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Tom Holland, Zendaya, and Jake Gyllenhaal stopped by Children’s Hospital Los Angeles to meet a few young fans who caught an early screening of Spider-Man: Far From Home.
Anthony and Joe Russo take the opportunity to clear up some lingering questions about Gamora and Captain America.
DC may be pushing Vertigo Comics into the sunset, but its lasting legacy of eccentric creations will forever be celebrated.
One month later, DC Universe still hasn’t adequately explained why Swamp Thing was cancelled, and what it means for the future.
30 years ago, Tim Burton brought Batman and the Joker to life on the big screen, and proved that superhero films could be blockbusters.
Avengers: Endgame’s re-release has one given Marvel Studios another chance to beat Avatar’s worldwide box office record.
In the wake of Mouse Guard’s cancellation, director Wes Ball has shared nearly 10 minutes of test footage as well as a tour of the film’s production offices.
Tom Holland, Zendaya, and Jacob Batalon explain how the teenagers of the MCU are coming to grips with the Decimation’s reversal in Spider-Man: Far From Home.
We’re celebrating the release of Men in Black: International by digging into the original films and the animated series.
We’re taking a look back at the long and storied history of Marvel’s master of illusions, Mysterio.
Sarah Connor and the T-800 are getting new action figures based on the upcoming sequel, Terminator: Dark Fate.
The trend of “Straight White Male” cuts of widely beloved and increasingly inclusive films strikes again with its most asinine example to date.
A new teaser for the forthcoming CW series suggests that Batwoman’s human alter ego isn’t afraid to stand up to authority.
The new episode airs on June 16
Ahead of E3, fans received a glimpse of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order as Cal Kestis accepts a mission on the Wookie homeworld.
The third and final season will begin streaming on June 14
It’s been a long, strange, constantly rebooted road
The sequel soars into theaters on July 2.
Before she became Captain Marvel, Carol Danvers/Vers had a fairly friendly connection with her teammates in a lost moment from the movie.
Alicia introduces herself to two new survivors by kicking zombie ass in an advance scene from Fear the Walking Dead’s fifth season premiere.