January 28, 2015

Rebooted Fantastic Four trailer

Here it is:

Uh, no thanks. I'll pass. Seriously -- what possibly would entice you to see this? I see absolutely nothing new, other than Johnny Storm being a black guy. Oh, but I'll admit that the new look of the Thing looks pretty cool.

Remember some of this flick's details: Dr. Doom is a nasty blogger, the quartet looks like teenagers, and they're "not really supposed to be superheroes" (or something).

Posted by Hube at January 28, 2015 08:32 AM | TrackBack

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Give me Ioan Gruffudd any day. He's doing a great job with Forever.

Posted by: Starfire at January 28, 2015 01:27 PM

I'm passing on this as well. They should've let the rights revert back to Marvel.

Posted by: Carl at January 28, 2015 04:28 PM

Wow that looks boring. On another note that I know you like. Here is a part of an article in the news journal on a robbery in Maryland - Police conducted a K-9 search of the area, but the suspect was not found. He was described as white man, in his late teens to early 20s, wearing dark clothing and gloves.

Posted by: Arthur at January 28, 2015 06:48 PM

Violates WNJ policy!!!

Posted by: Hube at January 28, 2015 06:50 PM

This looks incredibly boring. I still vividly remember the first trailers for movies like the first Spider-Man and X-Men: exciting clips and rousing music. The first minute of this trailer was more like a PSA for some technology firm.

Incidentally, I laughed at that "From the studio that brought you X-Men: Days of Future Past" credit.

Posted by: tops116 at January 29, 2015 03:48 AM

The far left defenders are out and they are also trying to defend other actions. Let me ask would Marz say the same if a black character was played by a white person?

I guess people are not allowed to have an opinion again if it does not agree with him...the guy must think he is something special.

Posted by: NA at January 29, 2015 06:41 AM