Since director Josh Trank and his cast of climbing, youthful talent completed principal photography on the Fantastic Four reboot, we haven't seen much beyond two previews. Enthusiasts have examined this move as an indication of a final product which was lousy. It's not their error. They have been burned before... twice! But Simon Kinberg, who worked and produced on the screenplay for the film, ensures us that there is a better reason why the team has been keeping its secrets near the chest
During an interview with HitFix, Kinberg described that he, Trank and Fox desire to showcase the best possible product, which describes the absence of footage at last year's Comiccon as well as the teaser trailer launch that was delayed
We just do not want to reveal anything until it appears exceptional, and they show the real aim of the picture. Subsequently we'll show it. That's why we've held on to so much. We held on to the Thing. We held on to Doom. Until we were farther along, we held on.
It's clear from the Fantastic Four previews that lots of visual effects work is going into this movie. When compared with the rubbery suit Michael Chiklis wore in the 2005 version and its own sequel, Jamie Bell's transformation into The Thing was done through motion capture. Though, all the principal cast members get extensive VFX- improved transformations. Kimberg especially noted Reed Richards (Miles Teller), aka Mr. Fantastic, given the recent confusion over the description of his powers on the official site. He called the character's stretching abilities as among "the more challenging visual effects to leave in a sense that feels real and visceral and physical" Make no mistake, though. He will be stretching
The performance of the first family of Marvel of Tim Story didn't only inspire confidence in the property's fan base, but everything we've seen so far from Trank's vision has been mind blowing. Hollywood's attention was caught by the filmmaker with gritty superheroes and his dark -meet- found footage film, studios, and Chronicle, including Lucasfilm and Fox, are desiring to latch onto his unique sensibilities. For Fantastic Four, he is taking a radical departure from your team's ancient origin story. As an alternative to becoming exposed to cosmic radiation in space, Reed Richards (Teller), Sue Storm (Kate Mara), Johnny Storm (Michael B. Jordan), Ben Grimm (Jamie Bell) and Victor Domashev (Tobey Kebbell) travel to an alternative dimension that alters their physical kinds.