The first thing you have to ask yourself is whether you care about a Fantastic Four movie at all. Do you like the characters? Do you like the films that already exist? Do you want to see another version of the material? In a world where "The Incredibles" exists, do we need anyone to keep trying to make a Fantastic Four movie in live-action?
20th Century Fox certainly isn't going to give up on the idea of the franchise, but they are going to reboot. Right now, "Fantastic Four Reborn" is the game plan. And although there's been nothing like a formal announcement, there's plenty of speculation and rumor out there right now, gaining enough critical mass through re-reporting that it has to be addressed.
Comic Book Movie is a very, very young site, and the rumors they're running right now are just rumors. Unproven. Until we see real progress on the film, take whatever you're hearing as part of the "wish list" phase of movie rumors, when fansites run rumors that are more about what they want than what they know.
Case in point: casting for any new "Fantastic Four" movie is still quite a way off. There are steps happening between now and then that will be news, milestones that will indicate we're getting close to real news about the film. Hiring a director would be one of those milestones, and they haven't done that yet. There are rumors about names like Joe Carnahan, David Yates, and James McTeigue supposedly in the running, and I'd be shocked if the list didn't contain those names, frankly. That's exactly the sort of filmmaker Fox would hire for these films. Yates is going to be hugely in-demand after the last two "Potter" films are released, and Carnahan and McTeigue are both guys who make exactly the sort of movie that Fox likes. I'm willing to bet there are a whoooooole lotta lists being written full of filmmaker's names.