Aquaman actor Patrick Wilson, who played Arthur Curry's half-brother Orm aka Ocean Master, confirms the villain will return in Aquaman 2.
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A new Star Trek: Short Treks trailer sees the return of Discovery's Captain Pike, locked in the Enterprise' brig as a rescue mission is undertaken.
The co-director of Finding Jack, the film to feature James Dean resurrected by CGI, has defended himself against the backlash of the casting decision.
Terminator: Dark Fate is on track to lose $120 million after bombing at the box office, putting the future of the franchise in limbo.
Jonathan Frakes has expressed interest in portraying an alien on The Orville, one in “full regalia” that will render him unrecognizable.
An image has been released from upcoming Wonder Woman title Dead Earth, seeing Diana battling a horde of monsters on a post-apocalyptic Earth.
Lin-Manuel Miranda has cast Andrew Garfield in his film version of Tick, Tick... Boom!, an autobiographical musical by Rent creator Jonathan Larson.
An upcoming Simpsons episode will tackle spoiler culture, featuring Bart seeing a superhero film early and threaten to spoil it to get what he wants
New fan art portrays Henry Cavill as superhero the Sentry, the memory of whom was erased from the world, reemerging when his nemesis the Void returns.
Duncan Jones' Rogue Trooper, an adaptation of the military sci-fi comic strip of the same name, now has a script and production is moving forward.
Production on Netflix's live-action Cowboy Bebop TV series halts for seven to nine months due to John Cho being injured on set and requiring surgery.
Set photos from Amazon's The Boys season 2 offer the first look at Aya Cash as Stormfront, a new addition to the superhero team The Seven.
Web comics portal Webtoon and anime streaming service Crunchyroll will produce new animated series based on the former's vast library of content.
Doug Liman, the director of sci-fi action movie Edge of Tomorrow, is interested in directing a sequel if the production of one comes together.
Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, the writers of each Deadpool and Zombieland movie, suggest a crossover where Deadpool appears in the zombie apocalypse.
Tom Holland reveals he didn't know about Spider-Man: Far From Home's post-credits twist of Nick Fury actually being the Skrull Talos in advance.