But wait! Didn’t Fox take the announced Fantastic 4 sequel off their schedule?
Yes they did. But that doesn’t seem to have stopped the creative teams at Fox from trying to make a sequel to the 2015 abysmal box office bomb, Fantastic Four.
Writer-Producer, Simon Kinberg, who wrote the screenplay for the 2015 Fantastic Four, spoke with Den of Geek about several matters surrounding the franchise.
Kinberg is done defending the 2015 movie and admits:
“We didn’t make a good movie,” Kinberg said, “and the world voted, and I think they probably voted correctly. And you can’t make a good movie every time out – not everybody does. We actually have a pretty good batting average all things considered. But I think we bade many mistakes when we made that movie – mistakes that we learned from and we wouldn’t repeat.”
This is the first Q&A question for Reel Movie News! I have gathered a bunch of questions and will be answering them here. They can be anything in regards to movie related topics. If you would like your question answered you can send it in on my Facebook Page, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Once a week I will take a few questions and answer them. If you do not see your question one week I will eventually get to it.
And without any further ado, let’s get the very first question which comes from Bethany Lopez who wrights:
Ok, so in Wolverine Origin, how could he survive a special bullet to the head? I feel like if he was shot and he was actually presumed dead he should BE dead. I know he’s next to immortal, but he freaking died!
It’s gonna be on hell of a summer for the X-Men. The superhero team is tackling its the most formidable opponent yet, Apocalypse (Oscar Isaac).
Directed by Bryan Singer (X-Men: Days of Future Past), Apocalypse finds the core mutants, including Charles (James McAvoy), Erik (Michael Fassbender), and Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence), taking sides when the titular character reawakens and seeks world domination.
It has been confirmed that this trailer will be showing before the upcoming Star Wars: The Force Awakens film on December 18, 2015. You can see the details here.