Josh Trank is directing this Marvel adventure for 20th Century Fox, which was previously believed to be shooting in Vancouver.
The Chronicle actor says nothing is confirmed, but that he does fit the characteristics of Johnny Storm.
The Chronicle actor is the front runner for this 20th Century Fox reboot, which would reunite him with director Josh Trank.
The actress is currently in talks to star in her first feature film titled Rosaline, for producer Shawn Levy.
The writer shoots down rumors of a 16-year-old Mr. Fantastic and The Thing, who are used by the government as weapons.
The Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter writer will polish the original screenplay by Jeremy Slater for Fox's Marvel adventure.
Chronicle filmmaker Josh Trank is directing this Marvel reboot that brings Mr. Fantastic, The Human Torch, The Invisible Girl, and The Thing back together.
Fox's creative consultant Mark Millar calls director Josh Trank's upcoming reboot phenomenal, and realistic.
20th Century Fox is also giving the 3D treatment to their upcoming films X-Men: Days of Future Past and Rise of the Planet of the Apes.
Chronicle filmmaker Josh Trank will direct this superhero reboot about four scientists who develop superhuman abilities.
Fox has also hired Attack the Block director Joe Cornish to direct Rust, but loses director David Slade for their Untitled Daredevil Reboot.
Fox president Tom Rothman issues updates on the X-Men: First Class Sequel and the Chronicle sequel.
20th Century Fox is waiting to see how Chronicle opens over Super Bowl weekend before officially giving him the job.
Fox is also eyeing directors for the film.
Jonathan Rhys Meyers also rumored for role of Mr. Fantastic.
Supposedly, Fox wants to completely reboot one of these franchises.
An interesting development hits the web on Fox's plans for a new film.
The actor is taking the studio silence as a bad sign.
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