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The core cast from Daryl and Rick to Carol and Morgan continue to fight for Alexandria in the latest pics from the season premier.
The former King of Westeros admits that finding the answers to the show's sexual assault problem aren't easy, but please don't ask him about Jon Snow.
Marvel's little hero that could stayed strong in its second weekend as Adam Sandler's video game adventure flopped.
A new collection of the 1978 "Black Lightning" comic could be step one to more work with the character and from his creator.
Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso is hinting that T'Challa will be back as part of a wave of more diverse characters and talent.
New Marvel characters are on the edge of making a debut as "Supergirl" and "The Flash" show off behind-the-scenes videos.
All six of the films in George Lucas' Star Wars saga will get the picture book treatment from the venerable kids book brand.
New players join Robert Kirkman's "Walking Dead" companion series while Peyton Reed discusses his plans for "Ant-Man 2" as Marvel preps "Civil War."
A Mafioso’s wife, a killer’s doctor daughter, Moneypenny and more join Daniel Craig in the 24th James Bond franchise film.
A clean look at the ancient Egyptian mutant, talk of Comic-Con footage leaks, new plans for the supporting players of the Marvel Cinematic U and more.
The director of the acclaimed civil rights film couldn't commit to the long contract and tight studio control to bring "Black Panther" to theaters.
An ex-flame of Jimmy Olsen and a superhero candidate in her own right will be joining the CBS drama this fall.
The former spotlight for Batman, Superman and Bugs Bunny will no longer grace the Warner Bros. Studio Lot.
The Fantastic Four explore paths not taken, Bruce Campbell weighs in on "Batman v Superman" and "X-Men: Apocalypse" welcomes new threats.
It's not putting up "Guardians of the Galaxy" numbers, but "Ant-Man" is off to a strong start in the weekend box office.
The diminutive LEGO Owen battles raptors everywhere from the Eiffel Tower to Buckingham Palace and beyond.
The franchise-happy network hopes that crossing the two crime dramas will keep both off the bubble moving forward.
A less crazy, more grounded vigilante will be mixing it up with the Ninja Turtles in their film sequel.
The leaders of the newly West Coast powerhouse reveal some last minute announcements featuring Batman, Aquaman and the British Avengers.
Executive producer Bryan Fuller has hopes for more "Hannibal" even on the small screen if the show's stars can find time in their schedule.