Josh Trank really doesn’t want to do a ‘Trank Cut’ of his Fantastic Four movie after the Zack Snyder Cut of Justice League was revealed.
We’ve been talking a lot recently about directors getting to release their ‘cuts’ of movies.
There have been calls for Warner Bros. Pictures to release the David Ayer cut of Suicide Squad for instance.
There have also been calls for Disney to release the Josh Trank cut of Fantastic Four.
Trank’s been very open about how the movie that was released wasn’t the film he wanted to make.
It was very much a victim of studio interference, yet Trank recently revealed via Twitter that he has no interest in making a ‘Trank Cut’ of Fantastic Four.
Trank revealed this after a Twitter user replied to one of Trank’s tweets, saying: “We’re coming for you F4!”
Josh Trank doesn’t want to do a ‘Trank Cut’ of Fantastic Four
— Josh Trank (@joshuatrank) May 20, 2020
The tweet the user was replying to read: “Kvelling for Zack Snyder, a filmmaker I’ve always admired while growing up, and as an adult. I never saw Justice League. Now I will see Justice League.”
All of this ended with Trank simply replying with: “No need” to the user seemingly calling for a Trank Cut of Fantastic Four.
It does look like Trank has moved on from that movie.
He’s just released Capone which stars Tom Hardy as Al Capone.
I haven’t had the chance to watch it yet, but I’ve read some mixed reviews about the movie.
I’m just glad to see Trank making films again.
What do you make of this news?
Would you like to see a Josh Trank cut of Fantastic Four?
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