FF Actor Talks About Post-Credit Scenes, KITSCH Has Words About GAMBIT For TATUM, More

"Fantastic Four" poster
Credit: 20th Century Fox

In an interview with MTV at Comic-Con International: San Diego, Fantastic Four actor Jamie Bell revealed that the film would not have a post-credits sequence in the tradition of many comic book and genre films. 

“It does leave the door wide open for a lot of different movies,” said Bell. “I think this movie really focuses on the origins of each character individually, how they get their powers, how they learn to deal with them, how they learn to harness them, how they figure out that they’re all stronger as four than they are as individuals, and kind of that’s where the movie ends. There’s so much more to go from, there. It leaves the door open.”

Watch the entire interview right here:

Fantastic Four hits theaters August 7.


JOSH TRANK Reveals That EL-P Created Music For FANTASTIC FOUR

In other Fantastic Four news, over the weekend director Josh Trank tweeted that producer El-P of hip-hop duo Run The Jewels created an instrumental song for the end credits of the film. 



In an interview with The Daily Beast regarding True Detective, actor Taylor Kitsch spoke about Gambit, a role he originated in X-Men Origins: Wolverine, and which Channing Tatum will take over in an upcoming solo film in 2016. When asked if he had been given a chance to reprise the role before Tatum was cast, Kitsch had this to say.

"Um…no, I didn’t have a go. Ever since we finished the movie, it’s never really been an option. But no, I wish [Channing] nothing but the best. It was a fun character to play, and I learned a lot working with Hugh [Jackman] and had an amazing time in Australia. I’m sure they’re doing their own thing with it, and I’m sure Channing will be great."


MICHAEL KEATON Batsuit And Batmobile Coming To ARKHAM KNIGHT

Polygon is reporting that, come August, season pass holders for Batman: Arkham Knight will be able to ride around Gotham in a batsuit and batmobile inspired by Michael Keaton's classic look from Tim Burton's 1989 Batman film.

Michael Keaton Batman skin from Batman: Arkham Knight
Michael Keaton Batman skin from Batman: Arkham Knight
Credit: Rocksteady Games

Also included in the same skins pack are skins for '90's Catwoman, "One Year Later" Robin, Arkham Origins Batman, classic grey and black Batman, a Neal Adams inspired '70's Batman, and the original Arkham Nightwing skin.

Batman: Arkham Knight skins
Batman: Arkham Knight skins
Credit: Rocksteady Games
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