The Marvel Universe is about to get a major shake-up and not one that will leave a good taste in their mouths.
As Fantastic Four debuts this weekend to lots of speculation, mediocre reviews, and other forms of f*ckerization, now the director of the film is attempting to distance himself from the end product, an end he claims he had nothing to do with.
After directing the indie hit Chronicle, everyone anticipated big things for Trank, and that may stil happen. But right now? At this particular time?
The sh*t has hit the fan and is being flung far, deep, and wide.
the casting of a black Fantastic Four member also has not sat well with many fans….
According to Trank, the last part of the film Fantastic Four is not his idea or vision, but instead was forced upon him, and now that the movie is out, this weekend’s box office will tell the tale. Marvel definitely cannot afford for this film to flop as it is tied into future Marvel movies, and a sequel is already being planned whether this one is a hit or not, but safe bet to say?
Trank will not be involved.
Let’s see what Monday’s box office reports on Fantastic Four bring.