New ‘Fantastic Four’ trailer is less than fantastic

14 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Fantastic Four Final International Trailer Offers Additional Footage.

After its debut at San Diego Comic-Con, the final trailer for Fox’s reboot of Fantastic Four has been officially released, showing the team in action — and more importantly for fans of the Marvel Entertainment series it’s based on, showing a lot more of Doctor Doom (Toby Kebbell), as well. In addition to the film’s Comic-Con International: San Diego trailer, 20th Century Fox has releaed a new international trailer for Fantastic Four that features additional footage. The new trailer not only establishes that Reed Richards (Miles Teller) has always been a scientist more interested in discovery than safety (“Reed, you’re insane,” a young Ben Grimm (Jamie Bell) tells him after a teleportation experiment gone wrong. “Thanks,” he responds), but that the U.S. military has its own reasons for wanting to bankroll his experiments — and supporting what those experiments bring about. (It also appears to confirm what many fans have been discussing online lately: that this new version of the Thing doesn’t wear any pants. Quite why this is a concern isn’t entirely clear, considering he’s been transformed into a pile of rocks, but there you go.) Written by Simon Kinberg and directed by Josh Trank, Fantastic Four stars Teller, Bell, Michael B. The latest trailer for the film gives us a bunch more footage from it, but ends up being so incredibly generic that we can’t tell at all what the full movie will be about.

We just get vague platitudes about powers and destroying the world and a lot of shots of people in space and the aforementioned four fantastic people doing things that might be fantastic but since they flash by so quickly we can’t really tell. The latest — and last — trailer dives deeper into Richards’ origin story, and includes a little work humor courtesy of the Human Torch (Michael B.

Their lives irrevocably upended, the team must learn to harness their daunting new abilities and work together to save Earth from a former friend turned enemy. Franklin Storm. “It is our duty as human beings,” he says, “to push forward into the unknown.” Then again, there are some new wrinkles to the old formula here.

It also appears that Harvey Elder wants our heroes as weapons, which will likely be a source of plot tension throughout the movie, and that Reed has been working on the Fantasticar for a while.

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