Fantastic Four

Comic book legend and writer Stan Lee weighed in on why Michael B. Jordan was cast as The Human Torch in the new Fantastic Four reboot movie, a decision that has recently been criticized by a number of people on the Internet. (Jordan is an black actor, while the original written character has blond hair and blue eyes.) […]

The Sound

The upcoming Fantastic Four is a little more…um, diverse than the other two. That diversity spilled on to the music. A short while ago, El-P let slip that he scored the ending credits to the move. The producer half of Run The Jewels let the track loose on Friday’s WRTJ show on Beats 1 Radio. El-P doesn’t dull down his signature aesthetics […]

Fantastic Four is about to get the Run the Jewels treatment. El-P from the duo composed music for the end credits of the Marvel film. Josh Tank, the movie’s director, tweeted about the “incredible instrumental” El-P made for the film. El-P will join the ranks of RZA and Pharrell Williams, who’ve scored films previously. Fantastic Four, starring […]

Michael B. Jordan is gearing up for the release of his upcoming movie, Fantastic Four, and while he should be excited about his role, the actor is getting tired of the comments about his character’s ethnicity. In the superhero flick, he plays Johnny Storm who is the brother to Sue Storm (played by Kate Mara), who […]

20th Century Fox has been very quiet about their new Fantastic Four reboot, which wrapped production late last year. Plot details, set pictures, and even leaks were kept to a minimum, which is surprising for a contemporary superhero movie. Well, we finally got our first look early this morning, and even though I’m not particularly […]

  According to Indie Wire, Michael B. Jordan’s possible involvement in the “Fantastic Four” project was first discussed back in May. He  was in contention for the role of Johnny Storm aka the Human Torch and now “Schmoes Know” is claiming that Jordan has the role. RELATED: Who is Michael B. Jordan Though the actor has said he’d be […]

With Hollywood looking for new ways to make a dollar the re-boot of comic-based films is becoming more common. After the Batman series was reborn as The Dark Knight and Superman was given a new millennium makeover now even Spider Man will go back to the drawing board with an all new cast.