Clifford Johnson would use Black Panther and Wakanda to bring the Fantastic Four into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Disney+ has added 2015's Fantastic Four, making it the only Fox-produced Marvel movie on the service.
Josh Trank reveals he planned to cast a black actress as Sue Storm in 2015's Fantastic Four reboot.
Josh Trank is very happy for Zack Snyder and his cut of Justice League, but don't expect to see a director's cut of Fantastic Four.
Josh Trank is still feeling the burn after directing one of the biggest superhero flops of all time a couple years ago with Fantastic Four.
Fantastic Four director Josh Trank has learned to let go of his bitterness and enjoy superhero movies.
Director Josh Trank talks about his need to defend himself, justifying bringing a gun to the set of Fantastic Four.
A new report suggests that Marvel Studios met with John Krasinski to discuss several different possible projects.
John Krasinski reveals whether or not he's had talks with Marvel about playing Mr. Fantastic in the MCU's Fantastic Four.
Striking new fan-art gives us a good idea of what a Silver Surfer movie could like when he makes his Marvel Cinematic Universe debut.
A new fan theory suggests that Scarlet Witch will bring a catastrophic yet beloved storyline to the MCU.
A Quiet Place's Joh Krasinski has stated that he would love to join the MCU and headline a future Fantastic Four movie.
Zac Efron makes for a convincing Human Torch in some awesome new Fantastic Four fan art imagining him as Johnny Storm.
The Fantastic Four director cites the recent comments of Scorsese in his reaction to the Netflix release.
Chronicle director Josh Trank offers his own review of his 2015 Fantastic Four flop starring Michael B. Jordan, Kate Mara, Miles Teller, Jamie Bell, and Toby Kebbell.
Toby Kebbell played Doctor Doom in the disastrous Fantastic Four, and he knows how the next actor can avoid those same problems.
The idea certainly makes sense, and could be a very interesting way to bring Marvel's favourite superhero family into the MCU.
John Krasinski and Emily Blunt are the MCU's version of Mr. Fanastic and Invisible Woman in this new Fantastic Four fan art.
Tim Miller discusses some of his plans for Deadpol 2 that never saw the light of day, including The Thing and Copycat.