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Tim Story On ‘Think Like A Man Too’ and His Thoughts On the ‘Fantastic Four’ Reboot

Sony Pictures
Sony Pictures

Tim Story admits that he wishes he could have directed his 'Fantastic Four' movies in today's superhero movie climate. Story is quick to point at more complicated villains like Ultron and Thanos and Apocalypse; their cinematic versions all being (we assume) carefully crafted for today's audience. This is opposed to his version of Galactus in 'Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer,' in which one of the most powerful characters in the Marvel universe is reduced to being a large space cloud -- something Story explains was dipping a toe into the waters of that character, instead of going all in like he'd be able to do today. Story also discusses his thoughts on the upcoming Josh Trank reboot of the Fantastic Four, a movie that, if anything, makes Story feel "old."

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Has Marvel Comics Declared War on the ‘Fantastic Four’ Movie?

Marvel
Marvel

When a bankrupt Marvel sold the film rights of some of its most popular and iconic characters to various movie studios in the '90s, no one saw the Marvel Studios renaissance coming. Now, over a decade later, Marvel is an arm in the Disney machine (Hail Hydra!) and producing its own popular and successful movies, while 20th Century Fox continues to hold the rights to the 'X-Men' and the 'Fantastic Four' movies. The

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‘Fantastic Four’ Writer-Producer Simon Kinberg on Shared Universes and the Challenges of an Origin Story

Fantastic Four X-Men Simon Kinberg
Marvel

Now that screenwriter and producer Simon Kinberg's (a name you will be hearing a lot more of in the future) duties are complete with the upcoming 'X-Men: Days of Future Past,' his attention now drifts to yet another group of superheroes, and this time it's the 'Fantastic Four.'

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‘Fantastic Four’ Adds ‘House of Cards’ Star Reg E. Cathey, Answers Sue-Johnny Storm Mystery

Fantastic Four Reg E. Cathey
Getty Images/Netflix/Getty Images

First and foremost, the Fantastic Four are a family. When they're not off saving the world from threats both cosmic and human, they're living together in the same building as a slightly dysfunctional but loving unit. However, director Josh Trank's upcoming reboot is looking to shake up the FF formula in some fascinating new ways, and the casting of Reg E. Cathey as the father of Johnny and Sue Storm is an interesting piece of the puzzle.

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‘Fantastic Four’ Adds Tim Blake Nelson as Harvey “Mole Man” Elder

Mole Man, Tim Blake Nelson
Marvel, Getty Images

Though the major roles in the reboot of 'Fantastic Four' have been filled, the movie must do some world-building to set up the film's already dated sequel. So it's no surprise that Tim Blake Nelson is joining the cast of the film to play Harvey Elder, who will eventually (though not in the first film) become the Mole Man.

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‘Fantastic Four’ to Be a ‘Chronicle’-Esque Coming-of-Age Origin Story

Fantastic Four Origin Story
Marvel

Remember that plot synopsis roaming the web a few months back stating the new 'Fantastic Four' reboot would imagine the crop of superheroes as government weapons? Director Josh Trank and 20th Century Fox have since come out to bash it for its falsity, but while we still have till 2015 to see the new vision for this comic book property, writer-producer Simon Kinberg won't leave us hanging.

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Comic Strip: ‘Captain America 2,’ the Future of the Marvel Universe, and New DC TV Details

Captain America 2 Comic Strip
Marvel Studios

ScreenCrush’s Comic Strip is a weekly roundup of the hottest superhero movie/TV news items. From Marvel to DC and points in between, if it pertains to costumed comic book heroes, we’re covering it here, bringing you our expert analysis. This week, NBC's 'Constantine' TV series reveals some tantalizing details, 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' builds the path to 'Avengers 2,' and a young Riddler journeys to FOX's 'Gotham.'

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The ‘Fantastic Four’ Reboot May Feature “Doombots” Controlled by Doctor Doom

Marvel
Marvel

One of the great sins committed by the original 'Fantastic Four' movie was how badly it botched the character of Dr. Doom, one of the best and most iconic villains in the Marvel universe. The megalomaniacal dictator of Latveria is getting another chance on the big screen thanks to the upcoming reboot, where he'll be played by Toby Kebbell. While it's too early to actually judge this latest take on Doom in any way, some newly revealed tidbits automatically make him sound better than the previous iteration.

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The ‘Fantastic Four’ Casts Toby Kebbell as Dr. Victor Von Doom

Toby Kebbell, Dr. Doom
20th Century Fox, Getty Images

Josh Trank's 'Fantastic Four' reboot is gearing up to shoot and the last major piece of the casting puzzle is now in place. Toby Kebbell is about to make a deal to play Dr. Victor Von Doom, the archenemy of the titular superheroes.

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‘Fantastic Four 2′ and ‘Wolverine 3′ Dated for 2017, Along With a Mystery Marvel Movie

Fantastic Four 2, Wolverine 3 Release Dates
Marvel/20th Century Fox

Twentieth Century Fox must be happy with 'Fantastic Four,' if the studio is already planning 'Fantastic Four 2,' right?

A rumor circulated recently claiming that Fox was looking to completely start over on the rebooted superhero film with an entirely new cast and crew, though we quickly debunked that one. To further prove how serious they are about their upcoming slate of Marvel movies, the studio set release dates for 'Fantastic Four 2,' 'Wolverine 3' and one untitled Marvel movie.

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