Our First Look At The Thing In John Trank’s FANTASTIC FOUR Reboot?
Suspect [hope] it’s an unpainted/rendered maquette and not fully rendered. I am happy he’s not all rock faced. There looks to be a lot of mobility in the face, please please I really hope Ben can properly express himself rather than just be well…excuse the pun stone faced.
Oh my gods that’s going to be a fantastic, pun intended, Ben if that’s at the very least the base maquette. Sort of like they’re taking a leaf out of their first films but refining it even more.
About damn time we got some F4 stuff.
This is the 1st non-animated version of The Thing that I’ve ever been satisfied with. Glad to finally see stuff from this film!
With Evangeline Lilly playing Hope Pym, Corey Stoll playing Yellowjacket, Paul Rudd playing Scott Lang, and Michael Douglas playing Hank Pym, it looks like Marvel might be playing fast & loose with continuity for this film.
Then again, that’s just about the only hope for a movie about Ant-Man to be, well…not awful.
You’ve got my attention, Marvel. Great casting decisions so far.
ALL-NEW X-MEN #30 (Release: August 13, 2014)
Full preview can be found here.
This looks potentially magical (and maybe heartbreaking, on a long enough timeline?). I’m happy to see these bits of humanity offered to both characters, but mostly for Laura, who was denied it for most of her life (save for her unrequited feelings for Hellion in heir New X-Men days). This is a big step for her.
They couldn’t have crammed more cliches and tired, overused X-Men plot devices into that 100th Anniversary Special if they tried. Yikes.
Now who’s going to deal with the pop star having a mental breakdown in our bathroom?
Uncanny X-Men #23 by Brian Michael Bendis, art by Kris Anka
Powerful two-page spread. Anka nailed this issue.