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En una reciente entrevista con el portal de internet Collider, el director Josh Trank y productor/guionista Simon Kingberg dieron algunos detalles sobre el reboot deThe Fantastic Four.
– Trank says they “consciously decided to not release anything official” until now.
– In terms of plot and story, Trank was guarded but did say, “This is a modern telling of how these four iconic characters came together and came to be.”
– Trank revealed that renowned composer Philip Glass is scoring the movie with Marco Beltrami.
– The film recently did a few days of additional photography and it was to film some bits and pieces. Nothing major. They weren’t filming some huge new ending.
– The original shoot was seventy-two days and they were on-schedule and on-budget.
– The film is heavily influenced by David Cronenberg and Trank mentioned that Scanners and The Fly were big influences on the look of the film.
– The film is an origin story and there are influences of what Kirby and Stan were doing in the 60’s all the way up into the present day.
– The Ultimates was also an influence and a lot of the science specifics are there. They told me a lot of the means of transformation they took from the books.
– Trank’s first cut of the film was around 2 hours and 10 minutes. He said the final film will probably be between 2 hours and 2 hours and 20 minutes.
– Kinberg says there is an Easter egg in the teaser trailer.
– They are very influenced by what Marvel has been doing regarding combined universes. Saying that, they admit it’s tricky to combine X-Men and FF because the X-Men films so far don’t acknowledge the Fantastic Four and the Fantastic Four takes place essentially in the same time period as the modern day X-Men movies.
– Kinberg does confirm that there is a different approach to the Marvel movies at Fox than when they started making Marvel films at the studio. “There is an intent and want to be a part of a larger fabric and tapestry the way Marvel has done so brilliantly.”
– Trank is on Twitter but isn’t tweeting right now. If you want to follow him he’s at @JoshuaTrank.
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Al parecer, nadie quiere enfrentarse a Star Wars: The Force Awakens en diciembre.
No los culpo.