Marvel teases "Black Panther 2," "Fantastic Four" and more.
Marvel movie director Peyton Reed talks at length about the non-superhero films he has directed.
Actor Michael B. Jordan said he no longer wants to audition for roles specifically written as African-American. Instead, he’ll be looking to portray characters expected to be white.
Somewhere, Miles Teller is jumping for joy.
It's a packed show this week, as we're honored to be joined by the esteemed Sean Gerber of Modern Myth Media to guide us through all the big Disney, Star Wars, and Marvel announcements unveiled at last weekend's D23 convention.
"Fantastic Four" finally hit theaters last Friday. When the movie opened, it was instantly met with poor reviews. The opening weekend wasn't much better, as the film performed horribly at the box office overall.
Why did Josh Trank diss his own movie?
Jordan takes off in a blaze as Johnny Storm/The Human Torch in Marvel's Fantastic Four reboot film, in theaters now. Still, that crusader connection hadn't dawned on Jordan until EBONY.com raised the issue during a one-on-one interview in the days before the film's release.
Directed by Josh Trank, who made such a splash with Chronicle a few years ago, this latest Fantastic Four works so hard to go so far off-model that one wonders why they bothered at all if what they were going to end up with was so numbingly unoriginal.
As a female scientist super hero, Sue Storm is a rare figure in the action movie landscape.