• "Fantastic Four" stars Michael B. Jordan, Kate Mara

"Fantastic Four" stars Michael B. Jordan, Kate Mara (Photo : YouTube/Jimmy Kimmel Live)

"Fantastic Four" star Michael B. Jordan has a strong message to trolls on the Internet, particularly those who are slamming the decision that a black actor like him was cast as Johnny Storm, who was originally written with blue eyes and blond hair.

In an article he wrote in Entertainment Weekly, Jordan tells the trolls, "Get your head out of the computer. Go outside and walk around. Look at the people walking next to you. Look at your friends' friends and who they're interacting with."

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Jordan ended the article with a message saying, "And just understand this is the world we live in. It's okay to like it."

In the same article, Jordan said an actor cast as a superhero was  not supposed to go on the Internet but he did not want to be ignorant about what people are saying, specifically about his being cast as Johnny Storm in "Fantastic Four."

According to Jordan, it used to bother him that some people are against it but it does not anymore. He said he can see everyone's perspective, and he knows he cannot ask the audience to forget five decades of comic books.

On the other hand, Jordan would like to remind "Fantastic Four" fans that it is already 2015 and the world is a little more diverse now than when the original comic first came out in 1961. Moreover, Stan Lee himself apparently is okay with "Fantastic Four" director's decision to cast a black actor to play Johnny Storm.

Trank also took to Twitter to give his message to the trolls. He tweeted, "People using racist logic to argue that they aren't racist will never cease to amaze me."

Playing Johnny Storm's sister in "Fantastic Four" is a white actor, Kate Mara, who was recently spotted in New York with her cousin John, who works on the Broadway show "Matilda," according to Daily Mail.