ScreenCrush wraps up the latest in movies and TV you might have missed. Today, Miles Teller comments on 'Fantastic Four' casting backlash, Bryan Cranston will headline a new true crime movie, 'The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies' reveals a new poster.

FEATURED: Speaking with The Huffington Post, 'Fantastic Four' star Miles Teller said he's aware that comic book fans aren't crazy about his casting:

If we’re going to be up for everybody’s public disposal of it, I try not to get too caught up with anything on the Internet. Out of sight is out of mind for me a lot of the time. I already know that people hate me for the fact that I’m playing Reed Richards and that we’re ruining their franchise. It’s tough because when you’re taking on a franchise that’s already been established, you do kind of owe something to the characters and to the creator. At the same time, you want to bring it to a fresh audience. My dad grew up with the "Fantastic Four" comic book and not a lot of kids did, so you also want to make a movie that they can enjoy. I will say that this film that we made is not really for little kids, I don’t think. We do take a more mature approach.


- Now that he's on TV, here's a handy guide for reading The Flash comics. [Comics Alliance]

- Examining the movies of director Joe Carnahan. [Grantland]

- Jeremy Renner pitches an Aaron Cross-vs-Jason Bourne movie. [Crave Online]


- Director Paul Feig confirms female-led 'Ghostbusters' reboot.

- Bryan Cranston will play 'The Infiltrator' in an adaptation of Robert Mazur's true crime book. [Variety]

- ABC is making a TV adaptation of 'Uncle Buck.' [Deadline]

- Casey Affleck will star in 'Boston Strong,' a movie about the Boston Bombings. [Variety]


- A new clip from the great-looking 'Birdman' is here for your viewing pleasure.

- Check out a creepy new trailer for 'Nightcrawler.'

- Gandalf and Galadriel grace the latest posters for 'The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.'

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