Josh Trank said that the final version of Fantastic Four was not his own and that his version would have gotten better reviews.
The director Josh Trank said Friday that he had made a personal decision to leave the Star Wars universe, sources say reports of the young directors unusual conduct during the making of Fox upcoming Fantastic Four movie had raised alarm among Lucasfilm executives that were entrusting him with the second Star Wars standalone film.
Josh Trank, 30, had raised eyebrows in April when he didnot appear as scheduled at a Star Wars celebration in Anaheim.
At the time, both Disney and the director cited illness as the cause but multiple knowledgeable sources say the studio had asked the filmmaker not to attend while considering whether to proceed with him on the second spinoff in a planned series of films.
Josh Trank did not offer clear direction, this person adds, saying, If you Have got someone who cannot answer questions or who isnot sure or is in hiding, that is not good.