A new player has entered the Marvel Television arena. Read on to find out who's been cast, and what this means for Luke Cage's future.
Details have been light on what to expect from Ezra Miller’s cinematic Flash, but now we may have information on the costume he’ll be wearing in the DC Extended Universe
When Edgar Wright walked away from directing Ant-Man, he cited "creative differences," but now thanks to a new report, we have a better idea of what some of these differences were.
Marvel Studios may not have another movie coming out until next May, but things are very busy behind the scenes right now.
Luke Cage is still a ways off from airing on Netflix, but the show’s cast is slowly coming together. Now this Sons of Anarchy star will be joining Mike Colter and Alfre Woodard in the main cast, and it sounds like he'll be playing someone who has a bone to pick with the titular hero.
Spielberg's comments likely are accurate, and it’s more a matter of when the cycle will slow down, rather than “if” it will ever decrease in speed. What do you think? Are superhero movies on borrowed time? Or do we have decades of great stories still to come? Weigh in
This past July at San Diego Comic-Con, Stan Lee revealed that his cameo in X-Men: Apocalypse will be unique compared to his previous ones, and now we know why.
Based on just its basic superhero premise, CBS’ Supergirl is definitely not lacking in the powerful characters department, but the show just keeps adding them anyway. At least now we have another human being to add to the mix, General Sam Lane.
Inherent Vice star and self-proclaimed Oscar hater Joaquin Phoenix was considered for a role in Marvel’s Doctor Strange. By now you hopefully know that the part ultimately went to Benedict Cumberbatch, and Phoenix is totally fine with that. In fact, he says he’d rather stay away from all of those Marvel movies, and even the upcoming slate of Star Wars films.
Josh Trank, Fox and the cast all took a beating in the weeks following the film’s release, with many believing that something dubious happened behind the scenes to doom the picture (no pun intended) before it even opened. But Stan Lee has a much simpler reason for the movie’s failure, as he explains.
Even though there are currently no plans for Supergirl to cross over with Arrow and The Flash, the upcoming CBS series isn’t leaving the Girl of Steel in a world without other DC superheroes. Now we know who will be playing Red Tornado in the series, though there is, of course, a twist.
Before we fully turn the calendar’s page to September, though, we want to digest everything that happened these past few months. There have been surprises (both good and bad), and lessons learned by the industry and its patrons. Who are summer’s biggest Winners and Losers?
In retrospect, the Amazing Spider-Man turned out to be a failed experiment. It turned out that people weren’t really interested in seeing a rebooted version of the wall-crawler so soon after Sam Raimi’s trilogy, and to make matters worse the two movies are mediocre at best.
If you’ve been following Oscar Isaac’s interviews, it’s clear that the man takes his craft seriously, but his latest quotes prove just how smart he actually is when it comes to understanding his projects.
While there are curious developments in store for Zod’s corpse in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, now actor Michael Shannon has some bizarre things to say about his actual involvement with the film.
“I was never Spider-Man.” So says Andrew Garfield. Whether or not you believe Garfield was a poor choice for the character, the actor spoke out about his time in the role and think she failed in many ways.
Casting chops and changes are made on a regular basis. But which films were drastically altered because of the departure of their A-list leading man? Have a gander inside to see.
Wonder Woman is just about all set to go in front of cameras. It has a star (Gal Gadot), a director (Patty Jenkins), a screenplay (by Jason Fuchs), and now it looks like it has an exotic location.
A new rumor suggests that while Tony won’t be fitting Peter for a new costume in Captain America: Civil War, he will give the teenage superhero something equally important.
As The Flash Season 2 races towards our televisions, the show hadn’t really given viewers a very good idea of what to expect from this season’s big bad Zoom. But now we know what he'll be like, as well as the horror icon that will be playing him.
Comic book artist Jack Kirby apparently came up with The Hulk not from the character’s anger issues or bizarre appearance, but from what someone can accomplish when forced into action.
As Andrew Garfield notes, none of this was meant to be, and Marvel will now preside over the next Spider-Man movie, with Tom Holland in the role. I would love to have notes from Marc Webb about what he wanted in The Amazing Spider-Man 3, but for now, it will remain an unfinished story.
Both Thor: Ragnarok and Captain Marvel are being considered for filming in a place the Marvel films haven’t visited yet: Australia.
Though ratings are rarely the best way to determine a show’s specific impact on society at large, each year’s top-rated shows often lack a surprising number of much-talked-about series, and here are 7 shows whose fame was far more prevalent by word-of-mouth over eyes-on-screens.
While Oliver Queen is fighting criminals in Star City during Arrow Season 4, his flashback self will be spending time in a place familiar to Green Lantern fans. Check out the confirmation after the jump.
