Paul Bettany Talks "Age of Ultron," Working with James Spader & More
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Director Coulson and company regain their focus with a spy vs spy episode that sees uneasy alliances form in the hunt for Skye.
There’s blood and deformity aplenty in the latest episode, but there’s also very little payoff as things drag their way towards the finale.
From Reed and Sue to Ben and Johnny, the cast of Fox's "Fantastic Four" get their own spotlight in the latest trailer.
Lord Vader attacks as characters from the fan-favorite "Clone Wars" join the new season of Disney XD’s "Rebels."
Skottie Young helps the Ultimate Universe architect take a victory lap as the world-ending series awaits ahead.
William Stout’s original Ramones-starring illustration can be yours if you have a few extra grand laying around.
It's a war of trailers as George Lucas talks about his Star Wars and Howard the Duck past while Brad Bird teases "The Incredibles 2."
The ADHD comic adaptation returns on FXX with the draining of Atlantis, a six-armed bear and more animated insanity.
The future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is shaping up as Warner Bros. gets set for its own world with "Superman v Batman" and "Wonder Woman."
Marvel’s network drama falls back on one of the worst tropes in genre TV to flesh out Agent May’s tragic backstory.
The DC dramas of many networks prep their final episodes with guest stars, secrets and surprises while Marvel is all about building a "Civil War."
Bruce Wayne considers murder while Jim Gordon stalks a creepy serial killer in the opening salvo of "Gotham’s" finale run.
It's armor versus android in new "Avengers: Age of Ultro" footage, Affleck rides high in "Batman v Superman" and more news from all over.
With the character's entrance into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the Marvel Studios head hopes to cover ground not seen in five Spider-Man films.
For the monster hunting story "Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them," Warner Bros. wants the Oscar-winner on board.
A wave of new footage and info on the biggest comic book TV shows arrive alongside the latest look at "Avengers: Age of Ultron."
An all-female Justice League and a Suicide Squad built on heavy hitters are only two of the changes Frank Tieri brings to DC's "Convergence."
Both the new S.H.I.E.L.D. and the new Inhumans work to break Coulson's team apart even as he calls in reinforcements from Marvel's cyborg anti-hero.
The writer explains to CBR how he's upsetting expectations for a classic superhero story, and shares an exclusive look at all-new designs by Frank Quitely.
After questions were raised about whether Marvel mutants would spinoff like their movie counterparts, the E-i-C clarifies the future of the X-Men.