Director Josh Trank wants his ‘Fantastic Four’ reboot to stay away from the ’cartoonish’ tone of the first two movies.
Before director Josh Trank joined the LucasFilm family, he showed an early affinity for the ‘Star Wars’ universe with his 2007 short ‘Stabbing at Leia’s’.
LucasFilm and Disney announce that Josh Trank is creating a new ‘Star Wars’ adventure that will reach beyond the core saga.
The filmmaker reveals how he wanted to be involved with this video game adaptation as soon as he played the game.
20th Century Fox is also giving the 3D treatment to their upcoming films ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ and ‘Rise of the Planet of the Apes’.
The ‘Chronicle’ director boards this video game adaptation about a man who must defeat mystical creatures to bring his lover back to life.
We also have a full gallery of images from this Josh Trank directed found-footage superhero thriller, on Blu-ray and DVD Tuesday, May 11th.
The director takes the found footage genre to new heights with this thrilling adventure, debuting on Blu-ray and DVD May 15th.
Fox president Tom Rothman issues updates on the ‘X-Men: First Class Sequel’ and the ‘Chronicle’ sequel.
The ‘Chronicle’ mastermind will adapt this sci-fi graphic novel created by Christian Gossett.
The ‘Chronicle’ director is in negotiations to take the reins on this languishing superhero spin-off project.
Take a fresh look at Josh Trank’s found-footage superhero drama before it arrives in theaters this Friday, February 3rd.
Director Josh Trank and stars Alex Russell, Dane DeHaan, and Michael B. Jordan discuss this found-footage drama due in theaters February 3.
Dane DeHaan uses his new found powers of telekinesis to extort money from strangers in this Josh Trank directed superhero drama.
Josh Trank directs this found-footage riff on ‘Zapped’ starring Michael B. Jordon and Dane DeHaan.
Michael B. Jordan, Dane DeHaan, and Alex Russell headline this found-footage thriller about three teens with the powers of telekinesis.
20th Century Fox is waiting to see how ‘Chronicle’ opens over Super Bowl weekend before officially giving him the job.
The director of this found-footage superhero drama tells how he made such a big movie on such a small budget.
Josh Trank directs this found-footage superhero adventure about a group of three ordinary friends with extraordinary powers, from writer Max Landis