future from the future.
And the prequel-sequel's production designer is explaining the Future-Sentinels, humanity's ultimate weapon for mutant extermination.
Production on the Fantastic Four reboot kicks off in March, yet only Johnny Storm, one-fourth of Marvel's First Family, has actually been cast. Actually, he might not even be cast. All we have are rumors in lieu of actual announcements.
And all the rumors we've been hearing have focused on Reed Richards and Sue Storm, leaving Ben Grimm conspicuously out in the cold.
The first big rumor regarding The Thing's casting has emerged, only to be quickly swatted down by director Josh Trank.
What's the best way of reminding everybody that X-Men: Days of Future Past includes appearances by many, many Marvel Comics characters?
By dropping twenty-five variant covers of the same magazine, apparently.