Fantastic Four 2

Fox Reportedly Still Moving Ahead With ‘Fantastic Four 2’

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by Matt Singer August 11, 2015 @ 9:52 AM
As of this writing, Josh Trank’s Fantastic Four has made $25.6 million. Improbably, that’s less than half of either of the previous big-budget Fantastic Four movies, which are widely disliked by comics fan and cinephiles alike. There’s a chance Trank’s FF could wind up grossing less in theaters than Blade: Trinity, or even Trank’s own surprise debut hit, Chronicle (which cost about a tenth of his follow-up). In Hollywood parlance, those are ungood numbers. In most cases, they would almost mean certain doom (har dee har har) for any chance of a sequel.

Rumor: Bryan Singer Eyed for ‘Fantastic Four’ Sequel to Set Up ‘X-Men’ Crossover

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by Britt Hayes July 7, 2015 @ 4:51 PM
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Take this rumor with a big heap of salt, but it’s one that doesn’t seem implausible: after helping to revitalize the X-Men franchise he started with 20th Century Fox, Bryan Singer is apparently their choice to direct the Fantastic Four sequel. This would lend credence to recent rumors that Fox is looking to set up an X-Men and Fantastic Four crossover film down the line.

‘Fantastic Four 2’ Release Date Pushed Back Following Major ‘Star Wars’ Announcement

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by Britt Hayes March 13, 2015 @ 8:53 AM
20th Century Fox
Disney continues to engage other major studio releases in a game of chicken that it will always win. With every new Marvel or Star Wars film scheduled for release, there comes the subsequent announcement that another major film has been pushed back — no one wants to compete with these heavyweights. Thanks to yesterday’s major Star Wars announcement regarding their first standalone film, Rogue One, and the new release date for Episode VIII, Fox has pushed the release date of Fantastic Four 2 back, as expected.

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

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by Nick Romano March 21, 2014 @ 8:36 AM
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.