Immortal Hulk, Daredevil, and Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass are among the series that will compete for the comic industry’s major awards.
After working on Rogue One and The Mandalorian, Greig Fraser shares how he transitioned to Denis Villeneuve’s Dune.
Nedry includes an alternate spit-blinded head, as well as his Barbasol gel can with a secret removable bottom.
The Suicide Squad director argues that Jared Leto’s Joker was reasonably comic book accurate.
The Plague Doctor wants to set St. Petersburg on fire.
In a time that remains facepalm worthy, nobody facepalms like Patrick Stewart.
HBO drops a new trailer for Misha Green, Jordan Peele, and J.J Abrams’ upcoming horror series, Lovecraft Country.
Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter took some time to celebrate the latest batch of graduating high school students.
After announcing plans to reopen, Universal Studios Orlando has released a new video explaining how park employees plan to keep guests safe.
Masters of the Universe Origins will also initially arrive as Walmart exclusives in the US, with possible wider distribution later.
After directing both Prometheus and Alien: Covenant, Ridley Scott is game to helm another Alien prequel film under the right conditions.
“I know that a magazine in Britain has got me in Avatar 2, but I’m not in Avatar 2.”
Each is limited to a run of 3,000.
He thinks the consumer wins at the end of the day.
Following Ruby Rose’s departure from Batwoman, The CW is writing Kate Kane out of the series in favor of introducing a new character to replace her.
Although Damon Lindeloff doesn’t want to return for Watchmen season 2, but he does have some thoughts about how the first season ended.
Pattinson learned about his Bruce Wayne casting right as he was gearing up to work with another veteran of the Batman franchise.
Producer Jon Landau has announced that Avatar 2 will resume filming after a brief period of self-quarantining.
“You guys have done 82 episodes? Seriously? When?”
Stargirl Episode 1.05 hits DC Universe on Monday, June 15, and will debut on The CW on Tuesday, June 16.
Patty Jenkins isn’t planning on having Diana and Barbara Ann Minerva fall for each other anytime soon.