Behind-the-Scenes Of Roger Corman's THE FANTASTIC FOUR On The New Episode Of The Voices From Krypton Podcast

Behind-the-Scenes Of Roger Corman's THE FANTASTIC FOUR On The New Episode Of The Voices From Krypton Podcast Behind-the-Scenes Of Roger Corman's THE FANTASTIC FOUR On The New Episode Of The Voices From Krypton Podcast

Movie versions of The Fantastic Four haven't gone over particularly well, but at least they had the benefit of being released. Not Roger Corman's take, though, and now you can get a behind-the-scenes-look.

By EdGross - Feb 17, 2020 09:02 AM EST
Filed Under: Fantastic Four

When Stan Lee and Jack Kirby created The Fantastic Four comic book in 1961, its depiction of a team of superheroes who bickered as much as they supported each other was nothing short of a revelation. Unfortunately, it hasn't enjoyed the same sort of success on the big screen, despite the fact there have been three movie versions in 2005, 2007 and 2015.

But, as noted above, they at least were released, while Corman's 1994 effort was not. Some claim it was put into production so that producer Bernd Eichenger could retain his license to the property in the hopes of a bigger payday. Which did happen as he served as producer on the first two released films.

Now the truth behind the "lost" film has been chornicled in the pages of Forsaken: The Making and Aftermath of Roger Corman's The Fantastic Four, which is written by William Nesbitt and published by BearManor Media.

This episode of the Voices From Krypton podcast talks to Nesbitt, who provides details on what it was all about. 

 

 
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Reeds2Much
Reeds2Much - 2/17/2020, 9:58 AM
Not calling it "Foursaken" is such a missed opportunity.
EdGross
EdGross - 2/17/2020, 10:17 AM
@Reeds2Much - Couldn't agree more.
dracula
dracula - 2/17/2020, 10:00 AM
With four bad Fantastic 4 movies, and this being the best one, hopefully Feige can redeem this brand
FleischerSupes
FleischerSupes - 2/17/2020, 10:02 AM
Still the best FF movie to date.

WruceBayne
WruceBayne - 2/17/2020, 12:30 PM
I want to see this movie.
AnthonyVonGeek
AnthonyVonGeek - 2/17/2020, 5:59 PM
This movie is a cheesy good time.
StupidFlanders
StupidFlanders - 2/17/2020, 7:28 PM
Fans of the weekly planet be like "stop trying to make the voices from Krypton happen cbm its not going to happen"
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