We've already heard about Disney's Marvel and Warner Bros.' DC lineups coming to Comic-Con 2014 (whether they've been officially confirmed or not), but what about that itty-bitty superhero property over in 20th Century Fox land, 'Fantastic Four'? The cast and crew have been on location in Louisiana filming for a couple months now, but will they be jetting to San Diego to appease the fans?
AMC had a rough go of finding new series to generate the same excitement as its aging flagships 'The Walking Dead,' 'Mad Men' and even 'Breaking Bad,' but it seems 'Turn' reaped the benefits of that challenge. The network officially commissioned the Revolutionary War drama to return for a second season in 2015, but will anything be different this time around?
The Revolutionary War continues toward a breaking 'Turn' as the AMC period drama heads into its final two episodes of the inaugural season, and Abe Woodhull (Jaime Bell)'s attempts to keep both the peace and the Culper Ring in tact grow more treacherous than ever. Before Sunday's all-new penultimate installment "Against Thy Neighbor" we have an exclusive first look at the latest AMC episode to 'Turn' the tide.
The Revolutionary War continues heating up as AMC's period epic 'Turn' heads into its final four episodes of the inaugural season, and Abe Woodhull (Jaime Bell)'s challenges in keeping the Culper Ring afloat grow more dangerous than ever. Before Sunday's all-new installment "Mercy Moment Murder Measure," we have an exclusive first look at the latest AMC episode to 'Turn' heads.
UPDATE: For what it's worth, we spoke to some high-level studio sources who flatly denied the below report and stated it's "not at all" true. Filming is still scheduled to begin on April 21 and Trank himself is on set right now.
The 'Fantastic Four' movie has not been without its hiccups, but few superhero movies are. We didn't think much of the troubles and when the cast was finally announced - Miles Teller, Michael B. Jordan, Kate Mara and Jamie Bell - we assumed it would be a fairly smooth ride to the start of production this summer. But, according to a shocking new report, Fox is looking to reboot it's reboot: they reportedly have fired director Josh Trank, thrown out the existing script and are looking to recast the movie.
Josh Trank's 'Fantastic Four' reboot caused much speculation as of late as various actors and actresses have been mentioned for roles. Michael B. Jordan of 'Fruitvale Station' has long been linked to the role of Johnny Storm/Human Torch (a role previously portrayed onscreen by Chris Evans), but now it looks like the other members of his team have been found!