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Iron Fist actress Jessica Henwick reveals that her Game of Thrones co-star Finn Jones sneakily helped her rehearse for her Colleen Wing audition.
The latest set photos from Marvel/Netflix’s The Punisher show Jon Bernthal as the title character, sporting a shaved head and bushy beard.
New photos from the set of Game of Thrones season 7 reveal that a highly-anticipated alliance between two major characters is on the horizon.
A new video breaks down how effects, stunt and editing teams created Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D’s latest eye-catching action sequence.
AT&T sets in motion a massive takeover bid for Time Warner, potentially acquiring control of Warner Bros, DC Comics and more.
Steve Dillon, the talented artist behind such comic book titles as Hellblazer, Preacher and The Punisher, passes away at 54.
Speaking at PaleyFest, Gotham stars Robin Lord Taylor and Cory Michael Smith offer their thoughts on the relationship between Penguin and Riddler.
Supergirl producer Andrew Kreisberg teases the fate of Jeremiah Danvers – played by former Superman actor Dean Cain – and what Cadmus has done to him.
Jessica Jones showrunner Melissa Rosenberg reveals plans to hire entirely female directors for the Marvel Netflix series’ second season.
Arrow producers have teased a treasure trove of comic easter eggs regarding Adrian Chase and his Vigilante alter-ego in the seventh episode.
New clips from the upcoming episode of Supergirl introduce Miss Martian (Sharon Leal) and the President of the United States (Lynda Carter).
FX releases two new promos for X-Men series, Legion, revealing more of David Haller’s powers and his tenuous grip on reality.
The Walking Dead star Norman Reedus discusses the difficulty in saying goodbye to fallen characters, and the actors behind them.
Former WWE Superstar and current Hollywood megastar, Dwayne Johnson teams up with Will Ferrell to produce an hourlong wrestling comedy on Fox.
Marvel Studios head honcho Kevin Feige gives yet another reason why Marvel/Netflix TV shows are unlikely to crossover with MCU movies.
Video from the set of Game of Thrones shows an important meeting and set reports further confirm a major character’s return.