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Phil Lord and Christopher Miller will direct a Star Wars spinoff film focused on a young Han Solo and scheduled for release in 2018.
The adaptation of Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez's horror comic will also feature the voices of Kate Mulgrew and Haley Joel Osment.
In collaboration with Surge Licensing, Inc., Dynamite Entertainment is introducing a new MMA superhero this November in a four-issue series.
Fox may want Bryan Singer to direct "FF2" and a FF/X-Men film; Chris Pine could be in "Green Lantern" or "Wonder Woman" and more.
The actor may not be Tony Stark rich, but he's getting there thanks to his "Avengers: Age of Ultron" and "Captain America: Civil War" earnings.
Many of Marvel's fan favorite characters are popping up in new places -- and a lot of A-List heroes are nowhere to be seen.
Charlie Cox and Elden Henson can be seen walking New York City's streets in these new candid shots.
A new deal will see Dynamite creating new comics and graphic novels based on Atari properties as well as reprint old stories.
The Top Cow property will arrive on the digital comic service with new installments written by Matt Hawkins.
Hayley Atwell says Dominic Cooper will play Howard Stark again; Bryan Singer speaks to "X-Men: Apocalypse's" importance and more.
Metamorpho, Raven and Katana are among the characters that will return to the spotlight in 2016.
A new promo for the "Walking Dead" spinoff features a fun summer activity on the verge of being spoiled by a familiar, shambling threat.
Additionally, a new Denny's commercial offers first glimpse of the rebooted Thing's comic-inspired personality.
The Merc with a Mouth gets in a dig at Ryan Reynolds on the cover of "EW's" special Comic-Con International edition.
The rat Jared Leto gave Margot Robbie now lives with a famous director; Channing Tatum says he's bulking down for "Gambit" and more.
The "Scott Pilgrim" creator will next chronicle the adventures of a fashion blogger struggling to achieve perfection IRL.
Greg Rucka and Nicola Scott announced that the long in development series will debut at Image this October.
The Kickstarter-backed series, which writer Steve Orlando describes as "queersploitation," will now be published by Image Comics.
"Iron Fist: The Living Weapon" creator Kaare Andrews reveals what made him finally go the creator-owned route.
Joe Keatinge will take on the world of professional wrestling with a new Image series featuring art by newcomer Nick Barber.