Any MCU fan who didn't get enough of Goose the Cat in the Captain Marvel trailer can spend an hour streaming with Carol Danvers' furry sidekick.
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Melissa Rosenberg, showrunner for Netflix's Jessica Jones, teases that fans may not have seen the last of Kilgrave, who may yet return for season 3.
A sneak peak for Disney/Tim Burton's live-action retelling of Dumbo has everybody's favorite elephant showing off his impressive flying skills.
Fans of The Walking Dead can watch the midseason premiere a week early, on Super Bowl Sunday, provided they have access to AMC Premiere.
Luke Cage star Mike Colter isn't sure if the show is cancelled for good or may return at some later date, but he's all for season 3 should it happen.
Hulu's limited Veronica Mars revival adds a new face to its cast, hiring America Vandal alum Tyler Alvarez to play antagonist Juan-Diego De La Cruz.
Krypton actor Cameron Cuffe tweets an interesting description of season 2 villain Lobo, calling him a combination of Joker and Wolverine.
Funko Pop! may be expanding into the movie industry with a feature film which could include the first movie crossover between DC and Marvel.
Anne Hathaway reveals that a script for a third Princess Diaries movie is in the works nearly fifteen years after the sequel's release.
BioWare is making their upcoming Anthem more like Destiny at the request of players, and the results seem to be successful based on first impressions.
Fans are speculating that Bethesda's Fallout 76 will soon become free-to-play, upsetting customers, but the developer says the rumor isn't true.
Following a settled lawsuit between Bethesda and Behavior Interactive, Behavior is shutting down their Fallout Shelter ripoff, Westworld.
Universal Pictures decides to change the release date of Happy Death Day 2U, following a request from the parent of a Parkland shooting victim.
After the Bird Box Challenge resulted in a car crash, the Portland Police Department issue a warning against the dangerous viral trend.
Rapper Soulja Boy is taking the gaming consoles off his website following a threat of litigation by Nintendo, possibly hinting a lawsuit's coming.
Puppet master Frank Oz responds to the YouTube video of Grover allegedly dropping the F-bomb and confirms that no, the puppet didn't curse.