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When “Super Power Beat Down” first pitted Darth Vader against Batman in a battle aboard the Death Star, some fans weren’t at all pleased with the results.
Someone has found a way to make the trailer's most epic moment even more epic … by inserting Spider-Man
Fans elated by the touching final scene of "The Legend of Korra" may find themselves tearing up a little at this painting by co-creator Bryan Konietzko.
Beating Spider-Man and Captain America to the punch, Wolverine and Thor staged their own epic on-screen crossover.
Adi Shankar offers a crash course in film finance to explain what it would take to get "Dredd 2" made. Short answer: a lot.
Pixar President Jim Morris reveals the upcoming film will be a romantic comedy that won't focus as much on toy-children interactions.
Despite some initial concerns among fans, it turns out Funko will release a Black Widow figure as part of the "Age of Ultron" Pop! Vinyl series.
The actress, who will reprise her iconic role as Ellen Ripley, assures, "I can’t think of a better director."
Measuring 8 feet wide by 13 feet tall and weighing about 1,900 pounds, the display was constructed using more than a half-million bricks.
The “Star Trek” actor will guest star as a patient of Dr. Bedelia Du Maurier in the upcoming third season of the NBC thriller.
Executive Producer Andrew Kreisberg announced the first day of production with a shot of a clapperboard sporting the familiar comic-book logo.
Marvel's space adventure, "The Fault in Our Stars" and "Neighbors" dominate the field in this year's fan awards.
A Columbia Pictures executive has revealed what appears to be concept art of He-Man’s faithful companion from the planned live-action adaptation.
The "Teen Wolf" and "Maze Runner" star reveals that while, "Professionally, I haven’t heard anything about it," he's always wanted to play Peter Parker.
A new fan film imagines what Marvel's mutants might look like through the lens of the director of "The Grand Budapest Hotel" and "Moonrise Kingdom."
If you’ve been wishing that Jake, Finn and the rest of the "Adventure Time" crew would make the leap to LEGO, this may be your chance.
The “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” star will lend her voice to an unidentified character in the second season of the Disney XD series.
The fan-favorite comedy puts any concerns to rest with a trailer that assures, “Everything is new, but nothing has Chang'ed.”
A voicemail from a child upset about cutting "Garfield," "Peanuts" and more started out pleasant enough, but soon devolved into a chorus of insults.
GamingCorps and Skybound plan a tie-in set in the same world as the sci-fi thriller starring Norman Reedus and Djimon Hounsou.