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Articles by Daniel Ricwulf
Details about filming on Season 7 of Game of Thrones offer us some hints at the direction that future alliances might take.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find them is hitting IMAX theaters and a new poster and featurette have arrived to celebrate.
Billy Ray is adapting the Don Quixote for the big screen, with the hope of matching the fantastical style of Pirates of the Caribbean.
Doctor Strange director Scott Derrickson confirms that Tilda Swinton was the prototype for the cinematic version of The Ancient One from the start.
Jon Bernthal's Frank Castle rescues a man from a potentially deadly fall in these set photos from the set of The Punisher.
Overwatch is celebrating the holiday season with new skins, items, and an all new co-op siege versus an army of zombie omnics.
The actor who played Jimmy Olsen in the 1978 Superman film is rumored to have a small role in the upcoming Justice League.
Lewis Tan is the villainous Zhou Cheng in Marvel's Iron Fist, but the actor initially tried out for the role of Danny Rand.
Actor Jason Momoa, Justice League's Aquaman, bids adieu to the training location that kept him in superhero shape for the film.
Marvel's smallest heroes, Ant-Man and the Wasp, are set to get their own tiny show next year, with a series of animated shorts.
Danny Rand shows off his martial art skills on the cover of a comic that will serve as a prequel to the Iron Fist Netflix series.
Enchantress, Katana, and Incubus could have looked very different than they did in the Suicide Squad we saw in theaters.
Will Season 4 be the end of Sherlock? Benedict Cumberbatch discusses where the upcoming episodes will leave the famous detective.
In celebration of Luke Cage's premiere, Marvel releases the original song 'Bulletproof Love', featuring Method Man, online.
Nick Fury himself, Samuel L. Jackson thinks there is room for both Marvel and DC superhero movies to succeed in Hollywood.