Nathan Fillion will reunite with director James Gunn for a mystery role in The Suicide Squad.
Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur gets an animated series at Disney Channel, with Laurence Fishburne set to executive produce.
At D23, Tom Holland and Kevin Feige share gracious responses to the acrimonious Spider-Man split between Disney and Sony.
The team behind Marvel’s Spider-Man animated series gave fans at D23 an advance look at the new season, Maximum Venom.
Fans at D23 got to see exclusive footage from The Rise of Skywalker, as Lucasfilm debuts a brand new poster from the next Star Wars.
At D23, Marvel Studios officially introduced two more stars of The Eternals movie: Kit Harington and Gemma Chan!
Disney and ABC dropped the first look at the final season of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. at D23.
At D23. Lucasfilm tells fans that the revival of Star Wars: The Clone Wars is just a few months away on Disney+.
After nearly 15 years, Ewan McGregor will finally get to wear his Jedi robes again in Disney+’s Obi-Wan Kenobi original series.
He may not be Boba Fett, but the Mandalorian always gets his man in this advance look at the Star Wars live-action series.
WandaVision picks up two MCU veterans, as Kat Dennings and Randall Park reprise their respective roles from Thor and Ant-Man and the Wasp.
Marvel Studios announced three new live-action series for Disney+ during today’s D23 presentation.
Russell will play John Walker aka U.S. Agent, while Emily VanCamp will officially return as Sharon Carter in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.
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.
EA’s multiplayer Star Wars game continues to live on, with new DLC content that will tie-in with The Rise of Skywalker and more.
Ahead of D23’s big TV panel, word emerges that Marvel Studios is working on a Ms. Marvel live-action series for Disney+.
Disney CEO Bob Iger revealed that Ming-Na Wen has joined the cast of Disney+’s upcoming Star Wars live-action series.
The publisher has big plans for the superhero-laden adventure, with downloadable support and cosmetics for “years to come.”
According to Favreau, the legendary bounty hunter won’t cross paths with The Mandalorian in the upcoming Disney+ series.