It was reported that actor Mads Mikkelsen is in early talks to join Doctor Strange, and word has it he might be a villain. Here are our top five contenders for the antagonist he may end up playing in the 2016 blockbuster.
After expressing her desire to play Captain Marvel in the upcoming Marvel movie, Ronda Rousey is getting her chance to play the strongwoman with half-Kree, half-human DNA. The sad part, though, is that it’s not at all what she had in mind.
Andrew Garfield's tenure playing the webslinging Peter Parker is over - but what you may not know is that he had been fighting for some kind of Marvel Studios team-up long before an actual deal was made.
The Mad Titan Thanos has faced off against numerous heavy-hitters of the Marvel Universe since his first appearance in 1973. With Josh Brolin primed and ready to take on the entire heroic roster of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Avengers: Infinity War, just which hero is he most excited to take on?
Most viewers will agree that The Flash hit the ground running in its first season – pun absolutely intended. The show found its footing early, but one area that continually lagged came in the form of characterization for Iris West.
With a while to wait for the next installation to the Guardians of the Galaxy cinematic universe, Marvel is giving us some goodies to keep us occupied.
The beauty of great film is that it when they end, they often leave room for debate as to what the audience has just witnessed. Seven years after its release, audiences continue to find new and intriguing ways to interpret the events in Christopher Nolan’s Batman epic The Dark Knight.
We love superheroes; they entertain and astound us with their flamboyant personalities, incredible abilities, and feats of bravery. Every so often, an actor comes along whom is just as much of a hero off screen as he is on – like Hugh Jackman.
It turns out that in order for Paul Bettany to become The Vision in Avengers: Age Of Ultron he had to be put through quite the rigmarole on a daily basis.
Fans of The Flash know that basically everything is changing up for Season 2, with the introduction of alternate timelines and multiple Earths and an abundance of new characters. And this new promo really “blue” us away, making us wonder what else is changing.
Production on Suicide Squad has finally wrapped. Which means one thing: everyone involved has gathered together for one hell of a photograph. And it's kind of adorable.
More and more trailers seem to spoil the films that they're supposed to sell, and we have ten really good examples of what you shouldn't do when selling a film.
As many of those great moments as the movie may have, it seems that what will be on the screen will only represent a mere fraction of the witty lines that Ryan Reynolds wound up improving and unleashing on set during production.
We now have our first look at Hawkeye’s new costume from Captain America: Civil War through concept art shown by Jeremy Renner himself. It's way more purple than before.
Nobody enjoys a good mash-up like we do, and this one is for the ages. Donald Trump wants to clean up America, right? Well, if he lived in the comic book world, he would have options beyond running for President in order to make that happen.
Before Michael Keaton made movie history and landed the role of Bruce Wayne in Tim Burton’s Batman, a crop of actors were up for the role. Last year we also found out that James Bond actor Pierce Brosnan was among the names in contention.
A divide is growing in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. We first saw hints of it in The Avengers: Age of Ultron, but by the time May rolls around next year, the comic book movie world will be in full blown Civil War – with Iron Man and Captain America individually leading the two sides.
Mads Mikkelsen has previously had connections to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as he was once in line to play Malekith The Accursed in Alan Taylor's Thor: The Dark World. That deal wound up not working out, with the actor committing himself to the brilliant NBC series Hannibal, but now it looks like the guy might have a second shot at the comic book movie world.
Although a name change might not sound like it means that much, there will be noticeable changes when Oliver Queen becomes the Green Arrow in Arrow Season 4.
Viola Davis recently revealed that she signed on to portray Amanda Waller in three films, which presumably includes Suicide Squad. But which ones?
Apparently, Wonder Woman and the rest of her superhero kind have no place in school — or, at the very least, not in one particular school. An Imgur user posted a series of pics to the photo-sharing platform revealing that the daughter of a friend was banned from bringing her Wonder Woman lunch box into school for the most ridiculous reason.
Earlier this week, the Avengers: Age of Ultron post-credits scene was posted online. As cool as it was to see Thanos put on the Infinity Gauntlet, we have some questions about what precisely went down, and why then.
James Gunn just confirmed that Vin Diesel will reprise his role as Groot, the eight foot tall alien tree with a limited vocabulary, in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, but with only three words in his lexicon, some have wondered why.
Moving into round two, executive producer Danny Cannon recently spoke out to say that Gotham is kicking the storytelling up a notch. Here’s what the show has planned for Season 2.
Little is known about what to expect from the Netflix series Luke Cage at this point, a new but a new report may give us an idea of what we might see on the show, both in terms of the story and some of the important characters that will be appearing.
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