Margot Robbie and Elizabeth Banks are teaming up to produce The Paper Bag Princess, a genre-subverting fairytale based on Robert Munsch's book.
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Chantal Thuy (Matador) is playing the DC Comics character Grace Choi in The CW's upcoming television series, Black Lightning.
The Porgs continue to invade our world, as Hasbro announces some adorable figurine tie-ins for Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
Before you watch Thor: Ragnarok, wise up on how it connects to the Guardians of the Galaxy movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Mark Ruffalo praises the Russo brothers, saying that the Avengers 3 & 4 directors have delivered something 'funny, moving and epic'.
Sesame Street points its parody skills at Stranger Things, with its felt-covered characters heading to the mysterious Upside Down.
Daredevil's season 1 showrunner, Steven S. DeKnight, says he wants to see a six-part TV miniseries about Wilson Fisk/Kingpin.
Legendary voice actor (and Star Wars star) Mark Hamill voices every character (including, The Joker and Trickster) in this Justice League Action clip.
Reddit uncovers the greatest Eleven from Stranger Things cosplay ever photographed, with one user posting a photo of their buddy in costume.
John Wick co-director David Leitch isn't slacking off when it comes to Deadpool 2's action scenes, Josh Brolin has revealed.
Barry Allen's return from the Speed Force in season 4 of The Flash brought about some unforeseen consequences, including new metahumans.
Big Little Lies and Vinyl alum P.J. Byrne has signed up for a role in Syfy's Tremors TV show, which will bring back Kevin Bacon but reboot the rest.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. star Natalia Cordova-Buckley lends her voice to Frida Kahlo in Disney/Pixar's latest animated film, Coco.
CBS has confirmed that streaming series Star Trek: Discovery, which has boosted subscription numbers, has been renewed for a second season.
Thor: Ragnarok star Tessa Thompson confirms that her character, Valkyrie, is the first LGBT character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Sesame Street does its own parody of the hit show, The Walking Dead, with Cookie Monster playing the role of Rick Grimes.