Netflix announced their summer line up today, which includes “Jurassic Park,” “The Little Prince,” and an exclusive slate of Marvel and Disney films.
This week we clear up some confusion about how Deadpool connects to Fox’s deal with Marvel for the film rights to the X-Men.
A fascinating look behind the scenes of Lucasfilm draws parallels between the “Star Wars” universe and Marvel’s, with a franchise that could continue for decades more.
The action-movie veteran talked at Comic-Con International about returning to television in the new NBC thriller, and his “favorable discussions” with Marvel about Blade.
The “Thor” and “Punisher: War Zone” veteran talks with SPINOFF about his latest role, starring opposite of Samuel L. Jackson in the action thriller “Big Game.”
The people responsible for crafting a more cohesive, user-friendly “Star Wars”Universe spoke at Celebration VII about taking the franchise into the future while still respecting its past.
But will Disney release the new footage online a little early, following its premiere next month at Star Wars Celebration?
The veteran actor talks with SPINOFF about taking on challenging material while staying young in the midst of a “Glennaissance.”
After discarding the former expanded universe, “Star Wars” will start anew with 20 new novels, including one by written by Greg Rucka. Marvel will also release two tie-ins to “The Force Awakens.”
Marvel’s space adventure, “The Fault in Our Stars” and “Neighbors” dominate the field in this year’s MTV competition.
A shot of a grid plan for the New York City neighborhood is accompanied the words “Destroy and rebuild.”
The actress discusses pursuing the Marvel Studios role, and what makes the character relatable.