Johns & Frank Aim for 'Surprising and New' in Latest "Batman: Earth One" Volume
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As DC Entertainment continues to staff its Burbank, California, headquarters, prolific writer Jamie S. Rich announced he’s been hired by the DC Comics imprint.
In a shocking turn of events, Springfield, Illinois, has welcomed Cobra advance troops with open arms.
A dub of the latest "Avengers: Age of Ultron" trailer that replaces James Spader's voice with a child's doesn't make the film’s homicidal robot any less creepy.
Marvel and Disney hope to reach a broader audience with the sequel, which means more items that appeal to women and fans of individual Avengers.
Stars Grace Helbig and Hannah Hart are revealed in costume in the webseries remake of the 1970s Sid and Marty Krofft children’s show.
Marvel is making a major push into the small-appliance market with products ranging from an Avengers waffle maker to an Iron Man mini-fridge.
It's probably safe to assume director Zack Snyder's "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" will be darker than this animated parody trailer.
Watch Superman, Wonder Woman, Neo, Spider-Man, Hermione Granger and more clash in a no-holds, and no-powers, barred soccer match
“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.”
The filmmaker, whose "Alice in Wonderland" grossed more than $1 billion, is developing a remake of the 1941 animated classic.
Congressman Lewis and Jon Stewart discussed the 50th anniversary of "Bloody Sunday," and Lewis' memoir of the civil rights movement "March."
Joining the super-cute Avengers line-up are Hawkeye, Black Widow and more, but no Scarlet Witch or Quicksilver -- yet.
Amy Poehler, Bill Hader, Mindy Kaling, Lewis Black and Phyllis Smith voice the emotions of a young girl in the upcoming animated comedy.
Arriving in Japanese theaters June 27, the second film compiles episodes 14-25 on the hit anime series.
The upcoming disaster film pits The Rock and Carla Gugino against a massive earthquake that devastates California.
Out of today’s big Apple event emerges the latest trailer for the fifth season of HBO’s hit fantasy drama.
In addition to Paul Feig’s female-led film, the studio has enlisted the Russo brothers, Drew Pearce and Channing Tatum for an action-comedy based on the 1984 classic.
The "Xena" star will play a mysterious woman who thinks Ash is the source of the recent Evil outbreaks in the Starz series.
The nine-time Emmy winner, who developed "The Simpsons" with Matt Groening and James L. Brooks, was 59.
This April, Osaka-based OGK Kabuto will roll out "BOB-Z AOT: Attack on Titan," based on its own popular street jet helmet line.