Tag: Fantastic Four
It’s another episode of It Is What It Is, and B.C. is talking The MCU!
While the Disney/FOX merger is still up in the air, FOX is not laying down as they continue to plan and push for new films in the X-men Universe, as well as possible Fantastic Four Spin-offs.
With Disney buying out many of 21st Century Fox’s major assets, the House of Mouse will now have control of all of Fox film properties, such as Fantastic Four and X-Men. What does this mean for the future of film and television, and the MCU in particular?
Disney could own another major movie studio soon as 21st Century Fox has engaged in talks to sell a vast majority of their company. More details below.
Out of SDCC comes news that Fox is currently working on a new take on the Fantastic Four universe with a movie focused entirely on Doctor Doom being developed by Legion and Fargo creator, Noah Hawley.
There have been four not-so-fantastic attempts to bring Marvel’s Fantastic Four to the big screen. After so many failures, is there still hope for this foursome as a film franchise? Without even a comic book on the market to help promote it, is there any hope for a future FF film or is the damage already done?
Filmmakers often plan ahead, and many of the movies which come out each year are designed to be part of a multi-film series. However, it doesn’t always work out that way. Sometimes, the first sequel bombs and the third movie never gets made. Here are 6 short movie franchises that remained unfinished.
For the eighth time in the history of Hey Kids, Comics! a super-hero team is explored at length. Marvel's "First Family" has not yet fallen under the spotlight, so they were a natural choice for the latest edition of this recurring feature.
Film and TV fans have always loved to discuss their favorite movies and shows. However, in recent times, it seems that discussions about the merits of popular media projects are being sidetracked by debates about political correctness. Why are these issues becoming more important than the movies themselves?
With everyone talking about the results of the Oscars and the best films of the year, let’s not forget that last weekend was also the time for celebrating the years worst cinematic stink-bombs. The 36st Annual Golden Raspberry Awards have anointed the best of the bombs for 2016.