Fantastic Four 2 Update: The Room Director Interested To Helm Sequel, Will Make It So Bad That It?s Good? F4 bombed with expected $80-$100M loss

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The 2015 Fantastic Four reboot was deemed as a horrible movie by critics and it failed at the box office. Despite this, Fox is rumoured to continue with a Fantastic Four 2 movie and ?The Room? director Tommy Wiseau has expressed interest to helm the film.

?I?d be ready for a big project in Hollywood? so if they give a project – $200 million ? man, we?ll make a movie!? Wiseau told Milwaukeemag after being asked if he was filling to direct Fantastic Four 2. He also said that he enjoyed the film and was actually willing to direct the Fantastic Four reboot, however, he was he wasn?t contacted by Fox. ?I?m not being critical- let me put it this way, I like it, I did enjoy it number one. Number two, it?s too bad they didn?t call me, that?s all I want to say and I rest my case.?

How Can Wiseau Revive The Franchise?

You may be asking yourself how Wiseau can reinvigorate the franchise. Well, he might probably make it? worse and make it so horrible that the movie might become successful. The Room is a cult hit film beloved by many because it was so horrible that it felt unintentionally humorous and enjoyable to watch, Screen Rant reported. ?Wiseau wrote, directed, and starred in ?The Room? and you can see his prowess in acting and directing in the videos below:




Is A Fantastic Four Sequel Possible?

It was previously rumoured that Fox?s superhero movie performed so horrible at the box office that the sequel was canned and was intended to be replaced by a Deadpool 2 movie. However, it was later rumoured that Fox has decided to carry-on with its plans for a sequel and would only replace the director of the reboot.

According to THR, Fantastic Four was the second worst performing summer movie next to Tomorrowland. THR reported that 20th Century Fox is expected to lose $80 million to $100 million because of the Fantastic Four reboot.

What do you guys think? Should Wiseau helm the film or should director Josh Trank continue to helm the sequel despite his numerous conflicts with both the studio and the actors?

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