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Who will Chronicle THE FANTASTIC FOUR Movie?
There seem to be two super heroic films in the future of one Josh Trank. One of those is a sequel to The Fantastic Four. Bet you didn’t see that coming.
I’ve literally never heard the name Josh Trank before, but if the climate stays the same, the director could be a major player when it comes to big blockbusters. According to Variety, the young man got his start by writing and directing episodes of Spike TV’s miniseries The Kill Point and from there worked as an editor and co-producer of Robert Siegel’s independent film Big Fan.
One hop and a skip later, and Trank is about to release the film, Chronicle, coming out super bowl weekend. Where as most super hero movies follow the hero, Chronicle is something darker. It unfolds as a bunch of teenagers realize they have superpowers. They use them to play tricks on people to start, but it isn’t long before they are using their abilities for evil. The intent is to make a very gritty, very real feeling movie, almost a documentary.
If Chronicle makes it’s mark at the box office, Trank may just get another turn in the genre, this time, behind the lens of a Fantastic Four sequel. No word yet on whether the actors we know as Human Torch, The Thing, Mr. Fantastic, and Sue would return to their roles. One of those actors has gone on to become Captain America, after all. 20th Century Fox is quite simply in the super hero business to stay, however. They still have plans to launch a sequel to X-Men Origins: Wolverine, a Deadpool spin-off, and possibly a brand new Daredevil flick. Yikes.