If Disney does indeed buy Fox, allowing their characters to appear in Marvel Studios films, is this necessarily a good thing?
'6 Days' star Jamie Bell reflects on his 'Fantastic Four' experience and shares his memories from the set of 'Tintin', 'King Kong', and 'Billy Elliot'.
Why the 1994 film was made — and why it was meant to never see the light of day, even though the filmmakers had no idea their work was for naught
By Alex Ungerman for ET Online Miles Teller is on the cover of Esquire, but he’s not happy about the interview. The 28-year-old Insurgent star hit back at an Esquire tweet promoting the cover story, which read, “Miles Teller is on a quest for greatness (with a bit of dickishness too).” “Couldn’t be more wrong,” the actor responded. Very misrepresenting.” You can see why Teller would be upset. The Esquire story, titled, “Miles Teller Is Young, Talented, and Doesn’t Give a Rat’s Ass What You Think,” starts off with the line, “You’re sitting across from Miles Teller at the Luminary restaurant in Atlanta and trying to figure out if he’s a dick.
While promoting Fantastic Four, stars Kate Mara, Michael B. Jordan, and Jamie Bell sat down for a radio Q&A with the hosts of Atlanta’s Rock 100.5 Morning Show, Steven J. Rickman and Jason Bailey. Co-host Bailey begins the interview with what he called “the obvious question” — how is it that Jordan and Mara are playing siblings Sue and Johnny Storm? “You’re white and you’re black,” Bailey helpfully points out.
When a trailer for a would-be blockbuster like Fantastic Four arrives, we typically examine the clip frame-by-frame, sussing out the tiniest details and extrapolating key plot points. Cue director Josh Trank (Chronicle) and screenwriter-producer Simon Kinberg (X-Men: Days of Future Past), who graciously agreed to sit down for this exclusive commentary on the newly released teaser about the Fox reboot of the classic Marvel hero team.