Marvel Studios announced three new live-action series for Disney+ during today’s D23 presentation.
Sony is trying to lock down Jon Watts to direct a third Spider-Man movie before Marvel Studios can recruit him for new MCU adventures.
A new reports suggests that the former Game of Thrones star is gearing up to play a leading role in the MCU.
Disney CEO Bob Iger revealed that Ming-Na Wen has joined the cast of Disney+’s upcoming Star Wars live-action series.
The upcoming G.I. Joe spinoff has just drafted Warrior star Andrew Koji to play Storm Shadow.
Todd Phillips’ upcoming Joker spinoff is going to be Rated R for “strong bloody violence, disturbing behavior, language, and brief sexual images.”
Sony is currently looking for a new director to replace Dan Trachtenberg on their long-gestating adaptation of the Uncharted video games.
This fall, Carol Danvers will unleash her inner darkness against her fellow Avengers in a new Captain Marvel storyline.
Slater will join Pedro Pascal, Akira Akbar, and more in Robert Rodriguez’s upcoming superhero film for Netflix.
Later this year, Garth Ennis will make his triumphant to return to Marvel with the first of two planned miniseries headlined by The Punisher.
Contrary to yesterday’s report, Jon Watts isn’t contracted to helm two more Spider-Man movies for Sony.
According to Todd Phillips, he’s game to direct another Joker film…so long as Joaquin Phoenix is willing to return as the Clown Prince of Crime.
A new team of superheroes is set to make a splash on the pages of Marvel Comics this fall…but who exactly is their leader?
Joe and Anthony Russo jokingly claimed that they had hidden Nova in Avengers: Endgame’s final battle.
Both Krypton’s leading man and showrunner have shared their thoughts on SYFY’s recent decision to cancel the series.
While Hayley Atwell will reprise her MCU role on the What If? animated series, she feels that Peggy Carter’s live-action story is over.
The most powerful man in the universe is teaming up with his archenemy in an upcoming miniseries from DC.
The Game of Thrones veterans are still working on their own Star Wars trilogy for Lucasfilm, but they may be scaling back their roles.
According to Rian Johnson, his upcoming series of Star Wars films will utilize an entirely new set of characters.
Thanks to the Batman Who Laughs, six superheroes will become their darkest reflections in an upcoming storyline from DC Comics.
A new summary reveals some interesting new details about Arthur Fleck.