When it was revealed a couple years ago that the new Fantastic Four movie would star Michael B. Jordan as The Human Torch, a divide was created in the audience. Some fans are excited by the casting, recognizing Jordan as a talented young actor; but others hate the choice simply because Jordan is black and The Human Torch in the comics is white. Show More Summary
Stan 'The Man' Lee was recently interviewed by Entertainment Weekly about the casting of Michael B. Jordan in "Fantastic Four" as Johnny Storm, and what he personally thought on the matter of how fanboys have been treating this casting. Show More Summary
When Fantastic Four cast Michael B. Jordan as Johnny Storm, a role Chris Evans played in the 2005 and 2007 film, we were super excited. However, there were some voices upset that Jordan wasn't the traditional blond and white Johnny Storm. Show More Summary
Stan Lee shares his opinions on Michael B. Jordan's casting as Johnny Storm.
Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee weighed in on the controversy surrounding Michael B. Jordan's casting as the Human Torch in "Fantastic Four."
Stan Lee helped create "The Fantastic Four" for Marvel, and Lee just weighed in on the casting of Michael B. Jordan as Johnny Storm, aka the Human Torch, in the new movie coming out August 7. The character was originally written as blond-haired and blue-eyed, and some fans objected to casting a black actor. Show More Summary
It’s another light week in the world of new comics, but there’s still cool new comics hitting shelves. Cyborg gets his one standalone series, Galaxy Quest returns to comics (again!), and Stan Lee designs a whole new Indian Superhero. Hooray for comics! Read more...
CSBG has an archive of obscure pop culture references in comics, including the bawdy origin of a Stan Lee/Jack Kirby Silver Age super villain.
An old entry from Stan's Soapbox has surfaced online, praising the signing of James Cameron to write and direct a doomed Spidey film.
A bill has been introduced in the Kentucky House of Representatives that would allow county clerks in the state to refuse to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples on religious grounds. The AP reports: Reps. Stan Lee (pictured below) of Lexingto… The post Kentucky House Introduces Bill Allowing Clerks to Deny Marriage Licenses to Gay Couples appeared first on Towleroad.
Thank you God, Disney and Stan Lee...Ant-Man is supremely entertaining. One of the things I always tell myself in any creative endeavor for money - like this one - is "remember to have fun." It...
Stan Lee’s inevitable appearance in the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse will be “different than every other one [he’s] done,” according to a panel the “Excelsior”-shouter-turned-cameo-junkie gave at Comic-Con this year. Despite begging from...Show More Summary
Aside from being co-creator of many of Marvel Comics' most iconic heroes and villains, comic book legend Stan Lee also has another prestigious title: the king of cameos. In most Marvel movies, you can usually catch him on screen for a brief moment, sometimes even getting to deliver a humorous line. Show More Summary
Look back on Stan Lee's 25 years of Marvel movie cameos in a new infographic, ranging from "Trial of the Incredible Hulk" to "Age of Ultron."
A new report reveals what appears to be a halloween costume with a similiar name and design that predates Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's Spider-Man.
Stan Lee is perhaps the closest thing we’ll ever have to continuity between all the Marvel films. The legendary comic book creator has had cameos in just about every single Marvel movie regardless of studio affiliation, including X-Men, The Avengers and Spider-Man. Show More Summary
The star of the upcoming "Gambit" live-action film made a surprise appearance at Comic-Con International -- and made everyone love him forever.
One of the staples of pretty much every single Marvel film, whether they’re from Marvel Studios, 20th Century Fox, Paramount Pictures, Universal Pictures or Sony Pictures, is a cameo from Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee. The man responsible...Show More Summary
Marvel legend Stan Lee teases that he has a 'very different' type of cameo appearance in 'X-Men: Apocalypse' during a recent Comic-Con panel.
Someone raised Channing Tatum with some manners. While everyone else was celebrating a superhero-filled photo with the cast of Wolverine, X-Men: Apocalypse, Deadpool, and Fantastic Four on Saturday night, closing out Fox's Comic-ConShow More Summary