Josh Trank Blames Studio For Poor ‘Fantastic Four’ Reviews | Film News
Josh Trank, the director of FOX’s Fantastic Four reboot, has blamed the studio for the early poor reviews the film has received, currently hosting a 9% scoring on Rotten Tomatoes. Thank took to Twitter to voice his annoyance with the studio, a tweet that was soon deleted stating “A year ago I had a fantastic version of this. And it would’ve received great reviews. You’ll probably never see it. That’s reality though“. However the film did have warning signals with screening only occurring the day before the film’s release for critics, a process that usually occurs weeks before the film’s release.
The cast of the film also seemed weary of its success claiming that they hadn’t seen the film the week of its release also stating that they didn’t think it would gain good reviews from critics. The film has also had problems during productions with reports of expensive reshoots as well as actor Michael B Jordan having to defend his casting as Johnny Storm, a character who is white in the comic books. Fantastic Four is currently in cinemas.
Latest posts by Harry Alty (see all)
- Superhero Teams Revealed For ‘Captain America: Civil War’ | Film News - August 29, 2015
- Anne Hathaway To Star In And Produce ‘The Shower’ | Film News - August 29, 2015
- ‘American Dad’ Renewed For Two More Seasons | TV News - August 28, 2015