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An "informed rumor" suggests Disney has its sights on the "Guardians of the Galaxy" star to pick up the whip and fedora for a franchise revival.
Director Josh Trank and screenwriter Simon Kinberg talk rumors and influences, and reveal the first official set photos from the Fox production.
San Francisco fans of Marvel’s Kamala Khan have used the hero's image to deface anti-Islamic ads throughout the city's bus system.
Try your hand at defeating a Titan when the wildly popular manga and anime joins forces with the wildly popular free-to-play MMORPG.
"Batman Beyond" writer Adam Beechen is selling one of Breyfogle's covers to help the artist recover from a stroke.
Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch get the snub as the rest of the Avengers Assemble in Pop Vinyl! figure form.
In addition to the building sets, LEGO and Warner Bros. Animation plan a Scooby-Doo television special, followed by made-for-video movies.
The sculpture of an overly friendly neighborhood Spider-Man removed from a shopping center following complaints has found a happy home: on the side of a hospital.
“Attack on Titan The Real” doesn’t officially open until Friday, but Universal offered a preview of the blockbuster manga and anime-based attraction.
The actor, who co-wrote "Shaun of the Dead," "Hot Fuzz" and "The World’s End," will work with "Dark Blue" creator Doug Jung on the screenplay.
The "Nightcrawler" star has reportedly passed on the role of Rick Flag following the departure of Tom Hardy from Warner Bros.' supervillain team-up movie.
The sci-fi drama is an ambitious adaptation of Kim Stanley Robinson's acclaimed trilogy about man's attempt to terraform and colonize Mars.
Brian Michael Bendis appeared on "Late Night with Seth Meyers," discussing Marvel’s big "Secret Wars" event, stumbling into his first comic store job and more.
The announcement of the nominees for the 26th GLAAD Media Awards held some surprises, including, for the first time ever, no nods for any DC titles.
Following his Kpop video debut yesterday, take a look at one of Stan Lee's earliest media appearance on a 1970 episode of "To Tell the Truth."
Publisher Dan Buckley dismissed any assertion there’s a conscious effort to align continuity between Marvel's various media projects
Long after virtually everyone else, the filmmaker finally caught the 88-second teaser for the J.J. Abrams film. But what did he think about it?
From 1989's "Trial of the Incredible Hulk" to next week's "Agent Carter," Lee's cameos are the stuff of legend; this is perhaps the most unexpected.
DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan DiDio has revealed some of the characters originally slated to fall victim to 2005-2006 event series "Infinite Crisis."
"Minecraft" is the latest world for Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie to conquer, joining the game as downloadable content in February.