At the moment, Fantastic Four is sitting at 9% on RottenTomatoes, making it one of the most critically panned comic book films in history. Unless the score starts trending upwards any time soon, Fox’s Fantastic Four reboot will officially be worse than 1997’s Batman & Robin in the eyes of critics.
Taking all this into consideration, it’s not surprising to see that fans of the classic comic are desperate to get the characters out of Fox’s hands. More →
After weeks of rolling our eyes, we’re finally done hate-watching True Detective, but sadly, that leaves us with one less show to fill our DVRs with every week. In fact, the schedule is looking pretty thin until the fall premieres start landing next month, but on Monday, three upcoming pilots leaked on to torrent sites weeks in advance of their scheduled debuts. More →
As if the overwhelmingly negative reviews for Fantastic Four weren’t enough to convince you to see another movie this weekend, the director himself has piled on as well with a proclamation of his own. Last night, Josh Trank took to Twitter to express his frustration with the final product hitting theaters this weekend, but within moments, the tweet was gone. More →
Earlier this year, Fox announced that it was interested in bringing the X-Men franchise to television. Fox entertainment chairman Gary Newman said at the time that he was “cautiously optimistic” about the deal with Marvel, but that it would still be a while before the studio turned its focus to the creative side of things.
On Thursday, our interest was reignited when Fox Television Group chairman and CEO Dana Walden told The Hollywood Reporter that an agreement might be right around the corner. More →
It’s been nearly three weeks since the last comic book movie hit theaters, which, as you all know, means we’re just about overdue for a new one. This Friday, 20th Century Fox is releasing its long-awaited reboot of the Fantastic Four franchise, bringing new actors, a new plot and much grittier tone to the Marvel universe’s most famous family.
Of all the Marvel movies that Marvel Studios isn’t actually producing itself, few are receiving as much buzz as X-Men: Apocalypse. Our post containing the leaked teaser trailers of X-Men and Deadpool from Comic-Con has been one of the most popular on the site, so it’s clear that everyone is excited to see where Fox is taking this franchise next.
Sadly, we’re still nearly a year out from the film’s release, but on Thursday, Entertainment Weekly revealed that X-Men: Apocalypse will be its cover story this week, and the magazine will feature new details of the movie and five exclusive photos from the set. More →
As we discussed yesterday, Deadpool and X-Men: Apocalypse received a ton of buzz at Comic-Con over the weekend, but there are four red-headed stepchildren of the Marvel family that everyone seems to be cautiously pessimistic about.
20th Century Fox is rebooting the oft-maligned Fantastic Four series with an entirely new cast and a new storyline, but with just a few weeks before the film’s release, no one seems to be talking about the Fantastic Four.
Maybe the Comic-Con trailer will change that.
This year’s San Diego Comic-Con was as exciting as ever, but there was one interesting omission — Marvel Studios didn’t show up to discuss its upcoming slate of movies. No Captain America: Civil War, no Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and definitely no Infinity War. Instead, 20th Century Fox had to fill in the blanks with its own Marvel characters. More →
It’s the end of June. The weather is heating up and the concerts are kicking off and blockbuster movies are trickling out every week, but it’s never too early to start thinking about the fall TV schedule. As of this week, we now know the complete schedule for all five of the major networks, including the premiere dates of every new show coming this fall.
On Monday, we shared the cancellations and renewals for the five major networks: NBC, ABC, CBS, Fox and The CW. There weren’t too many surprises on the list, but it doesn’t really matter, because what we’re really interested in are the new shows that will be premiering over the next 12 months.
This time, let’s take a look at all of the trailers that Fox has released so far. More →