Inside sources address the rumor that Marvel Studios may cancel the Inhumans movie and claim that it’s still in development.
Producer James Tucker says DC Entertainment has given permission for an animated adaptation of Batman comic The Killing Joke to be R rated
Spider-Man reboot director Jon Watts discusses which comic books are inspiring his solo wall crawler outing – teasing a heavy dose of ‘Ultimate.’
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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. star Clark Gregg and Marvel TV boss Jeph Loeb discuss the future of TV-movie crossovers and Coulson appearing on Netflix.
Hasbro has announced the Transformers comics, show and video games will all tie into the upcoming Prime Wars Trilogy.
Amidst confirmation that the PS4 will receive a price drop, Xbox chief Phil Spencer said he doesn’t know if the Xbox can close the gap with Sony.
The Strain writer-producers Carlton Cuse and Chuck Hogan discuss season 2’s shocking death and the dark days ahead in season 3.
The Guardians of the Galaxy animated series has just been renewed for season 2 on Disney XD with production already underway.
Dark Horse Comics is launching tie-in comics and graphic novels for James Cameron’s Avatar, Aliens, and How to Train Your Dragon.
Marvel announced new cast members for Agent Carter season 2, including villain Madame Masque and Edwin Jarvis’ wife, Ana.
According to new reports out of New York Comic-Con, Marvel Studios may have removed Inhumans from the Phase 3 film slate.
The New York Comic-Con 2015 poster for Netflix’s Jessica Jones reveals the location of Alias Investigations – but what does it mean?
Disney has tapped Kelly Marcel (Fifty Shades of Grey) to pen a live-action Cruella de Vil movie, potentially for a 2017 release.
The Expendables 4 has secured investment from Shanghai Kuailu Investment Group, allowing for production to begin in 2016.
R.L. Stine’s popular YA horror book series Fear Street may be headed to the big screen, in a deal with 20th Century Fox and Chernin Entertainment.
Josh Brolin, George Clooney, and many more appear in the trailer for Hail, Casesar!, the upcoming Coen Brothers Golden Age Hollywood satire.