Perhaps that's what Josh was referencing in a tweet he sent out August 6, the day before his movie's official opening; the message was promptly deleted -- but not before the Internet saved it for posterity:
And Josh Trank deleted his tweet. Good news, I still have it. The oral history lives: pic.twitter.com/AnZQ6ilM9r
— Mike Ryan (@mikeryan) August 7, 2015
Josh Trank has yet to respond, tweet anything new, or go for the classic "I was hacked."
This is just the latest unfortunate bit of news for the movie. F4 was attacked by some fans for casting Michael B. Jordan as a black Johnny Storm, Kate Mara faced stupid questions about her short hair and sexy toes, Miles Teller just got bashed by Esquire (the cast all tweeted in his defense), and Jamie Bell was finally dragged into the silliness when asked about The Thing's penis on "Watch What Happens Live."
It's possible all the insane chatter will just make viewers curious to see "Fantastic Four" and perhaps fans will be pleasantly surprised if it doesn't turn out to be the new "Ishtar." But it sounds like the franchise may be cursed ... unless Marvel can save it?
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Transported to an alternate universe, four young outsiders gain superhuman powers as they alter their physical form in shocking ways. Reed Richards becomes Mr. Fantastic, able to stretch and twist his body at will, while pal Ben Grimm gains immense strength as the Thing. Johnny Storm becomes the Human Torch, able to control and project fire, while his sister Sue becomes the Invisible Woman. Together, the team must harness their new abilities to prevent Doctor Doom from destroying the Earth. Read More